The Westin Osaka
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... of the shops in the train-station that has any maps or other information in English. This is clearly a smaller city.
Fortunately I have picked a hotel just across the train-station and I have taken a picture of map (from the my computer) so I can walk to the hotel. It is still raining as I walk to the hotel ... clearly a good day to travel.
After having checked in at the hotel ...
Konnichiwa! By the time you read this, I will be in Japan!!
All the flight stuff went fine, with just a half an hour wait at the very start of the trip and almost a freak out when they said i needed a return flight (they didn't realise I had a visa) and now just living with a very kind host family.
My first day at school went very well, a few meetings and things to get organised and many ...
... of monies found: 17.78 Euros, 8.05 soles, 26 cents American, 10 cents Bolivian,1 cent Canadian, 15 swiss francn'cents , 11 Czech Republic things, 5 cents Croatian, 2 Hungarian fillers (not in use), 10 Romanian lei cents, 3.70 pounds, 1 ukranian coin, 3 Danish kroner, 22 Norwigian kroner, 2.4 Latvia lats (no longer in use, exchanged for 2.85 euros at the bank), 1 Lithuanian Centu, 71 Polish cents, 3.5 Thai baht, 150 Indonesian Rupia, 15 Singapore cents, 20 Malaysian cents, ...
... hakuba to the snow. By the end of huge day we will have got a total of six trains, pretty crazy! We saw our first bit of snow in japan through the window of the shinkansen, it was beautiful and we could see the mountains in the distance covered in snow. I can't wait to get to it! Yay! We will spend two nights in hakuba, then two nights at a place called takaragawa onsen resort, which is meant to be lovely, with the natural hot springs surrounded by snow! So ...
... our bags and crossed the road to Nijo-jo, which was a Shogun's castle. It had big gates and stone defence walls. There was an elaborate building where the Shogun received guests and feudal Lords. Most of the rooms had painted murals but as they are so delicate, photos were not allowed. We had to take our shoes off to enter. The floors were wooden and squeaked like birds as you walked on them. This was a deliberate design ...