APA Hotel Osaka Higobashi-ekimae
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- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Smoking rooms available
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... one was closed!). At least I had a katsu burger rather than a standard Big Mac. Back to the room for a good nights (and the best part of the morning) sleep. Day two was back to the plan, a castle and a temple, find a teppanyaki restaurant and visit one of the bars from the list were had from the Dig Bar. It was absolutely chucking it down and was forecast to rain all day but we'd experienced the Japanese climate before and had two brollies and a pack-a-mac each so ...
... the people praying we snagged some pics took a quick walk around and headed for our next destination, Nipponbashi Denden Town... AKA the place where I would spend more money then I should >_<.
Nipponbashi is a bunch of blocks dedicated to Otaku culture and nerdy interests. It's like a smaller Akiharba. Remembering the store I found last time that sold cheap anime figures I made a bee line for it with Adam en tail. Inside I managed ...
... the Kaiyukan, Osaka's aquarium, during the day, then go out on the evening for a meal of Udon-ski, Andy's favourite, at a nearby restaurant. I'm also acutely aware I haven't done any shopping for the grandchildren yet, although we do have a clear day in Ueno before we fly home on Friday.
Sorry this has been so boring (me, me, me, me, me!) and I hope to have something ...
... me and swallow me up! It felt like a stereotypical American situation, where certain students sit in certain places with certain people. Who you sit with obviously determines your social status - It was like 'Mean Girls'! Except I was there with guys, typical teenage boys at that - loud and immature. Often I would catch eye contact with groups of girls at other tables and I know we were both thinking the same thing! One of ...
... can't ever see this happening in New Zealand! But of course since I was there, they just chucked me in the class instead. Some of the students did some work, and others just stared at me so that was nice and awkward. But they were soooo quiet, I didn't really know what to say besides, "Here's the work.... Do this and this... Do you understand?" In the end, turns out they just wanted to ask me questions. So I ended up talking about myself for the ...