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Travel Blogs from Kobe
... and expected the tour people to provide one, bloody poms. You think they would have come prepared! After the bus driver determined there was no spare umbrella, we left anyway.
We drove for an hour on the freeway from Kobe to Osaka and arrived at Shitennoji Temple, built in 593 and believed to be the oldest Buddhist Temple in Japan and still a working Temple. We entered via the great Southern gate (nandaimon), after Dawn kindly loaned her ...
... a rice cooker, besides rice??
It's still been cool enough to cook, but in the next few months.. I don't think we'll be able to bear turning on the stove. If anyone knows any deserts we could make here.. that would be really interesting to hear about.
What do you like to cook? What tastes from home can you send us? We'd love to hear your thoughts!!
We love and miss you all.
... the had a wide variety of plastic food outside and I just ordered from them.
After our China Town tour, we walked over to Harbor Land. We saw Kobe's Port Tower, weddings almost everywhere you looked, and the beach. This beach wasn't a beach at all. Maybe in Kobe but not anywhere else. It was basically a big sandbox. Maybe 25 feet by 10 feet. It was pretty funny. Kids were playing in it though making sand castles so it wasn't going unused.
And that's ...
Friday 10th December 2010
Osaka, Japan (By Rob)
It was our last morning in Japan, as we were on our way to Osaka International Ferry station, to make our way to China- Shanghai. We were a bit cheeky, getting to the terminal because our JR passes were out of date, but when asked for our passes we quickly showed them, making sure our fingers were covering the number 9th which was valid up to yesterday! Haha we got away with it, The Japanese aren't that smart, 1-0 ...
... room (one of which being the owner who doesnt understand the concept of hitting snooze 15 times at 7:30 in the morning as being annoying).
For the evening I wakled around the Doutonbori district of Osaka which is about a 15 minute walk from the hostel (one of the few plus points) and saw some of Osakas famous advertising sites and ate their staple food TAKOYAKI! At a scant 350 yen for six, it was definitely my cheapest time having ...