APA Hotel Osaka Higobashi-ekimae
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... us some great local bars, an izakya - which is a cheap drinking establishment that I can only accurately describe as a classy version of Whetherspoons - and Osaka's famous aquarium. They also made a great audience for Martin's magic tricks that he's taken to performing. Let me reveal how he's been winning over the hearts of the locals: 1. He ensures everyone is drunk enough so that they aren't able to follow any of his subtle ongoings and that the music in the bar is too loud ...
... the poor sharks and rays until they inevitably get sick of it and swim away. At least they provided charts on the walls with suggested areas of the fish where to poke and where not to.
This one was probably the most popular exhibit with the kids.
The fish harassment exhibit was the end of the aquarium, aside from several photo sellers which will take your photo with plastic fish, and then sell it back to you, and yet another ...
... it was wrong. The kids asked for which fruit they wanted, and little paper fruits were given to them. They had even made origami hats out of newspaper for the 'fruit shop assistants' to wear. They then took their paper fruits and stuck them on their paper 'fruit cake' - The lesson was "Let's make a delicious fruit cake!"
After the first class was morning tea, and the teachers go out and play with the kids during this time too. So I was out in the freezing ...
... terminal! I should have trained for that, felt like a long run carrying my bags!
Thankfully, I got on my last plane safely. The strangest thing was, I felt as if I had made it already. After stressing like crazy about potentially missing my flight, just getting on within a scrap of time made it feel like all the travelling was finally over, even though I still had to get to Osaka and then travel to my host family's house! I must have slept on the ...
Hello from our last day in Osaka before we head to Fukuoka to meet our friend Anna for a fun filled night during a festival! Today we woke up to the sound of it pouring rain outside (a typhoon is hitting another part of Japan so it's been raining like cats and dogs all over Japan) so we decided to stay in bed (our 2 Japanese mattresses that we had on the floor which ended up being extremely comfortable) a little while longer. Before we left we ...