The Westin Osaka
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... and very cheap umbrellas, Wendy, Cindy and I headed back to the station (the stations are like mini malls here), and found a nice little restaurant in the food court for dinner. We've been sharing a lot of meals so I can't remember what I had here, but the food has been excellent and though I'm still a bit of a wuss when it comes to trying new foods, I have been trying to stick to my commitment of at least one new thing a day.
After dinner, ...
... not to hear anything that falls on the floor 2. Taking two coins, he places one into the pocket of an unsuspecting and very drunk lady. He then shows the second coin to the audience and says that he will make it disappear. 3. With the hand now holding the coin, he stretches the arm out behind the head of the lady and with a flick of the wrist he flings the coin across the room and out of sight 4. He shows the audience his empty palm and the illusion that the coin has disappeared ...
... a week ago, it was good, but the Center 4 burger still sits at the top of my all-time burger list. The title is safe for now.
Completely full, we skipped desert and returned to the hotel for what is, sadly, our 2nd last night.
On the agenda for tomorrow, honestly, isn't much. We're keeping our fingers crossed that the weather is kind to us so that we can do Osaka Castle, and other than that, we'll probably make it up as we go along.
... we spotted our Japanese tutor from uni coming down the corridor off the plane. What a coincidence! I knocked on the window and waved, and she was quite shocked to see me, but I like to think she was pleased. Waiting at the gate felt like we were already in Japan, nothing like being surrounded by Japanese people - may has well have already arrived there. Perhaps this was a taste of what I was about to experience in the next month.
We finally got to Tokyo ...
... handy work. It's Japan's fast food and there's plenty of slurping and scoffing going on. There's a bowl of raw eggs at the table along with Soy Sauce and some very sweet red fruits. After the bowl of pork belly noodles arrive, a raw egg should be cracked into the bowl and mixed with the meat broth to compete the flavour. Sharon doesn't do raw, so opted for the cooked seasoned egg instead. Rice & Gyoza provide a nice side dish. Day 2 in Kyoto brings more ...