Hotel Keihan Universal Tower
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... was very heavy. The hotel comfort is beside the trainline and is surrounded by restaurants and Pachinko Parlours. We are both very tired and had been looking forward to staying in a hotel with a bed. We did not do very much today and only left the hotel in the evening to find a restaurant and wander around for an hour or two. Osaka is famous for the food and there were many restaurants even around our hotel. It is very bustling in Osaka and the added confusion of a road ...
... br> After a long day on our feet, we spent the evening in Gion enjoying the iconic lantern lit streets- certainly a highlight of our trip so far.
The next day we woke up early to make our way over to Osaka on the much-loved bullet train. The trip only took around half an hour, and having unusually found our next hostel without any hiccups we had most of the day to explore the new city. If you're ever in Osaka we cannot recommend enough our hostel, 'Osaka 64'. For under ...
... shortages in Africa. After reading, the students repeating, and I asking questions about the passage, Teranishi asked me to speak a bit about South Africa. A near to impossible task, considering I have never been, nor do I know much. So he said "Do you know Nelson Mandala? Talk about him." Once again, I know of him, but I couldn't really explain anything about him or the country! In the end, I ended up speaking about ...
New Year's Eve! Another late start. Left home after 12pm. Stopped at Senri Chuo for lunch at a small place that Lorry and Geoff had been to before. Ended up having Katsura curry which was very good. Quite a hot curry (they were selling packets called Piccolo curry for Y500) but very tasty. We could get something similar from the supermarket I think. We caught the train to Shinsaibashi (near Namba) as it is a ...
... like we like. Off the beat and path we discovered a much older area and untouched. We loved tthat very much.At the Temple I met an elderly woman and she asked where I was from. I told her. A few minutes later she returned and said I want to do something for you. I am buying this candle and it is for good health. I got teary eyed when she said that. It is almost like she knew somehow. So she lit a candle and ...