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... and shown them around. From interactions with locals to just the general appearance of the country, everyone was so impressed. There is so much more going on in the background than we will ever know about but it was a very nice country on the surface and I really enjoyed my time in Japan. Makes you wonder what they would say about the surface of America if they came to visit. Would they say the same things we said about them? Would their impression be as positive as ours?
So it has been a while since I have made an entry. Basically, I have been having too much fun.
My last entry was in Niseko, on about day two or three, so I will start by talking about how the rest of my time there was.
The hostel was great, and I made some good friends there. The snow wasn't 100% perfect for the whole time I was there, as February was unseasonably dry, however the arrival of March heralded ...
... of these animals and definitely made our trip to Osaka a memorable one. Plus at the end we got to pet sharks and sting rays so that was really cool! By the way sting rays feel like jelly and it was kind of nasty but cool at the same time. After our trip to the aquarium we check out Shinsaibashi which is this huge outdoor shopping street that goes for miles! Let me tell you ladies I could have done some serious work here but the problem is I'd have to carry it around for 4 months and I ...
Osaka and then because we had so much time to spare before the flight
home, we left our bags at the airport and caught a bus to a nearby
factory outlet, Rinku Town. I was kind of depressed that we wouldn't
be skiing for the rest of the year, so I didn't really enjoy the
experience, but it was nice to walk across the road from the shops
and stare out at Osaka Bay.
All in all, it was by far our favourite
holiday ever! ...
... wooden boxed tables. The old styled building with black framed windows is dressed in Japanese curtains. Some of the cream coloured curtains are drawn aside to let the sunlight through but most of them are closed and the light fabric just naturally lets the beautiful light in. Behind our table, a glass door is open leading out to a boxed balcony and the curtain is drawn slightly creating the warm inviting light. I know this sounds a little too descriptive and maybe ...