APA Villa Hotel Yodoyabashi
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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 …
... water cause you use it twice. I'm wondering why we don't have that. 6. Drink saki! it keeps you warm. 7. If you're having troubles peeing just press the button for the sound of running water. 8. Lots of western toilets here have warmed seats. How comfortable. 9. Do lots of karaoke. Forget whether you are a good singer or not; that's not the point. Singing makes you feel happy and free. You can do it ...
... providing many a photo opportunity!
We then head over to what we expected to be the highlight of Kyoto, and Lonely Planet's No.1 attraction in Japan. After a fairly confusing journey getting there (this is becoming a habit on our trip) we finally made it to the infamous golden temple, Kinkaku-Ji. It was smaller than expected but still a beautiful sight, with gold plated walls reflecting onto the surrounding water that gave it the well-known appearance of a floating ...
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Anand and I caught the shinkansen, bullet train, from Tokyo-Shinagawa station to Shin-Osaka station along the JR-West tracks. Train stations in Japan are centers of commerce and activity, given so many Japanese take commuter trains to work and the daily ridership of some of these ...
... class was a breeze!
After school, I set out for Konken as usual, and after doing a few jobs, returned home. Tomorrow I am visiting VISH School again, this time to teach, which should be interesting. The lesson starts at 9.30am so rather than biking the mission to Hannan and then to VISH soon after, I am going there first straight from home. It is closer to my house than Hannan, so that means a semi-sleep-in, ...