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Travel Blogs from Osaka
... of Ed Byrne. His Irish accent is also very Ed Byrne-esque.
He lends me his bicycle and I pedal towards the Osaka Castle Park, the Castle, the Business district and the Consular district which are all close to each other, about 20 minutes by bicycle from David's place. I cycle about 12 km in total and ten head back to David who's ready to head out to grab a bite to eat.
We head to Temma which is one station away from Osaka central (David's station is Morinomiya) ...
... pretty much what ever you wanted it was there! We had free Wi Fi so i skyped with Mum and Jonathan for a while.
Time we went fast and before we knew it we were on the plane! Here's the best bit... The plane was pretty empty so as soon as they said doors closing prepare for take off we both split up and rushed for a row of 4 seats each!! Yep 4 seats!!! We both managed to sleep which was perfect for our arrival to Japan.
... trains, getting into Osaka station shortly after 2.30pm. It was then just a short ride on the loop line to our stop and a few minutes later we were at the hostel – right smack at 3pm!
This hostel was clearly much older than the one in Kyoto, and once again lacked a lift – which wouldn’t have been too bad if it wasn’t for the fact the stairs were steep as hell! The people were ...
... that currently stands here is only 2 thirds the size of the original.
Neither the building nor the temple have had the luckiest of histories. In the 9th Centuary and earthquake caused the head of the Buddha to fall off. Then in the 11th and 15th Centuries fires destroyed the temple and melted the head and right arm if the Buddha. The current building dates from the 17th Centuary while ...