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Travel Blogs from Osaka
... of us, which then gave us no leg room. We slept as much as we could and eventually arrived in Osaka at 11:16pm and didn't really know where our hotel was so we hopped into a taxi and in about 5 mins we were at our hotel. It was about 11:30 pm at this point so we were very happy when we saw that there were still people behind the check ...
... you can easily site see from one to the other. On the train we went past the Yamazaki distillery, we'd thought about going but they only take reservations by phone which was proving difficult. Having seen where it is I think you'd be better off visiting ...
... meet them as I'd heard so much about them! We headed into the city to meet her friends at one of the big city stations. Nat had told the girls to choose a spot to eat that they liked. Not all of the girls spoke english but two of them spoke pretty good english so we got by with their translations back and forth. They took us to this really cool place. You had to ride a lift to get there and it was full of little private rooms. Our room was for us ...
... time. On board is a large
hot tub which was closed yesterday due to the rough water but is open
today. I passed the morning soaking,
reading, wandering in and out of doors, writing and studying Chinese. Now I can hardly tell I’m on a boat minus the
purr of the engine below. After not
seeing anything on the horizon all morning, I can now see large islands to the
south but still nothing straight ahead.
The water ...
... pee, or share the sound with their neighbors. And you can forget about poop sounds. So one just turns the artificial water flush sound on, and Voila! Privacy. And if you're reallllly lucky you'll get a heated toilet seat. And since after all this IS Japan, you could basically touch anything anywhere in the bathroom, and it's probably clean.
Observation 2: Order
Japan is what I call a ...