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... surprisingly comfy, although the pillows had wooden beads in which were odd but not uncomfortable. The sliding doors are common around Japan but these ones were a bit squeaky - we were a little confused at first as they sound like angry puppies!
The staff there were friendly and spoke English, we were amazed at what good value for money the place was, so thank you Hostel 64 for making us welcome on our first few nights!
... seats. We got on the first train we saw, inside there were two rows of seats two thick with open areas between the doors with lots of handles hanging from the metal railings. We leaned against a divider next to the door and took our packs off our backs and settled in for the long train ride.
Over an hour and many stops later we finally arrived in Osaka station. We managed to find our way out of the terminal ok but then we had no idea how to get from here to ...
Today I'm going site seeing in Osaka city it self.
First I'm going to see the Sky Building where one can see the city from the 32. floor. :-)
Around the Sky Building trees have been planted and one must behave in this tranquil environment and the signs indicate!
Steps / strides today: 10992
... Indonesian Rupia,15 Singapore cents, 20 Malaysian cents, 1 Japanese Yen
# of times we did laundry: 7
# of languages we know how to say Butterfly in: 30
# of holes Amber's sneakers: 4
Next stop: exploring Osaka
... up to Niall and I with a little speech on a piece of paper. She said next week, she wants us to come to the English-Speaking Club after school and teach them about Ireland and New Zealand. So I guess that is happening! I just wish it wasn't on my busiest day. I also finished revising the speech of the girl who left it to the last minute. She has one night to memorize it - I hope she does ok! ...