Hearton Hotel Shinsaibashi
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... was a similar way. I visited the aquarium here which is one of the largest in the world. It was amazing. I was like a little kid in there. Expensive but so much fun. The pot noodle was invented here so it seemed only right to take a little excursion out of the centre to go and see the museum. It's a small place that was full of school children running around but it was free so no complaints. It was wacky but I ...
... is surrounded by several huge department stores (one of which has an entire Ferris wheel on the roof). We have experienced dizzying chaos inside of one of them: Yodobashi Camera Umeda, a giant electronics retailer. We checked out cameras, lenses, watches, models of giant fighting robots from a variety of anime and got out exhausted. I doubt that any electronics store in Canada can ...
... class was a breeze!
After school, I set out for Konken as usual, and after doing a few jobs, returned home. Tomorrow I am visiting VISH School again, this time to teach, which should be interesting. The lesson starts at 9.30am so rather than biking the mission to Hannan and then to VISH soon after, I am going there first straight from home. It is closer to my house than Hannan, so that means a semi-sleep-in, ...
... legit about the tickets we had been offered, so we tracked down the scalpers, who were now loitering about drinking beer near a different gate than where we had initially encountered them, and bought the tickets for $40 each. I was nervous because I knew Blair would flip his lid if they were fake, but my anxiety was unnecessary and we got in with no problems.
The game itself was probably one of the best live sporting events either of us have ...
... in a shopping mall, even waiting in the train station; instead of music its the relaxing noise of birds chirping away giving the feeling of being sat in a forest.
We got the train at 12pm from Kyoto Station to Nara (Kyoto and Nara used to be the capital of Japan for hundreds of years before Tokyo). There was a festival on in Nara that happens once a year in winter. Everyone congregates at the bottom of a Hill with long grass all over it, situated in ...