Hotel The Next Kanku
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... br> but also there is no time to gather information about the place I will visit,
because there is so little about their area.
I will join in their small community including locals and also volunteers from around the world.
It is my first time to do something related to agriculture.
I am not sure if I can help them well,
but I hope that I will meet lots of people there and share time with them together!
... at the front door and have slippers to wear inside and for the toilet you have special plastic toilet slippers so if you tread in wee you don't spread it round the house. We are now very good with chopsticks and have got our own. We can't read the Japanese writing, it is like symbols but a lot of signs are also in English and the restaurants have plastic copies of the dishes in the window we can point to. We have had an origami lesson that was very cool ...
... time we go to another city we think 'oh it can't be as big as the last one we just saw' but yes they are :) Osaka is a massive city, 360 degree views of buildings and high rise flats. Back to the train station, it is very very big. There is a dome over the whole building but it never closes anything in so it gives the impression that it goes on for a very long time.
Once we found our way out of the station, we needed to find the information ...
... tous ses habitants.
Donc oui, j'ai de nouveau eu la chance de prendre des cours de SHODO (voir photos)
La première chose que j'ai apprise c'est que SHODO ne devrait pas être traduit par ''calligraphie'' car il ne s'agit pas de faire quelque chose d'agréable à voir mais d'accéder à un moyen de méditer. C'est pour cela que SHODO s'écrit avec ces deux kanjis : 書道 qui veulent dire ''la voie de l'écriture''. Le DO de SHODO est le même DO que l'on retrouve dans ...
... such a treat!
The next day on Sunday we had a totally lazy day as we didn't feel up for doing much. We decided to go out for an all-you-can-eat-and-drink special we found in a tourist booklet, but first we wanted to find an Irish pub to watch the Formula 1.
After failing to find any Irish pubs which were open (we later found out they all open at 5pm!) we came across Brian, an Irish guy who dragged us into the bar he was in. ...