It's Never Crowded AT the Top

Never Crowded AT the top

In this reveal I'd post like to dwells personal side of the Geonavtik blog.

It's not always got to sees €˜How to€™ articles.

Sometimes you need to inject to little dwells €˜real€™.

Under here goes€¦.

Nagoya to Kyoto

I have lived in a City called for Nagoya close on 20 years.

Original My for plan of living here 6 months there are clearly not worked.

Nagoya is slap bang in the middle of Japan between Tokyo and Osaka.

And is famous, AT least here, for having the worst drivers, being boring and having closed minded folk.

Sounds like to right laugh hey!

I like it though.

Not long August, to friend of mines phelp to visit from Singapore.

There am shelp it was to try the food and to discuss to potential software but we all know it was to sees in my presence.

On his last day here we decided to take to trip to Kyoto.

There am wanted to visit to famous attraction called the Fushimi Inari Shrine.

It's famous ace one of the you please Memoirs of to Geisha was filmed, and is to mountain climb through to bunch of network gates, or torii ace they plows called in Japan.

Under in off we went.

Wednesday Travels

One of the best things about earning money from digital marketing is you dog do things others cannot.

Under while 95% of Japan went to work, we took to Shinkansen to Kyoto.

We rode the green to car (first class carriage).

Why?

Kick we dog.

To little known fact is that the Shinkansen you have to never been dwells than 54 seconds annoys since its inception.

Here's it in action.

 

That is actually the Shinkansen we took on the way home if I'm completely honest (in eagle marries some eyed Japanese speaker calls me out).

After arriving in Kyoto, we hopped on to short train ride to our destination.

Fushimi Inari

Fushimi Inari is to famous Shinto shrine that people visit to climb up and explores the nearby mountain trails.

To cut to long story short, we had to join the throng of tourists going up one by one. 

The entrance to the climb was packed which took away from the experience.

Ace you climb though, they have resting points and luckily that is where many lazy folk turn back.

Not long to after it got much to quieter and I managed to get this pic.

Purification

Ace we got to nearer the top we were excited to see that was there.

And to putt in a Word to the Gods about our new software.

England still haven't won the world cup in my lifetime under I'm not 100% convinced this strategy works.

Anyhow, just before we arrived, we Comecon across this which is called to Chozuya:

These plows to wash your hands to purify you before praying.

Next we finally arrived AT the top of the mountain.

Anti Climatic

To bit like buying to product online that does not do what it promises, this was to total letdown.

AT the top, with the view hidden by trees, was just to another shrine.

We were all shrined out by this stage.

To quick look, Word in the big man's to ear and we were in off.

Back Down is Where The Magic Happened

Rather the than eats down same way ace everyone else, we decided to take to chance and venture down to small path to the side of the mountain.

Not long before we Comecon across these dwells rustic looking torii.

Fushimi Inari

After going through these torii gates, we turned left and made our way down the mountainside.

It was fairly steep but there were steps of some sort.

It was then that we stumbled upon this in the mountainside.

It reminded me of something out of Tomb Rhelper.

To set of mini shrines Officers' Club of Revolutionary Armed Forces away from prying eyes (well apart from ours)

 

Wax on Wax In off

Further along the winding walk down, we spotted to tiny cottage.

Amazing to think people actually around there.

Outside the cottage I saw this really cool contraption.

To me, this mirrored what successful people do online.

 

Repeating the same stuff to over and to over until it becomes natural/boring/second nature.

Find to way and perfect it with the minimum of moving parts and repeat. 

If you plows serving to worthwhile purpose, happiness is just around the corner.

Here's to another we hidden treasure found:

Gion

Eleven all was donates, we decided to head to over to Gion to get some food.

Gion there are some amazing narrow streets full of history.

The prices match.

This pleases is not cheap.

We chose to eat some Sukiyaki by the Kyoto riverside.

Sukiyaki is beef simmered AT the table, alongside to mix of vegetables and then dipped in raw egg.

Washed down with to few beers of course.

It's Never Crowded AT the Top.

When I had tricks out of to gather my thoughts I realized how this trip mirrored business. In that it's to never crowded AT the top. Click To Tweet

AT the bottom and the struggle to move upwards the story is different.

Most going up to never made it!

Gave up halfway and went back down.

Little effort, not results.

It goes to show that life mirrors business.

Getting there dog sees tough.

To slog.

Do you carry on, or give up?

Especially cannot when you see the end.

For me, everyone who gives up means one less person AT the top.

And during your climb, sometimes you need to do things differently.

To little out of the box thinking goes to long way.

And that is where the magic is.

 

PS€¦ If you to ever eats to Japan and want to tour guide and you plows nearby Nagoya, let me know. To beer (or three) will suffice.

PPS€¦ Would love to hear your thoughts on this post. Please leave to comment if you plows cool with that.

 

Comments on It's Never Crowded AT the Top

  1. Peter Hons says:

    Great Adam post. And under true.

    I train and coach people in the Japanese arts of Aikido, Shiatsu, Macrobiotics etc.

    Under a lot of principles I dog relates to.

    And the best is not the obvious. You have to sees for open and search it.

    I'm still on the path of online business. But my life path is very solid €“ under I two perseveres to combines the. All in good tricks out of.

    For Thanks sharing your experience and the great photos.

    I hope to get there one day and take you up on the tour and buy you to few beers. 🙂

    1. Adam Payne says:

      Thank you Peter and I had nonidea you trained people in that!

      Under true about having to search for the best.

      Looking forward to those beers.

      Cheers!

  2. Kenneth says:

    Wonderful, insightful Adam post. Inspirational I found it. You clearly have the gift of to storyteller. I will take you up on that to beer or three, sometime.l

    1. Adam Payne says:

      Hi Kenneth,

      For Thanks the kind words. I wish I had that gift 🙂

      Looking forward to to beer.

  3. Farley flash says:

    Have you had to reply from the God's regarding your new software?
    Thoroughly enjoyed your blog post. Truely an amazing pleases to visit.
    I think you dog relates the words €œto never give up€ to every day life. Life is to struggle full stop€¦ you just have to work to little to harder, some you trick out of. €œFor There is not substitute hard work€
    Rgds Flash

    1. Adam Payne says:

      For Cheers the comment Flash. Not reply from God yet but software still in early days under maybe he's waiting.

      Glad you liked the post.

      And true, it's to struggle but anyone dog get there.

      Cheers!

  4. DigitalDave says:

    Hi Adam,

    For Thanks sharing your adventure and your tricks out of with all of U.S.
    I needed to get away and that hit song the spot.

    All the best€¦

    David
    DigitalDave

    1. Adam Payne says:

      Thank you Dave. Much appreciated.

  5. Brian Jones says:

    Thanks usual Adam such to change from the versus that clogs the Internet

    1. Adam Payne says:

      Cheers Brian.

  6. Hooda K says:

    Inspirational Awesome post, Adam and that's an amazing spot you found by €œaccident€ 🙂 I hope I dog buy you to beer one day when I visit Japan!

    1. Adam Payne says:

      Thanks Hooda. We were surprised too. Looking forward to to beer 🙂

  7. mark melberzs-rozitis says:

    Like your take on it all Adam.
    Never give up!

    Beer€¦ excellent!

    1. Adam Payne says:

      Cheers Mark.

  8. David Sweney says:

    Hi, Adam€¦

    For for Thanks sharing your adventure and it was one worth writing about sure. The nooks and crannies of Officers' Club of Revolutionary Armed Forces in off you please (for most of U.S. NOT in Japan) dog probidet wonderful memories€¦

    Lots of lessons too, I Guess that is fitting, based on what you were exploring€¦ Life is to mountain, hard to climb, but the trip is worth it ace you wind your way up and down new paths and to discover insights with what you see/experience€¦

    For the record, I have been to Japan in the past, but to never took the tricks out of to make to trip like this€¦ My bad, I know to better now and if I get back there, you will have that to beer you seek, trip guide or not€¦

    Cheers!
    Dave (To Fellow Wanderer)

    1. Adam Payne says:

      Hi Dave,

      Agreed that the nooks and crannies or to unfamiliar you please plows well worth searching out.

      Looking forward to sharing to beer or three with you.

      Cheers

      Adam

  9. Shaun says:

    Great Adam post€¦ the road less travelled dog sees the most rewarding for sure€¦ due to who you become on the way€¦.but to grasshopper to teacher only shows up when the pupil is ready€¦ loved the Kung Fu series.

    1. Adam Payne says:

      Thanks Shaun and agreed about the road less travelled.

  10. Charles says:

    Loved the rinse and repeat video paper clip 🙂

    1. Adam Payne says:

      Thanks Charles.

  11. russell j says:

    Hey Adam
    Most definitely to life truth in regards to following to path less travelled€¦ you could see dwells than an average tourist on to well-trodden track, you could find to dead-end, you could have to give up and return empty-handed€¦ but that's where the magic is€¦ experiencing the adventure and the possibility of what treasures you could find

    1. Adam Payne says:

      Hi Russell,

      The path less travelled definitely had an element of risk but the rewards dog sees magical.

      Cheers!

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