Grand Hotel Rokko Sky Villa
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... we wandered back onto the train to head back to Kobe, and explore the area behind Shin-Kobe station (the Shinkasen station).
Kobe is quite a modern, bustling city, so it's quite hard to believe that so close to the Shinkasen line is a beautiful mountainside area with a waterfall.
The waterfall is dammed downstream, as it's used for the city's water supply, and they're quite proud of how clean ...
... of mixing the two and opening a video game bar. The nostaligia of inserting a cartridge, removing and blowing on it because it doesn't work is still there but there's none of the usual frustration as you sink a beer at the same time. Unlike playing at home, it becomes quite socialable in a bar as others gather to watch and challenge and that's how we met two Japanese chicks that then took care of us for the best part of the next five days. Ayaka and Mayumi were very kind. ...
... me that I managed to have a real family in Japan so quickly.
The Ogawa's were sad to see me go too, so as a last adventure, my host father, who I called Grandpa as he requested, treated me to go to Tokyo with them for a few days. So generous!! The first day, after the hour and a half plane ride, we went straight to our fancy hotel, then off to see Kabuki. Kabuki is old Japanese styled theater. All the actors are men and they dress in very ...
... interested in the history of the
Pacific War, one of the other guys is also named Tom Jones. This is
planning a tour when we get to the southern islands.
lectures on many topics connected both directly and indirectly with
the places we visit on this trip. We have several presentation that
give interesting insight to China, and the special economic area of
are almost gone, the ...
26th May 2013
I'll be meeting a David White here in Osaka. I follow his instructions and reach his place which is a cool 14th floor apartment with a balcony which had a view of the business district. I think that the balcony might be a cool location to shoot a stop motion video of the sunrise/sunset. David is an English teacher from Ireland who's been living in Osaka for the last tree years. He comes across as very polite and kind. Imagine a very nice and ...