Kansai Airport Washington Hotel
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Mount Koya-san From Osaka, with a train ride a little over an hour and then a 10 mins cable car up the mountain, we arrived in the highlands valley of Koya-san at an elevation if 900m. Koyasan is home to an active monastic center founded about 1200 years ago.. It is a place of worship for japanese and pilgrims, and Buddhist training and Temple Lodging are available for tourists like us who would like to experience the culture of Buddhhism. It was a ...
... All the beers were great so good we got roadies for the train trip back. Makoto took his family home and Marc and I went back with Andy to the Coolabah. We only had a couple of hours before we had to meet Ichi for Nomakai. We had a few beers and listened to music before it was time to leave and meet the guys. We met Makoto at the appropriate spot and he took us to the Kushikatsu restaurant. Kushikatsu is ...
Train doesn't leave for an hour so I got a bite to eat and coffee at the station. Chatted with a French lady out here visiting her son and daughter and she gave me some tips on places to visit, off the foreign tourist path, which is what I am looking for. She is an air traffic controller and was feeling 'burnt out' after a very busy summer in Bordeaux. Very nice perspective on Japan, ...
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We then went for a walk and bought an ice-cream and eventually had to go our separate ways as I had to go home and Matt back to Australia the next day.
So that was my weekend with Matt, it was ncie to have a small catch up with someone from home.
Fun Fact: People don't really say goodbye on the phone (or see ya later for that matter) but usually say 'Sumi masen' which is excuse me.
Peace Out ...
... city complex in the heart of Osaka. The third-busiest rail station in the world, Osaka/Umeda receives 2.4mm passengers daily and is the hub of all activity. Our hotel was very close to the train station, which was quite convenient. Reaching late afternoon, we headed up to the Floating Gardens observation deck of the nearby Sky Center Osaka building, which is a space-age structure whose inspiration must ...