Hotel Landmark Umeda
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... Still thinking about it. Then I finally managed to get the team to play tourist. We hopped on the bus and headed for Kiyomizudera Temple. It seems as if so did everyone else. The place was teeming with people, especially women wearing kimonos. The image I will take away from Kyoto is women wearing kimonos taking selfies. Everywhere! To get to the temple we walked up this hill via a lane filled with restaurants, tea houses ...
... is also a video playing showing a young women being groped on the train and three other guys accost the perv. There is a big problem of groups of men surrounding women on the subway and groping them apparently hence the pink carriages. Not a great advert for common decency if you have to be encourage to stop sexual assault on a public train. Aftera quick unpack we headed out to explore and visit a few pre-planned sites, first on the list was the Umeda ...
... vendor lights and storefronts take over. Eat a hearty breakfast and head for the Buddhist mountains as the concrete gives way to dirt paths, spirits, and the stillness of nature. Seal the deal with a visit to the grandeur that is Osaka castle pass all the Japanese couples and families enjoying the splendor.
Most importantly, choose a restaurant, take a seat and enjoy, this is what Osaka is all about. Taking it one bite at a time.
... we realize how much our Maui home is designed using traditional Japanese architectural principals.
The décor is very simple, but elegant, with one vase, or beautiful bowl being the centerpiece of a room’s furnishings. We have all of the modern conveniences, including our beloved heated floors and massaging, auto-wiping toilets, as well as wifi and daily breakfast delivered to our door each morning. This will be a fun home stay!
... men are shorter (haha). Later on, I gave my host parents their 'thank you gift', which included a book about New Zealand. They are really interested in travel, and always speak of wanting to go to New Zealand, so they were really impressed with the book, especially as it has spectacular pictures of the landscape and cities. At some point during this time, I ended up having to give a background on New Zealand history - thank goodness our history is short, so it only took half ...