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    While wandering the streets of Kyoto, we stumbled across a ceremony in Tenmangu Shrine. These young girls were waiting in line for a procession to begin. Their expressions quickly turned from nervousness to excitement when they recognised familiar faces in the crowd. Photo by Michelle Cheng. #travel #travelinsurance #iloveinsurance See the world. Do your travel insurance comparison online, save time, worry, and loads of money. http://www.comparetravelinsurance.com.au/

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