Hearton Hotel Shinsaibashi
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Cloudy but hot with rain overnight equals at least 120% humidity today!!! We were rung out dishrags by the end of the day. I think the temp got to 34C.
First stop was to a district called Shinsaibashi, mega shoppping, from all the brand names to trinkets, food, restaurants and slot machines, depending on what street you are on. These people are addicted to shopping!
Next we trained to Osaka Castle. It looks majestic set up the the hill with an enormous moat ...
... rooms, it was the cheapest place we could find in Tokyo for one night. The rooms themselves are really really cramped with next to no space for standing beside the 2 bunkbeds, but hey, it will work! Although it was not as comfortable as Ayoda in Kyoto and I wasn't able to sleep due to my roommates. One snored all night, the other 2 came home at 4am from partying, then the snorer work up at 5 and rustled plastic bags around as she moved out until 6am. Terrible haha ...
... awful! I finally arrived in Osaka and was only 30 minutes late. I was able to transfer money there and set off to find Tyler (he is the guy I was meeting up with who is friends with Luke and Lauren -fellow teachers). His flight got in at 10pm and it wasn't hard at all to pick him him out of the crowd, 6'2" and a ginger! Once the introductions were made we set off to find our way to our hotel. We had to first figure out the subway which was somewhat confusing as there ...
My last day and I decided to spend it in Osaka the biggest city in the area. It turned out to be a modern city of shopping and food - and a popular place to eat octopus balls. There were several takeaways advertised by large model of octopus and operatic music - shame I couldn't understand the words, but I can imagine what they were!
There were two main shopping streets. One with designer ...
Kyoto, 13 - 17 March, by Ben Kyoto is a fantastic city. It's got a load of cultural bollocks to do during the day, shopping and restaurants aplenty and cool nighlife scene that will keep you partying until the early morning. There are literally hundreds of temples in Kyoto so we carefully selected the best of the bunch to ensure we didn't get cultural or financial burnout. The gold and silver temples, known as Kinkaku-ji and Ginkaku-ji respectively, were our ...