APA Hotel Osaka Higobashi-ekimae
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Top of the morning to you! My bad, I just went straight to sleep last night. The excitement of patting owls was exhausting. No, that was not a euphemism. I actually got to PAT OWLS. But first... Morning was croissants and other sweets being consumed on the 3 hour bullet train. We bought boxes of lunch to keep us entertained which was fun. Bullet trains are very comfortable! I ...
... to pay respect to everyone's ancestors. Afterward we had to be back in our rooms by 7.30 to be served breakfast. Seaweed and tofu! We visited a thousand year old cemetery in a giant forest and visited temples that used to house Samurai warriors, during times of conflict. It was all pretty surreal and amazing. Definitely was one of the biggest highlights of our whole trip!
After Koyasan we caught the numerous modes of transport back down the mountain and on to ...
... the idea of going to Japan for me in the talk i had with Bas last year. :-( F*ck!
But on the note it also said that Tama has an assistent at another station on the line. I decided to go and visit Nitama at the other station. And even though she was not what i came for this cute little furball lifted my spirits again. And she was only doing what cats allways do, sleeping! :-)
It was a 75 minute trainride back to Osaka from there and i used it to catch up on my ...
Having had only 3 hours sleep, I got up at 5am did a last minute check and I was off. It was still dark outside and I needed to navigate some fields before reaching my airport bus stop. Although I have done it loads of times before there was a real chance that I may get lost or worst, fall into the paddy fields! The path is narrow, light is sporadic and every now and then a dog might jump out at you, oh and don't get me started on ...
... well away from the queue, and by virtue of the business class tickets we were able to stroll onto the plane first, and be greeted by drinks and snacks, while everyone else jostled for position entering the cabin.
The Jetstar business class service is very attentive and friendly, as you'd expect for the price premium, but the catering leaves alot to be desired. The main meal consisted of a choice between a Terriake Salmon dish, ...