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... kart and a transformers shoot 'em up which we were both hopeless at! Kim also finally won something on the grabber machines, so she was ecstatic with that! To celebrate such an important victory, I thought it only right that we went to Goldbeer faucets to celebrate, as the private function from earlier had now finished. It was worth the wait - I was really impressed with the selection and quality of the beers and it had a nice chilled out vibe to it. We had ...
... and navigated to our hut where we would eat. The food was amazing and I may havew had too much sake as I got drunk pretty quickly. The magic show was crazy I have no idea how he did the things he did. He made lemons appear in our cups. IT was nuts.
I don't remember most of the trip home I know we went to Hooters and I really needed to pee while on the train. I then gamed drunk for a bit and crawled into bed.
... moment, because I had a fabulous bar lined up in Osaka, but I thought I'd go in and have a cider, but when I asked they said they didn't serve it. So I walked on. A block away I stood for a few minutes pondering what my last night was going to be remembered for, and thought I'll go back, pay the cover and drink wine. Just because that's preferable to moping back at the hotel. Good move. I had a great time. They started out a little rusty but got it together ...
... free to enter but sometimes you have to make a booking to enter really early in the morning, but because I came later in the day I didn't have to. The Markets would be great for a school group purely to get a grasp of how fish is distributed around Japan and also learning how to capture and look after future fish stocks.
After grabbing a bite to eat at one of the local take away shops nearby, I ...
... loud and welcoming, and incredibly gracious. He took us with pride to temples, shrines, breweries, horseback archery, a Ninja Village, Geisha hunting, through beautiful countryside passes, alongside mountains and rivers, to beaches, lookouts and many many supermarkets (our breakfast and lunch each day). We sampled Kobe beef, some say the best in the world, and I spent an hour or so relaxing and washing in the buff at a serene Onsen. Japan was getting more beautiful by ...