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Monday was the last day that Matt was going to be in Osaka and we decided to go to Nara, a famous city about an hour and a half from Wakayama. Here, we went to Todaiji Temple where the giant Buddha is. Usually at each temple, you are able to buy little fortunes that help 'guide' your way. Unluckily for me I received the 'No Luck' fortune which quite literally says
[Travel] It is not recommendable for you to take any travel. ...
... in Japan he told me that there wasn't but that there was one in Germany. By this point I decided to cut my losses and call it a day but I hope you could see where our frustration was coming from. On the bright side we kind of laughed at the whole situation and took it as a learning experience...so fyi you can go to Germany to avoid banking fees in Japan...you're welcome everyone. Thankfully that was the end of our misfortune and it got infinitely better when breakfast was brought to ...
... and hardcore shopping area here; although I've seen plenty of shopping areas already, it seems there's always room in Japan for another mall, and railway stations are built with great towers of mall space attached. Dinner-by now essential-on the same floor as the wheel reminded me of Russia, in that a pop song I recognised came on, but then I spotted this was no Bruno Mars but a cover version. How many countries have people faithfully recording their own versions of ...
... managed to buy something at each one, although they were small purchases. Stop 2: train to Shinsaibashi. Accidentally used the wrong exit and found ourselves at a Tokyo Hands store. Apparently this was a department store Jus's family used occasionally. About 8 floors of everyday stuff of all kinds. Stop 3: Shinsaibashi. Walked around all the stores we didn't get to the other day. The shop alleys really do go for miles in all directions, you can't see ...
... for animals to have their own territory it houses a huge school of sardines, many sharks and rays, a huge Manta and a number of large ocean fish.