Nabari City Hotel
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... as it is open to the public, allowing you to go up the skyscraper and take pictures.
I sat somewhere outside on a little wall in the shade with all our luggage and put my laptop on my knees to write more. I’ve found that my back isn’t quite capable of settling on the right position to sit in to allow for this. Japan is often lacking in seat backs, and I am not used to it. So there’s a tall guy with wild brown hair sitting on the ground outside some ...
... complexes that looked old, a bit more humble and where working-class citizens live. We also saw graffity all over the place for the first (and thus far only time) in Japan. We also rode the train by the Osaka Dome, home of the Orix Buffaloes (and Hanshin Tigers, who had a home game while we were in Osaka, and who use the stadium when they have been kicked out of their own home stadium for high ...
Went to the home city of our friend today to the Todaiji
temple, hope of a very famous Buddha (Daibutsu). What made it even better were
the herds of deer that followed you about, nipping at the squealing school
children who got close to them with food. They are sacred animals here and it
was great seeing them around ...
... to reach the temple, spotted some deers roaming along the foot path and nearby park. There were many tourists, locals and students at this time, not sure if there would be less people in the morning though. I'm not sure if the entrance fee was Y500 or Y800 but it's worth it to observe this magnificent structure. The big wooden hall of Daibutsu (the big Buddha) is set peacefully since ancient time (I lost count which period exactly for which ...
... late by this point so we went back to the
hostel. I discovered that I had been
bitten a few times on my legs at some stage – the bites are fecking
massive! I must have had an allergic
reaction to something because they’re massive red splotches and hot to the
touch. Antihistamines and bite relief
lotions were quickly taken – hopefully the swelling will go down
overnight. Tomorrow we head for ...