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Travel Blogs from Kobe
... tender and well-marbled that it magically dissolves on your tongue, turning into a pool of pure flavour and bliss! Words cannot do it justice - it's a sensation that must be experienced to be believed.
The meat is so rich that you can't eat too much of it, which is a good thing, considering how outrageously expensive Kobe beef is. While I love tucking into a massive t-bone as much as the next guy, this isn't something you'd want to attempt with Kobe beef, as you'd ...
... she is extremely used to
being held in any position. She was
house trained from the start so that was no problem and also very healthy
despite her poor conditions at the shop.
While we love Mustard very much, we ultimately wanted two cats
so they can play together and keep each other company. While running errands before I left I noticed
the shop had another kitten about the same age as Mustard and same ...
... help that we were staying close to the train line, which is where many of the hoard needed to go. It made it a little less painless that we found another Aussie couple to chat to, from Townsville, also over on a holiday. We bid them farewell when we passed their hotel, and kept walking.
By this time it was 10:30pm, and we were all completely cactus. Some simple dinner from a restaurant near the hotel, then back to the hotel and into bed. Long, long day.
... school where they practice the traditional japanese archery. It was very interesting to see how choreographed everything is and how much they need to stay focused. But you wouldn't win against a modern bow, its much less accurate and the arches fly slow.
Next we took a boat cruise through the many canals of Osaka and got a glimpse of the dirty water, some dirty walls and some beautiful buildings and places.
We got off the boat near Dootonbori, ...
... here in Japan. OK, next observation – 99% of pushbikes are girls ones without the metal bar from the seat to the handle bar area that the guys have which is interesting and their bikes have names like Claire and Joan..... no joke, its quite strange seeing a businessman in full suit and tie riding a bike down the street!
Guess what, they drive on the left here in Japan but we are in Kobe and they stand on the right whilst riding on the escalators – ...