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I don't know where to start as the last 24 hours have been amazing !! We have been welcomed by Yui and her family !! It is just wonderful to know locals . We started off with an amazing yummy lunch in Osaka ! We tried kushikatsu which is deep fried food ! I believe a speciality in the Osaka region ! Following lunch we went to himeji which is 1hour from Osaka and the home town to Yui . This is a place I have wanted to visit for the past 5 years so it ...
... the correct one. It was a sigh of relief that we arrived at the airport earlier as expected. God never, indeed, fails to send help to those in need. Travelling will always give you hope and positive thoughts that there is goodness and kindness in the world. There were several unnamed strangers who were willing to help. In one way or another, I hope that they have felt how grateful we are to have met them. Once again, arigato ...
So it has been a while since I have made an entry. Basically, I have been having too much fun.
My last entry was in Niseko, on about day two or three, so I will start by talking about how the rest of my time there was.
The hostel was great, and I made some good friends there. The snow wasn't 100% perfect for the whole time I was there, as February was unseasonably dry, however the arrival of March heralded ...
... in sync with the actions of the lights. We began descending Namba Parks on the outside pathway, which was lit with fantastic lighting displays all the way to street level, and best of all from the top floor to the bottom we saw maybe 10 people. We had the entire 8 floors of lighting displays to ourselves.
Once back on the streets, we headed north through Shinsaibashi shopping arcade, which was massively crowded already. It still amazes me ...
... different retro feel than the rest of the thing. There were some interesting looking pin badges for sale from machines but I didn't have 2x100yen coins to grab one. Didn't even need pester power to fancy it, but if you take kids perhaps you should strategically not have coins, at least not till near the end. Down one more floor and you're back to the queue floor, which also has the shop for general Japanesey, hello kitty et al. The queue is round the edge of the floor, ...