Hotel Keihan Kyobashi
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... section. We finally worked out we needed a timed ticket so got ourselves one of the them. We had an entry for 11.30 which gave us about an hour to kill. They don't tell you this at the entry or anywhere else, you just have to follow crowds and work it out yourself. This country needs some help in how to cater for tourists! The level of English speaking and written is appalling, apparently they are the worst in all Asia and I can see why. While ...
... kids. And they were gorgeous. All dressed up in cute little traditional uniforms and caps, they marched into the aquarium in pairs with the teachers leading the way holding sticks with individual banners above their heads so the kids could see and follow them. At first I thought that was very odd and weird, but after a few tour experiences myself, the sheer number of people often means that the only thing you can see of the person leading you is ...
... was. They said there were many cheap and dirty places around that way. I came across loads that were similar prices. I decided to try and stay in them instead of trekking around to try and find the diamond hotel. But every single hotel or guest house said they were fully booked. There was no way this was true. In all my travels I've never had this happen to me. This was defiantly the hardest places I've come across to try and find a place to stay. I must of tried at least ...
... land on the 3rd runway. As much as I hate Sydney with a passion, it is a very pretty city from the air.
As if to add a final insult to our exhaustion, the trains from the aiport to Central station were undergoing trackwork, so we were put onto a crowded, slow and uncomfortable bus for a 35 minute bus ride, instead of a train ride that should have taken 7 minutes. After a ride on the comparitively dirty, slow and noisy train from Sydney to Newcastle, we arrived back at normality.
... to greet me as usual. My host mother and I talked about many things before dinner, and she told me all about her travels and showed me pictures of her children who have married and left home. This Sunday there is a welcome party for me, and the rest of the family will be there.
Tomorrow is the first time I will bike to school without Kibayashi-sensei, but luckily Eddie is biking with me so I shouldn't get lost! ...