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After flying from Brisbane to Cairns then Osaka followed by a long Immigration session we staggered to our nearby hotel for a well earned sleep. Our trip to Japan was underway.
... high up on the list.
We started to get deeper, with more varieties of fish being on display, as well as a few more swimming mammals. Too many different types to name here; my brain hurts just thinking about it. We eventually stumbled upon the aquariums flagship tank which was skirted with 30cm think glass. It was a huge multi story tank with a whale shark in it. Schools of fish followed the whale shark around the tank, for protection ...
... set off for the Onion. We were the first there so we bought some tokens and worked on song selection. Eventually Shiro, Makoto, Ichi and Takako turned up and we had the place to ourselves. I could watch Shiro play all night truth be told, he really is a very good musician and he sings as well but after my wash day efforts and lack of a Nanna nap in the afternoon I decided an early one was in order so I bid everybody a good night and left Marc and Sean to fly the Dwyer ...
We walked to next temple, Kiyomizu (founded in 798), which is up a hill and set against beautiful green mountain scenery. It also looks over the city of Kyoto, providing a stunning view. There is not a single nail in the entire structure. Outside the temple, were very picturesque cobbled streets with lots of different shops. We were very excited to buy our first souvineers from the trip, which were a beautiful set of chopsticks, with our names engraved on them. Well, ...
Osaka was next, but mainly as a base for some day trips to other areas. We arrived at the nearest train station to our hostel, but hadn't realised that we'd have to walk a good 20 minutes through an endless underground shopping mall with all our bags. It all looked the same so was very difficult to tell where we needed to pop our heads out above ground. Eventually we found it, followed our noses past numerous restaurants pumping out ...