Best Western Joytel Osaka
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... off on our one and a half hour journey to Hiroshima.
Each first class car has an attendant whose job it is to bring you around a disposable wet towel (like the KFC ones), and a list of what's on the food cart. They chatter away to you in Japanese, which we of course can't understand - but you get the gist of what they're saying.
Our favourite word these days is 'Arigato' - which is Japanese for 'Thank you'. And a fairly easy one ...
... sipping on our beverages we could try to get the obviously very full and very sleepy cats to wake up and play with us in return for food. Whilst I'm generally not much of an animal person, Gary grew up with a cat so by the end of our hour he'd managed to get lots of the cats up and actually running about - stirring up their hunting instincts by shaking bits of sparkly plastic near them.
... on, and I was sitting by the window seat. The flight itself seemed quite short, maybe because it was during the night so I think I had slept for a bit to pass the time. The Japanese guy who was sitting next to me really didn't seem to know what he was doing or where he was meant to be going when he got to Auckland. He even had a tuna and egg sandwich in his suitcase, so I had to explain to him that there was no way he'd be getting that past customs. In the end, I ended up taking ...
... from what we could tell, the next train we needed to take us to Universal City.
We all ran from one train, and jumped on the other. What worried me initially was that nobody else did the same thing. Secondly the train we got on was almost empty, which in itself is unusual. Then Veronica said "Is this actually the right train?!". With this, I stepped off the train to read the illuminated sign on the side of the train carriage. ...
... 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 ...