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... like a whole day ordeal to wash and dry it. Nat hurried through the door - STARVING and took me into town for our fav choice. sushi train. Nat took me to an EPIC sushi train. There were two massive sushi trains within the place and booths surrounded either side of the train. You could take what ever you wanted from the sushi train but could also order from a screen on your table. We took advantage of both options. Each plate comes with two sushis and it turned out that ...
... up on the family floor (bathing suits required!) to check out the river and waterslides.
Random observation: Japanese expect you to carry your own hand towel around, there are no paper towels or hand dryers in the bathrooms!
Onsen notes: Of all the places for a Caucasian man to be naked, a room full of Asian men is the best for his self-esteem.
Onsen notes: Bushy is all the rage among Japanese women.
Osen notes: Simon was the furriest of them ...
... where we'd been before so we knew what was going on there. We ate and talked about last two weeks here in Japan. After we paid we realised that we had only 343 yens left (not even £3), luckily we had our rail passes so we safely returned to our hotel room in Osaka where we packed our luggage and went to bed.
Alarm set up for 6am. At 7am breakfast in hotel restaurant and at 7.48am airport express from Osaka station.
... world, these trains would be every hour (if you’re lucky) but here in Japan the trains to Osaka left Tokyo every five or ten minutes.
The fast train (Nozumi) to Osaka takes less than three hours and when I arrived at Shin Osaka station I made my way into the city where I’d arranged to meet Yoshi, an old friend of mine who I’ve known since we both lived in Tokyo all those years ago. That evening, after he finished work, we headed off to a ...
... teaching us about KEW (ECC’s Kids English World for ages 3-12) over the past 2 days. He’s been really entertaining to work with, and Jack and I have really enjoyed getting to know him. Coincidentally, David is originally from Wales! However, he has lived in Japan for at least the last 10 years. He’s one of the few people at ECC who truly make a life and a career out of the experience. Most native English Teachers at ECC seem to ...
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