Hotel Monterey Lasoeur Osaka
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... shops. The Japanese love their souvenirs which are mostly food based. Some of these shops have a great history. We saw one established in 1689. We caught the bus to the temple. Packed both ways. Unfortunately on the way back another bleed. *^#** tablets still in his system. Poor Charles not having much fun these last couple of days. Then one more while in a pharmacy trying to get advice on what to do. I had been worried as ...
... AKA The Floating Garden. A quick subway ride gets us to the Umeda district, it seems to be the business area of Osaka and there are a lot more stereotypical black suits, white shirts and black ties than in Yokohama and definitely more than in Namba. The Sky Building is regarded as one of the top 20 architectural buildings in the world and when we get to the top via a few escalators and another super fast lift we get an amazing view of the city and from outside as ...
"Take a drink; And you'll sinkTo a state of pure inebriation
You'll be tanked; Like the whole Irish nation!
When you drink enough of my beer; You will find this magic rule
Make your every joke a jewel; You'll drive drunker than Oksana Baiul!
Go on buds, drink my suds; Till you've reached that pure inebriationThough the beer may be free, you're just renting it from me"
Got a good sleep in to recover from last night of drinking, after all ...
... stop, the UNESCO world heritage site of Nijo Castle, is a short 10 minute walk from our home. The castle was originally built in 1603 as the official Kyoto residence of Icyasu, the first Tokugawa Shogun. It was finally completed in 1626 by the Third Tokugawa Shogun, Icmitsu. Amazingly, it has stood through all of these years, never being seriously damaged by fire or earthquakes, and is a magnificent structure. We weren’t allowed to ...
... to cover basically all of it. It was also good to know that having to study the importance of Waitangi Day every year from primary to college finally came in handy! Coincidentally, I leave here on Waitangi Day, so it was sort of fitting.
Tomorrow I leave for home. My journey starts at 11am Japan time on 6th February and I will arrive home at about 1.30pm New Zealand time on the 7th. A long travel time! I will definitely miss Japan, but I look forward to coming ...