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... down the road giggling.
- went Into the public bathroom At the temple, it was a squat tori let. Ah come on hahah I thought we were over those disgusting contraptions!
- walked around tennoji park. It was free because the gardens were closed off, maybe for repair I'm not sure. I bet it would be beautiful in the summer with all the rose bushes. There is also tons of lights set up for a light festival in the evenings. The best was a series of ninja poses that ...
... Men and women go into their separate sections to wash while sitting on small stool and then go soak in various hot tubs. For relaxation you can't rush this experience! I got to have a long talk with Mary Clift and Jim visited with the men during this time.
Then we drove up into the mountains northeast of Osaka to our retreat house, named by it's owners "Emmaus Mountain Retreat", now truly Emmaus! The trees grow right beside and behind the house and during the meetings we ...
... systems are clean and safe. There is a small problem with "gropers" on the train. This is when men will touch women...another reason to always dress modest while here. Inappropriate dress sends the wrong message. There is even a sign on the doors of trains that says, "No perverts allowed" and tells people to talk in a loud voice if they are touched. I was surprised to see this as every single place we have been has been ...
... around Sumiyoshi Taisha is that it is free. As with typical Japanese shrines, you can ring the bell and pray for good luck. As this is one of the oldest shrines in Osaka, the architecture of the shrines are slight different. I didn't notice any English descriptions but the place was easy to find. If you had to choose between Shi-tennoji and Sumiyoshi Taisha for ...
... over the noise of people yelling, and the blaring music from the pachinko parlours. For those unaccustomed to it, the spectacle of Dotonbori is a complete assault on the senses, and definitely takes some getting used to - but once you do, it quickly becomes an unforgettable experience.
Even better than the spectacle of Dotonbori is the food - how could you not love a place like this? Now, preconceptions can be both a good and a bad thing, but in the case ...