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... who had take the 9 hours over night bus the night before. We all got a $5 bus pass for the day and took the bus to Nijo Palace. It was a beautiful palace and garden and then went to get lunch and find our town house. Yup, we rented a traditional ryokan town house for the night. A ryokan is the traditional sleeping quarters for Japanese where your bed is on the floor. It ...
... fantastic blue color and I look forward to sailing
through the Sea of Japan.
Once in Osaka, I don’t really have much to do. I joined an online group called couch surfers
where you can connect with people that host travelers at their house for
free. My first night I have a place to
stay with a local with the option to stay longer but I am hoping to move around
to different houses if possible. Osaka
is not ...
... wouldn't let us get off between stops though.
We eventually made it through the insanity of downtown Kobe, and back to our hotel. We were greatly assisted by the fact that the rest of Kobe was a comparative ghost town. Everyone was down in the main part of town preparing for Luminarie.
After dark, we rugged up warm, and headed out to find, and hopefully see Luminarie. Veronica was concerned that we wouldn't find it. I was ...
... and I am keen to get back into running if I can when we get back (after researching for hours on the internet to see how much they retail at in Australia) I got them for $65aud and they are $120.00 in Brisbane so a considerable saving!!! And then there were a few lows (the whole goldilocks saga with the hotel rooms and then the pork-fest at the restaurant, thank goodness I could at least know the difference between a pork cutlet and a prawn so was pretty safe with seafood ...
... two other people rather than thirty eight people in second class. We had been wondering who we would get to share with, as the boat tends to be used mainly by Chinese. Including ourselves, there were six westerners on board, two of which were assigned to our cabin - Gareth & Ilze from South Africa.
We settled ourselves in to our sumptuous cabin as we slipped very unceremoniously away from the quayside at Osaka. Ruth had taken precautions ...