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Our carrier to Osaka was again Philippines Airlines. This time on an Airbus A330-300, the largest plane in the fleet.
The flight was a breeze. Instead of having screens in the back of every set they had free movies streaming through the plane's wifi. Every device also had 15 minutes of free internet access. We got two blog posts published at 35,000feet! The highlight was the food, red and white wine, Asahi lager and ...
... bed (or should I say double bed) was separated with blinds and Japanese style curtains at the foot of each bed acting as doors. I said to David 'I feel like a Feudal lord!'. On the bed was hostel branded tissues and welcome ear buds to drown out snorers! This was perhaps the most stylish hostel I had ever stayed at.
To add further to the stylish feel of this hostel, they had 4 different types of showers located on different levels throughout ...
Travelled back to Osaka on the mighty Shinkansen, which incidentally is celebrating 40 years this year, begs the question. What the hell have we been doing in Australia? Can you imagine a super fast, reliable train service linking Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane? Anyway that's a discussion for another day.
We arrived back around 4 pm and Sean was meeting Makoto at 6 for a quick ...
... which represents the 'pure land of Buddha in this world'. It has gold foil on lacquer on the top two levels with a gold Phoenix at the top and is set next to a lake and gardens. Too stunning. There was also a 600 year old bonsai tree in the gardens. I had a good laugh when Kaz told me to take a photo of the Cleaner, because then I'd really be a Japanese tourist!
The Fushimi Inari Taisha shrine was Lloyd's favourite. It had 10000 shrine gates that were given in worship for ...
We made it to Japan. It's one of those places about which we had no idea what to expect, and couldn't quite believe we were there. As soon as we got off the plane though, the super-slickness kicked in. We'd bought a Japan Rail pass in HK, which meant we could get straight onto a train into town. No ordinary train though, this was the cleanest, shiniest train we'd ever seen, and a taste of things to come. Of course, it left exactly on ...