Hotel Claiton Shinosaka
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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Great business hotel with excellent breakfast
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... on your back and belly and you will definitely stay warm all day. 4. Japanese people tend to speak calm and soft which makes communication very kind and thoughtful. 5. Western style toilets are made in a very sustainable way. There's a tap on top of the water reservoir which you can use to wash your hands when you flush. After that the water directly goes into the water reservoir which means you ...
We saved our last day of Kyoto for two of the most famous 'must-see' sights in Japan; the Arashiyama Bamboo Grove and Kinkaku-ji temple.
After a long journey by train and on foot, we finally reached the Bamboo grove at Arishiyama at midday, and it was certainly worth the visit! A dense forest of bamboo lined a long path as far as the eye could see, providing some much welcome shade from the Kyoto heat! The towering bamboo was a beautiful sight, particularly when the light ...
... African rugby team - me teaching about rugby, what a joke. Despite the loudness of this class, they were mostly just pumped to be there, not disrespectfully chatting away, so I actually enjoyed that class. They answered questions quickly and all did their work so it worked out well. After class, Teranishi apologised for his class being incredibly "in-your-face". I almost burst out laughing, compared to other ...
... where we had eaten before. They hadn't had okonomiyaki before. I think they enjoyed it. The lovely waitress was called Hiyumi (Helen) was quite chatty. Lorry and I went and watched the chef making the okonomiyaki and reckon we'll give it a try when we get home.
Also introduced Lorry and Geoff to the Y100 shop which they love!
After lunch we headed in to Namba to ...
... and networks, all interleaved and overlapping, each requiring different tickets and where day passes are quite useless because it will only work for one network, it took me a few days to get the hang of it. Greater Tokyo has around 80 different lines! Basically the day I left Tokyo, I finally understood the workings of it. I have been in many big cities with extensive public transport networks, but to understand any of it in ...