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Osaka did not have any real attraction but as it was on the way we dipped our toe in for the day.
We both have a love of animals, preferably not in captivity, but as Osaka has one of the largest aquariums in the world, we thought it worth a visit. It is most famous for its gigantic whale shark, but the aquarium actually has a huge selection of marine life. ...
... paid. But it turned out they run out of the small single rooms (like the ones we stayed in in Osaka), and had upgraded us to 3 double rooms next to each other. That was a pleasant surprise as I'd started to feel a bit claustrophobic in the Osaka room after just a few hours.
By this point it was about 7pm in the evening, so we decided to head out for a quick bite to eat before catching up on some sorely needed sleep. However, once we left ...
... lights looked awesome. We picked a restaurant pretty quick because we were all starving. Xavier got talking to a French couple who were sat next to us. They recommended that we tried Okonomiyaki with is a fried cabbage pancake. Doesn't sound that amazing, but it was fantastic and they cooked it right in front of you. It went down a treat with a nice cold beer. After our lovely meal we went back to our hotel to get some sleep. We all agreed to meet the next morning at 9am ...
... bad, that I don't know how I am going to tell him that I didn't even understand what the essay is about! So that will be an interesting conversation tomorrow.
I had only three classes today, all of which I had to be a parrot and read some passages and vocabulary. I'm flattered that the teachers want me to help their students using my pronunciation, but I wish I could do something more productive than ...
... We caught the train the next day (as easy as pie, although
a little pricey) and a fast, clean, spacious, and comfortable journey
to Tokyo took place.
If you cross the road when the man is red (and the road is clear
obviously) have a look at the Japanese faces – they would never do
such an unlawful act!
Yes. Osaka is said to be an unsung place to visit in Japan and we
would agree and feel we could have ...