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Today we tried to take it a little easy. I couldn't sleep in still but watched tv on my iPad while Joel slept. We got up and got going and stopped at a drug store for breakfast. I had some delicious sushi and a fruit jello cup and Joel had a flan cup and warm milk tea. We hopped the subway and headed out to See Osaka castle. The subway car we took …
... sit down as well whilst they have a shower. As soon as I came out the shower I saw Ala sat talking to Xavier on wifi. We decided that we should meet at 8.30 at Namba station. By the time I got changed and checked me mail it was time to go. Once we meet up with Xavier he sad that we should eat around his area of town because there were a load of restaurants found there. I didn't mind where we ate. I never mind. I will always find something I can eat. I left it up to them ...
... was lucky, I got to skip the cost, even Kibayashi was surprised! He then said goodbye to me, wished me luck and thanked me for my help at Hannan.
The flight to Narita Airport was surprisingly fast, only 50 minutes. I had plenty of time to wait at Tokyo, so once I'd made it past immigration, I looked around some of the shops. I had two heavy carry-on bags though, so for the most part I just sat down - they were a challenge to carry through the huge airport. I found my ...
... everyone and making them turn in the direction of the castle, at which time the 3D illumination of the castle began.
I've got to admit that the Osaka Castle illumination was very well done. It was apparently designed by the same people that design the Huis Ten Bosch illuminations each year, which consistently win Japanese national illumination awards.
The Osaka Castle illumination basically uses the castle as a canvas, and projects a ...
... I could hear the pastries calling my name so I grabbed one with custard and fruit while Jord grabbed another coffee. It was one of the best breakfasts we've ever had I won't even lie to you. Once our bellies were full we headed to the Osaka castle which was extremely impressive from the outside. It's a huge castle surrounded by 2 moats in order to protect it incase of an attack and what was neat is that the moat varied on depth level in order to trick the invaders ...
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