Hotel Unizo Osaka Yodoyabashi
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... to straight to the Spider-Man ride with purpose. The park at this point had been open one hour and the queue already said it was 90 minutes so we decided to go for it. It ended up only being around an hour queue and the ride was fantastic. It was the first time that Kayley got to go on the ride and if she enjoyed it this much not understanding a word as it was in Japanese then we can't wait to go on it when we are next in Florida. As we had got this tick done we decided just to walk ...
... we'd better check and stopped a young woman who looked to be local. I know I've said it many times before, but I can't stress enough just how kind and helpful the Japanese are. Yet again, this complete stranger indicated she would take us to the hotel and led us part-way back the way we had come, to show us a shortcut we had missed. I hobbled as fast as I could but had to stop every so often when the pain became too much and, thanking her, I indicated that she ...
... with them. I'm not really into that, so I was so thankful to have to tend to the students with the speeches during my lunchtime instead! Stupidly, I said "Maybe next week!" Here's hoping they'll forget, but their enthusiasm when they agreed makes me think otherwise! I might have to go into hiding (haha).
The students I helped read their speeches to me, and once again I gave them more advice. Although, it seems ...
... We are currently on the Shinkansen reading, taking the time to enjoy the scenery and relaxing before our long journey back to Melbourne. Japan has been a lovely adventure. We have particularly enjoyed the countryside and the friendliness of the people. There are still many places in Japan where it is difficult travelling without the Japanese language but somehow we managed to not get lost and always managed to find someone with at least a touch of English. All in all a lovely ...
... off ready for bed. A sneaky
peek into the dorms though I could see they all had individual
curtains round their bunk so perhaps that would have been better.
Having dropped out bags, we set off to meet Thomas again (ended up
being for the last time) at Osaka castle. We chose a good day to go
as there was some kind of charity event going on in the park where we
got to see some dancing and listen to some singing. The castle
itself, was very interesting, ...