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Travel Blogs from Osaka
... on her way but she wouldn't hear of it, saying 'yukkuri, yukkuri' - go slowly, and it was only when we were in sight of the hotel that she left us.
After check in we went to our rooms and Andy went out, again, to fetch supplies. I can't praise this son of mine enough for the tolerance and care he has shown to his stupid father, never once complaining that I've wasted part of his holiday and offering only sympathy and support. Domo arigato gozaimas, Andrew.
... bad, that I don't know how I am going to tell him that I didn't even understand what the essay is about! So that will be an interesting conversation tomorrow.
I had only three classes today, all of which I had to be a parrot and read some passages and vocabulary. I'm flattered that the teachers want me to help their students using my pronunciation, but I wish I could do something more productive than ...
... QR and Sydney rail maps i was used too! We had to first get to osaka, then change to the subway system and negotiate our way to hotel......all i can say is thank god the Japanese people are nicer and more helpful to tourists than we are... ticket inspectors literally ran across platforms to show us how to use the ticketing machine, and make sense of the squiggles and numbers that they use to determine cost....I secretly hid my belief that this was purely constructed ...
... after complications when
booking these hostel. However, it was not much hassle and the next
place was not that far away. 'Peace Hostel Showa'. It was much more
hostel like, with a big living area and kitchen and the beds were
comfy. Privacy though, there was little. The doors were the
translucent and you couldn't lock the doors. What this meant though,
more annoyingly then the lack of privacy was the all the light came
in even when you had your ...
We made it to Japan. It's one of those places about which we had no idea what to expect, and couldn't quite believe we were there. As soon as we got off the plane though, the super-slickness kicked in. We'd bought a Japan Rail pass in HK, which meant we could get straight onto a train into town. No ordinary train though, this was the cleanest, shiniest train we'd ever seen, and a taste of things to come. Of course, it left exactly on ...