Nest Hotel Shinsaibashi
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- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
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... of games for it. I sent the night playing Mario brothers two on the original Japanese famicon as well as a bunch of others. Adam was ripping Megaman 2. After getting fairly drunk we took to the streets looking for fried chicken. We tried to go into a maid bar but they could not speak English and we were asked to leave. RACISTS!
About today's Title. "Gaijin" Means "outside person" and is used by Japanese as a derogative term ...
Today we leave our beloved Miyajima and head north to Osaka for the last 9 days of our Japanese experience. The ferry and train combo to Osaka is a slow one. We have to take local or express trains with our ticket pack we bought, so the going is slow. We travel almost the entire day with like 6 different train changes. The day is long but we get to see a lot of beautiful countryside on the way which is always nice. When we finally get to Osaka and our hotel, we are kind ...
... of the train, and the couple of rail officials who standing on the platform, now all staring at me with either horrified or disapproving looks, I boarded the train and took my seat. Oops.
After the aquarium, shopping and the somewhat more interesting train ride, we were all pretty exhausted, so we made a pact to not spend an hour deciding on a dinner venue tonight. That meant that the loudest, brashest restaurant enticed us in. ...
... but I think I fixed it! I then organised all my stuff. I'm a bit worried about my suitcase to be honest, it turns out I have bought more than I thought! So that will be interesting trying to fit it all in there and keep it under 23kg.
It was raining today, so I wasn't looking forward to biking to school. Most people here can bike one-handed with an umbrella in the other hand, but I don't think I'm so skilled. But ...
... Saturday. I am super excited for this, not only for the theme park, but also to see a familiar face and speak some English for a change.
At about 8pm, I said to my host parents that because of the time difference, it was already my birthday in New Zealand (would have been midnight-ish at home). So because of this, they decided we should sing and have cake then! I had my birthday the night before my actual birthday.