APA Villa Osaka Tanimachi 4 Chome
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... The auction took place about 30 minutes and the guard led us out of the market safely. At the market, it is crisscrossed with hundred of go carts, bikes, cranes to lift box and boxes of seafood, so it is extremely dangerous to be walking freely in the market. After the auction, I walked around the rest of the market a bit , had another grilled scallop and ordered a rice ball, I head off back to my hotel for a nap. I have no appetite to eat more sashimi from over ...
... however by this hour no one was manning the phones, which meant we just had to call it a night ourselves and pray the bag arrived in the morning.
At 2.20am we got a call from reception saying our bag had arrived. Vaughan met them at the door in his oh so cute bathrobe, which ensured the shortest handover in history.
When the alarm went later that morning we were both too exhausted for words and conceded that our first day in Hanoi would just need to be a rest day.
... a foreigner you are departed and never allowed back into the country.
The toilets with the flush noises is for those who go to use the bathroom and don't have to you can press the pee button and then flush, so that people don't know you didn't use the bathroom.
In order to get your license you have to pay 2000$US then go to a two week camp where you stay over night and learn to drive. They have their own road ways. No wonder they are such good drivers ...
This section of the journey is with G Adventures...Japan Express. Osaka to Tokyo in 8 days taking in the highlights and hoping that Mt Fuji is not too shy.
Met with the group, some of whom have been together on a short trip to China.
Australians, Canadian, Mexican, Swiss and Brits so a mixed bag of 15. Pretty evenly spread between male and female but more under 50 than over.
Almost everyone made it through ...
... a nice view over the river with nice traditional houses on the other side. Well, I have to say the pace for the walk was not as fast as yesterday so we did not do too much on the afternoon.
On the way back, we decided to stop at Kyoto center to have a glimpse of the big city which is always full of animation...
After a nice lighter dinner, we headed back to the hotel and prepare ourselves for another day...