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... free festival because i could see people walking in and out of the entrance but as i tried to do the same i got stopped by a man and he told me i had to pay the entrance fee of 5000 yen first. That's about 38 euro and since the festival had less than three hours to go i walked to the nearest grassfield and chilled a bit under a tree. It was about time to go to the hostel and freshen up a bit. I wanted to my phone for the easiest route but noticed that ...
Today I had many greetings to do, including a speech in front of the students at school assembly. What I didn't know was that I had to do a speech at the staff meeting as well, so I was caught a bit off guard! But I guess I managed to spit something out. I met a number of teachers, and hopefully soon I will get to know the other teachers in the English department. I was given my own desk and even my own cellphone. I was ...
... After we finished we walked back outside and there was just a wall of people, which apparently was the line waiting to get to the temple. We traced the line back for quite some time but never found the end before finding some pictures online of what we would be waiting to see and deciding to head back to Osaka instead. At least the desserts we had were good so all of our bus mishaps weren't in vain.
Sunday night was spent packing up since we would be leaving for Nagasaki in the morning. ...
... We caught the train the next day (as easy as pie, although
a little pricey) and a fast, clean, spacious, and comfortable journey
to Tokyo took place.
If you cross the road when the man is red (and the road is clear
obviously) have a look at the Japanese faces – they would never do
such an unlawful act!
Yes. Osaka is said to be an unsung place to visit in Japan and we
would agree and feel we could have ...
... you know which combination of buttons to press. Downtown, we mastered the kaiten-zushi conveyor belt sushi restaurant, building up a small stack of empty plates and not getting anything caught in the moving food belt. Achievement. But perhaps a bigger achievement, I earned a bow of respect from a Japanese staff member at the Panasonic centre when she spotted my (new & Panasonic) camera. I only hope now that my photos will live up to these high ...