1-8-1 Chayamadai, Sakai, Osaka, Kinki, 590-0115, Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Sakai

Tokyo, Kyoto, Osaka, and Nara, oh my!!

A travel blog entry by olivianiosi


... m used to the "onsen"s. It is probably strange for Americans to picture sharing a large bath and shower room with 20 other people, but once you do it a few times its actually pretty freeing. I've learned not to be so self conscious about my body.
Second day we could wear our own clothing, but still couldn't wear make-up. This was the first time I saw my friends without a uniform on. My image of people was way off! Japanese fashion is a lot different from ...

First Night in Osaka

A travel blog entry by glenndwyer


... Deb to experience one of our favourite drinking establishments in Osaka though. The range of drinks and the care and finesse with which they are prepared is really something to see! We had organised to meet Makoto and Ichi San at Mystery Trip Bar so we walked very briskly through the streets showing Deb some cool places on the way. When we got there it was like coming home, everybody was excited to see us Ryo the owner and Ryoko ...

Take Me Out To The Ball Game Osaka Style

A travel blog entry by f.goldthorpe


... in a glass case. Each set had a price on them. The prices were marked up from the original cost. We bought seats together for 4000 yen each ($50). The vendor made a point of mentioning that the seats were not in the outfield.
The rain was falling steadily at this point and many of the fans around us were buying ponchos. I was worried that we would have a rainout.

While entering the stadium a roar went up from the crowd and ...

Day 410: first impression, last message

A travel blog entry by ursburs

... him today, but I assume that he is reading this blog, desperatly trying to find a hint, about where his ex might be. 700 USD could have made me help, but the man prefers to play rather than pay. So I have one last message for him instead: A poor traveller is who has no one to share with, a poor leader who has no one to guide and a poor player rests without opponent. I might have no money, but i am rich and you lose. Game Over!

What doesn't kill you makes you stronger

A travel blog entry by kiaelise


... I should be able to get it all back through my travelers insurance, especially since I notified them I was going beforehand (that's the trick with travelers insurance).

So here I am, back in bed, blogging about this horrendous yet quite interesting last week. I do feel that I will be better in a few days. It sucks right now but without the pain there would be no pleasure, without sadness there would be no joy. So I just keep repeating to myself: what doesnt kill you makes you ...


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