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... I wanted to yell "DRIFT" as we went down but opted out as I was afraid he actually would do it and I didn't want that at what ever crazy altitude that bridge was.When we got to the Shrine it was really pretty and scenic. It is one of the oldest in japan being constructed prior to 965 in the Heian period. The red arch bridge was crazy to walk on and offered a great view of traditional Japanese gardens and architecture. Opting not to disrupt ...
... milk tea. The winner is a tie between the bread and the curry. It was really tasty.
Well, after a fulfilling dinner (I'm stuffed), we made our way to Shinsaibashi, which is the famous shopping street in Osaka. The tour guide said that if we are looking to buy branded merchandise, we should turn left and for the non-branded ones or shops for aunts, we should turn right. Well, after snapping a shot at the name of the street, we decided to turn right first. ...
... 40 minutes of waiting time. After the castle fell silent, having seen it once, most people headed for the exit, only to be replaced by new people.
We knew they would do this, so we moved to the edge of the musical illumination display to get ourselves a perfect position for when the illumination cycle started again.
Japanese people are on the whole very courteous and considerate, except when they think they're missing out on something. As ...
... school, I made many of these origami fortune things that you can use in a game with other people. He was surprised that I still remembered how to make them, and I was actually quite surprised myself! After school, I had go to ESS Club Activity with Niall - meeting with a group of students who meet up weekly to practice their English conversation. I didn't have a map of New Zealand or any pictures of the country but Niall ...
... Lucky, it was one of the first off. After that, Hugh and I said goodbye so I could go find my flight transfer. I asked the nearest airport worker which way I should go (first Japanese of the trip, can't say it was overly impressive!) He seemed to know what I was saying, and so I was pointed in the right direction. A Japanese air hostess spotted I was off to Osaka (and that I was late) and rushed me to my gate at the domestic terminal, which was so far from ...