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... 14.00 USD )to store it. From the displays, I had picked my restaurant.
I pushed through the flag-like short banners that screened the doorway of the restaurant. I held up one finger to indicate the size of my party. A bustling woman restaurant worker spoke to me in Japanese and pointed to my assigned single table. I picked up the menu, found the meal I had seen in the window, and pointed to it when the woman came to take my order. More Japanese, a nod, and ...
... communicate that between the two of us. No problem though, since getting to Nara only involved taking a train there and then picking up a map at the tourist information counter so we knew where to go. It also didn't hurt that Chris and I had been there before and he already knew where he would like to take his family.
Our first touristy thing was seeing the deer that roam freely around Nara. Keeley was even brave enough to feed them, although she got nipped in ...
... Long queue in the front but I finally got it, brought it back to the hotel for welcoming Orn & Chris who were arriving tonight (and also for Chris's birthday).
Mhee went back home and me & my mom fell asleep while Thibault went out pickup Orn&Chris at Namba station. After all checked-in, it wasn't too late for the late night light cheese cake and catching up our plan for next day.
... whole effect is a noisy brightly lit mish-mash of Japanese pop culture. It is gritty and slightly punk, but in a very unique and Japanese way. For a traveler it’s exciting and so very exotic!
Dotonburi is famous for it’s octopus balls. (No, it’s not what you think). These are balls of batter with octopus meat in them that are skillfully fried in little trays. I’m sure there is a Japanese name for them but I’m in a very lazy mood for this blog ...
... far from the station. And again I'm impressed with the hostel's little differences: Curtains to grant some privacy in the bunk beds, are a great invention, but strangely available here in Japan only. And in this place they're even equipped with magnets to close them properly. Another useful thing are the holes in the lamp's plug, for that I can plug in something else on top of it. Then there is the fan: It looks like a fan, but ...