Hearton Hotel Shinsaibashi
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... shops with high price tags. But what fascinated us about this section of the street is the appearance of cute and gorgeous local girls with high heel shoes (that must have hurt) and trendy clothes and handsome boys looking extremely cool with their suits. They seem to keep approaching the people there asking for something that I don't know what.
The stop at Shinsaibashi concludes our first day journey. After that we were brought to the first hotel that ...
... persistent Indian guy with a hybrid Indian/Japanese accent. He really, really wanted us to enter his restaurant, and apparently he doesn't understand NO in either Japanese or English. We had no choice but to ignore him and pretend that he wasn't there begging for our patronage. His sad pleas, combined with his completely empty restaurant didn't do much to encourage us to enter his venue.
The tonkatsu place I wanted to try ...
... it felt like a really short ride, or maybe it was because I'd just been on an 11 hour flight.
After the three flights, I finally arrived in Osaka about 7:30pm. Here, Kibayashi-sensei met me and drove me to my host family, Kondo-san's house, which is an hour and a half out of Central Osaka. He said I was welcome to sleep during the ride, but I was unable to - too much to look at! The city is so bright and all the trees on the Main Street were lit up. We ...
... that I didn't particularly enjoy but I am glad to have read it. For dinner we went to this little place that had great Udon noodles with beef and my favorite...Beef croquettes! I won't lie I started off with one but just had to get another one! These things are seriously amazing and I'm going to miss them terribly once we leave. As of right now we're waiting for our overnight bus so we say bye to Osaka until we return to it for our last night in Japan!
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... Can you imagine how that would work anywhere else but here!? It really goes to show the privileges you can enjoy when everyone behaves themselves. I’m sure the privileges go deeper than just vending machines too!
However, while I’m on the subject of well behaved people, we have noticed a little of the underbelly of Japan while here in Kyoto.
We had arrived at the station and Vinh was on his smartphone figuring out what station ...