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... that it came with. No luck at the store unfortunately the Jaguars unusual shape proving tricky to find a case that will fit it. We trudged off down towards the other end of town to the only remaining shop we knew off. After fighting our way through the long corridors of full of Osakan families out for a Sunday shopping stroll (think Easter Show) we tracked down the last shop. We struck out again unfortunately so the bubble wrap plan B will have to be swung into ...
... straight for it. We were the only westerners there amongst hundreds of locals out to find cheap stuff. Unfortunately most of it was just clothes and other household bits and pieces that were not interesting to us but that didn't stop us having a good fossick through the different stalls. We continued our walk through Osaka Castle Park until we reached the castle. This is mainly a reconstructed castle and while it looks impressive from ...
... Not sure if it was because I flew 'Peach' the Ryanair of Japan, or because this is the most used airport, that I landed here. I suspect it is the main airport as it is built on an island, or some reclaimed land, in the sea of Japan, a bit of a prototype for the Thames Estuary airport.
The journey was relatively uneventful. I got a Japan Rail line to Namba station - which is pretty central Kyoto. There are many private rail companies operating so it can be confusing. At Namba ...
... I had loads of fun chucking stuff into the pot). We also sampled some plum wine, Japanese beer and sake (I didn’t much enjoy the sake, but Amy must of drank a whole wee bottle of the stuff).
The group was still up for more fun when were finished drinking, so it was off to karaoke for more beer & lots of singing! Mr Yano (who was real character – 62 years old and brilliant craic) came with us thankfully and operated ...
... on the indoor one as I got too caught up with good bands on the outdoor stages.
It was a very hot and sunny day, but being in Japan it seemed everything had been thought of, so there were huge fans that sprayed cool air and water at you. There was also a big recycling stall where you could separate up your rubbish into the correct bin, whilst being helped by ...
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