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... the shops on the high streets are what you would find in London or NYC. The older part of town is further north up the hill and is home to the houses of first western settlement in Kobe. It is a very posh area which doesn't scream Japan but it's lovely and so well maintained that we forgive that. ...
... would use... Not a souvineer shop or westerner in site. Had lunch in the food court, used the pointing technique to order.
They do have characters for numbers buy normally they use 1234567890, which makes buying things easy. The ticket machines for trains are not a problem, you find a line amp with English station names, read the amount to get where you want to go and buy a ticket or 2 or 3 for that amound.
... I am now sitting outside on her balcony, listening to music whilst writing my blog. Its really beautiful and peaceful out here. I feel like I've finally settled in to life in Japan and I only have 3 more days left. Wow - time flies and soon I'll be back in Melbourne doing the same routine. Anyway as I'm getting very tired and my eyes are finding it hard to stay open I think its time to close off tonights entry. Short but sweet. See you tomorrow Osaka! Sayonara! ...
... she is extremely used to
being held in any position. She was
house trained from the start so that was no problem and also very healthy
despite her poor conditions at the shop.
While we love Mustard very much, we ultimately wanted two cats
so they can play together and keep each other company. While running errands before I left I noticed
the shop had another kitten about the same age as Mustard and same ...
... shopping arcade (main shopping street, lined with various stores and restaurants), Chinatown (南京町 nankinmachi), which used to be a settlement of Chinese merchants, but now is turned into a Japanised tourist attraction (Maran was not impressed with the lack of authentic Chinese signs, food and people) and harbourfront Meriken Park with an ...