Apa Hotel Kanku Kishiwada
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... nights sleep we docked in Osaka and it was time to bid farewell to everyone as we passed through immigration and customs, I don't think they liked the look of me at customs as they emptied every last part of my bag including my dirty laundry bag to check and even checked inside my boots (very brave!), luckily they spared me the rubber glove treatment and waved me on my way. I met up with Anja again on the free shuttle bus to Osaka central station as she needed to ...
... only closed on Mondays, the last day of the month and any day's afters national holidays. It was not of the former, so I was confused as to why it was closed. While I was left scratching my head, David quickly Googled the museum to find out what was going on. The museums web site indicated it was closed from the 1st of September to the 27th of April 2015 for exhibition renovation! I was bitterly disappointed by this outcome; I guess ...
... Yakiniku joint as we had our taste buds primed for that, the area we were in is teaming with all manner of food outlets but finding one with an English friendly menu, especially given some of the parts of the animals used, can be tricky. We found one and entered, we were led upstairs and seated around the table with the fire pot in the middle. The staff rushed out with hand towels and the dipping sauces as Marc looked over the menu and said quote..." Jeez Dad ...
... western styled breakfast!
I had bacon an eggs with a salad and thickly cut toast with orange juice to wash it down. My date had the same just with a mixed vegetable juice as you can see in the photo.
During breakfast my date told me about a comedy group in Osaka called ROR.
"ROR Comedy is Kansai's all-English stand up comedy group. ROR's international line-up of comedians regularly perform across Kansai, and throughout Japan. Ideal for visitors and ...
... especially when you're exhausted and just want to get out of there. But despite the number of people, we got through customs and baggage collection, and out of the airport in around an hour.
Outside of Kansai airport, we exchanged some US$ that my parents gave us as part of our Christmas present (for approximately 25% more than the greedy mongrels at the Cairns currency exchange booth were going to give us), and we were on our ...