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... the plane to Osaka. It taxied for 25 minutes. I thought we were driving to Osaka. The flight was only 35 minutes but Dennis and I were both in extremis. Our guide from Tauck was waiting for us right outside of luggage and our car was right outside of the door. So we rode to the St Regis. It took about 30 minutes. Check in was very smooth (we think). I have no idea what we signed but we got to our room and fell into bed at ...
Today was a rather quiet day, which was actually nice for a change. I had only three classes, all in a row, but I didn't have to do much. All were first year classes, and all loud as usual. One guy in the third class got so excited when I turned up that he hugged me and another girl kept blowing kisses to me from the back of the class - Strange! This was Teranishi-sensei's class, where I had to read a passage about ...
... us to the JR office a bit of a walk away. Thought we could do it there but apparently we have to do it at Osaka main station. Will do it tomorrow. Stopped for a drink at a pub on the way. It was about 6.30pm so headed home.
After Lorry cooked the soup we sat up playing Phase 10 and Mensch until 3am. It will be a very slow day today!
... we were able to relay this to them on one of their layovers and sent very detailed directions about how to get to the hotel by bus on their own. Luckily, our hotel was right at a main train station and bus terminal so they just had to buy tickets, get on the bus, get off of the bus and walk a short distance to the hotel.
Our flight was running a bit behind and then we had over an hour journey to get to the hotel to finally meet up, so they waited for us for quite ...
... would have to be the unfeasibly nice kids who walked 30
minutes with us to our hotel when we got lost exiting Shin Osaka
station. Like I said before, Shin Osaka station is a behemoth and I'm
not ashamed to say that it got the best of us every time we tried to
walk from the station to our hotel. I approached these three kids
(probably in their early or mid-twenties) while they were enjoying
their Saturday night by drinking on the station steps. They ...