Hotel Osaka Baytower
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... I still find the stone gardens to be quite bizarre and interesting, even though a garden filled with colour would be way more beautiful for the temple grounds
- I saw things in the temple that tamahiro taught me about yesterday. The guardians at the front having one mouth open and the other shut, and the green and orange colours of the temples
- it's so cute to see the groups of school girls in their uniforms and cozy scarves as they skip/walk in ...
... on the bamboo mat covered floors. Putting the bed together requires personal instruction!
And SHOES! Take them off as you come in. Grab a pair of slippers to wear in the house. But if you go in a bedroom with a bamboo mat, take them off before entering. Put them on when you leave and take them off when you need to use the bathroom. In there you can use the shared slippers that stay in that room.
The Emmaus Directors are enjoying the time to get to fellowship ...
... take a photo after with this wombat ! The school kids laughed so much but we got our photos and off we went again. Returning to Osaka rather tired we met up with my Japanese family !! We went to an izakaya and enjoyed more food. We again were spoilt. I got to catch up with my "Japanese nephews " they are at school . They were learning English and They are growing up so fast ... After dinner we went to have an onsen which was so refreshing !! Was ...
... decent snow fall. I spent a day at a resort about 50 minutes way called Rusutsu. It is nowhere near as big as Niseko, but the terrain is quite different. Loads and loads and loads of trees and hardly any people there. It had a very good drop of snow overnight and we were finding powder stashes all day. ON the negative, I hit a tree pretty hard. Just couldn't turn in time and smacked into it side on at a pretty decent ...
... shade, the air was not uncomfortably hot nor too humid. I got up and headed back uphill, but soon paused briefly to pretend to take photos while actually eavesdropping on a French family of three. The woman in a blonde pixie cut was talking about the prices of shoes in Japan, I think. It was just comforting to hear the low "sh" sound of the language. Moments like these help to put things into perspective. Two years ago I studied in France for five months, and now I was ...