Travel Blogs from Izumisano
... amazing vegetable Yakisoba (noodles) fried on the grill pan situated in the middle of our table. The rest of us shared some delicious Okonomiyaki and takoyaki and our favourite Suntory Malt Beer. We instantly felt energized and so incredibly excited about the rest of the trip. We slowly made our way back along the river and headed to our hotel to get some rest, ready for our mammoth shopping expedition the follow day. Osaka, thank you for being exactly as amazing as I remember ...
... bags then went to find the bus Kathy suggested we catch to meet her at 2.30pm. This was going to be a bit pricey so we decided to be brave and catch the train instead saving a few pennies. We had a long time before we met Kathy as we landed at 7am! We went to McDonalds at the airport for a coffee and to have a look through some of the travel info leaflets at the airport. Ok so we knew which train to catch but how do you buy the tickets in a country that doesn't ...
... We exchanged cards and as we parted, I wondered what language we used to communicate. I came to realise that most of the communication was done by gestures and facial expressions and very few words were spoken. Scouting around the locks I found familiar flags ruffling in the winds. I discovered an Indian restaurant and that kept me settled about food for the rest of my stay in Osaka. After a couple of days at ...
... we had some lunch, Japanese of course, rice, vege's wohoo and grilled beef. Very very yum. Then we wrecked all that goodness with Haagan daz ice cream :).
Time to move after all that food, so we hopped on a ship cruise to take us around the harbour. This was spectacular, we really loved this. The breeze was fantastic and the sights were amazing. This went for 45 minutes and we didn't want to get off :). Once we did get off, we noticed that ...
... comes into my head and I dismissed it immediately.
From the map, the whole area looks huge. I decide to skip the tour inside the castle. My knowledge of Japanese history is limited to the novel "shogun" a novel with some actual inspired events. anyway, I wanted to sit the canal cruise so , we had about two hours to walk the grounds.
The white castle is imposing with the green gardens and moat surrounding it. But the sky was not the brilliant blue. I am ...
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