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So today we are off on our trip to Japan! Both of us were up untill the candles were well and truly burnt out, packing! iAnd in true historical form, NO planning for me! grab bag. I realised I had far too many dirty cloths that I wanted to take with me but not enough time towash them all Soooo, I headed to our friendly laudromat and proceded to use 7 machines simultainiously then power dryers...a days laundry complete in under 1 hr....i really should do laundry more ...
Today we had gone to Riku's school it was cool! we walked there it was really far we could not get into the school because I wasn't a student. After we took photos and we went to auntie Kayo's house, she was like a waiter she was so excited to see me and I was happy to see her too! we had tried new things and Japanese ice blocks they were nice to eat.
... that it is and clicking a few pictures, I then make my way back towards Osaka and David's place. It's about 4pm by the time I reach David and I've got a reserved seat to Hiroshima via the Shinkansen at 5.22pm from Shin Osaka. I make it quite easily, also picking up the famous Osaka Okononiyaki to try before the journey.
The Shinkansen tears through central Japan like an angry bear through its favourite cotton candy and I'm at Hiroshima by sundown. And that's over 300km in ...
... sizes here, its not you. trust me." After a slight confidence push back I discovered that an extreme coffee headache was overtaking my senses and urgently Nat directed us to Starbucks. Starbucks turns out to be the only spot that one can get a Latte in Japan. We sat and enjoyed each others company and reflected on the many coffee times spent in Ballarat in Hudsons, Java, and GMB. We really needed to go to the bathroom at this point and ...
... to chuckle as I heard 'The Long and Winding Road’ sitting in Japan eating fried rice. The Japanese music is either American oldies
or Disney tunes. I’ve head nothing
uniquely Japanese since arrival.
Japan is known as the "Land of the Rising Sun." The
skies finally cleared and I saw that sun for the first time since arrival 3
days ago. It got very warm very quickly,
as we made the trip to the city ...