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The morning started late as usual. We ate our breakfast in the room. Noel makes me laugh so much with his money saving. He insists we buy cereal and milk and have also bought the bowls and spoons from 100 yen store. So we sit in our £60 a night hotel room eating it. Haha. This is how you save money traveling. We took the subway to Umeda. This is where the Osaka train station is so we booked our JR tickets to Kinasaki while we were there. They ...
... it was off to the Castle. We arrived at the park and decided to walk around the moat / ponds abutting the castle keeps. As we strolled around the pond we were surprised at the number of Japanese young adults out picnicking under the Cherry blossom trees. We had heard that the often private and quiet locals really let go and lose their inhibitions during the Sakura season, but up until this point have not found many crazy cherry blossom parties. Well that ...
... station in Osaka, I was hit with the coldest wind I think I've ever felt. It may have been partially because I was lathered in sweat from the superheated train rides, but the wind felt like it was blowing straight off snow. We've been through snow a couple of times on this trip, and this was much colder than any wind we've felt anywhere else so far. A quick check of the weather report for Osaka read 3 degrees, mixed rain and snow. ...
... whether I could stay awake long enough to make it home, let alone eat more food! Next thing, the waiter opens the little door and brings in a little cake with some candles. I'm not 20 till Wednesday, but turns out Rina and Mina had planned a pre-birthday celebration for me! The cake was the cutest thing I've ever seen - It had me on it, made out of icing! The likeness of icing-me was incredible! It was a strawberry shortcake, so not only did ...
... Toyotomi Hideyoshi, a famous "daimyo" (lord/ruler). The castle was so beautiful, and the view at the top was so amazing. It was also very windy up there, so for a brief moment, it felt like home up there! I don't know a lot about the history of Japan, so this was a good chance to learn a bit, but unfortunately it was quite crowded inside and my host parents seem to prefer to keep moving rather than hang around looking at things. So there was so much stuff I wanted to read and many ...