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... had to backtrack. When I did make it there, it was so worth it! This temple was adorable! The grounds were covered in tiny little buddhas. Some where fat and cute, others more traditional (but most of those had crochet hats on that made them look cute anyway). There didn't seem to be any free space without some type of statue or shrine. Many plants had statues sitting in their pots. Below the main temple was even a cave full of more. I would recommend a stop to anyone ...
... them as long as you want. Even saw some little kids giving them a big hug.
As we make our way back to the train station it begins to rain. By the time we get back to Osaka it is pouring. We get a little wet before buying an umbrella for $4.
We awake to a rainy day. It has rained all of last night and looks like it will rain all day. So its off to the underground shops where we stay warm and dry. From memory this is our fist day of the trip that ...
... an electrical toilet! We were back to using a normal toilet like some sort of caveman! What do they expect me to do everything myself!! The cheek! Anyway we dropped our bags and headed out and about Osaka. It is as a city quite obviously a little different to the others, a little rough around the edges, which lets be honest in Japan could just mean they had a can in the middle of the road. We decided to head back into the underground maze that was Osaka train station.
... three girls who were staying in our hostel, (Dutch, Danish and Chinese). To round our trip off properly we decided to go to a sushi bar, where we had some amazing sushi and plum wine in true Japanese style. We also met Danish Sarah-Jo. We took a photo of her but typically, she doesn't look that like her in the photo. In reality though, she was REALLY like her - so Sarah-Jo, ...
... am going to have a meal at a sushi train with my host family.
My Japanese is improving i think, with a few false starts people can generally get my gist of what I am trying to say!
Fun Fact: all the food here seems very cheap compared to Australia with a yummy italian roll kind of thing around 152yen (about $1.50ish).
ANYWAY, I'll keep trying to post on this blog a few times a week
peace out ...