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Travel Blogs from Osaka
... exhausted. Another 10 hours of sleep probably wouldn't have gone astray for any of us, especially if we knew what fun we'd face traveling home.
Morning coffee time had spilled over into the afternoon due to our late exit from the hotel. I'm certainly going to miss the fantastic Starbucks caramel machiato's.
Whenever I mention drinking Starbucks coffee, I'm almost universally mocked by whoever I'm speaking to, but honestly, Starbucks in Japan ...
... spot in English, but if he wanted me to deliver it in Japanese too, that he should have let me know way before ten minutes before doing it. He said ok (thank goodness), so it was decided that I'd just have to wing the speech in English. I went to the hall and congratulated the students, wished them well and all the rest. It felt strange, sort of like I was leaving too, which I suppose I am, but I was doing one of those stereotypical graduation speeches. ...
... it is such a beautiful city, with lots of greenery and canals with pretty lights. The jet lag finally caught up with me, who was very embarrassed to have fallen asleep on the boat, pictures of which will not be published. The boat trip ended in Central Osaka, which has seemingly endless shops and was packed with people. Kaz is a photographer and does the lighting for photo booths. We expected these booths to be like the standard photo booths in London but soon realised were very ...
... I’m close to a very huge hangover, I’m heading to a castle with a stranger and I’m lugging around this big-ass coat. I can at least eliminate one of those things to ease the pain. The locker swallowed my money, and it was expensive, I couldn’t hide my annoyance at wasting money and snarled at the locker. She then realised I was probably too tired for castles right now... well durr I haven’t slept; that was mean I seem to remember her being pretty ...
dropped to 3 degrees centigrade! The Jaws ride stood out in my mind
due to the fact that I had no idea what the ship's captain was saying
and everyone screamed loudly whenever Jaws popped out of the water.
Watching the Hello Kitty parade was also interesting. I had no idea
Hello Kitty had a rock band that plays Kiss' “I wanna rock and
roll”. There were tons of people at Universal Studios, braving the
cold, and the atmosphere ...