Hotel Nikko Osaka
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After checking out of the hotel in Kyoto, headed straight to the Kyoto Shinkansen Station to board a hikari train which took 20min to reach Shin-Osaka, Took a cab and headed straight to Nikko hotel to complete the check in formalities and drop off the luggage. The best part of this hotel is that Shinsaibashi subway is right below the hotel in …
... park going on anything we could see. We went on the Backdraft Experience before heading to Jurassic Park. This also had a long queue which was mostly in the sun, as we got closer to the front there were metres and metres of undercover/shaded queue systems that for some reason they chose not to use. This seemed to be quite a common thing here which was frustrating. If your already queuing an hour for a ride then you would rather not be doing it in blazing sunshine. Kayley's only ...
... No! We want Kelsi to help! She is cute!" The students are so funny! Later on in the day I was at my desk in the English office when some students came in to say hello. One boy came specifically to ask if I had a boyfriend, and when I said yes he collapsed onto the floor - "Nooooo!!" How dramatic. He proceeded to ask me questions about "my boyfriend" (haha). Meanwhile, the other teachers in the office were laughing at his questions and reactions, perhaps ...
... the weight of my luggage down I only brought two books with me to read. I finished them ages ago when I was in Sapporo. Lonely Planet said that a store called Junkudo had a good selection of English-language books so I decided to pay them a visit. I found the right building but I think it's closed due to building renovations. I headed back to my hotel.
... is very hot and humid here.Even at night temperature only "drops" to about 29 C. This little remote was definitely my favorite item of the day - aaah sleeping in a cool and dehumidified room, great !
After that Mrs Arakawa dropped us of at the University to get my bike. We took the bike back to my apartment so I would now the route. The Japanese people really scare me in traffic. I thought that I was used to a bit of craziness living in Maastricht for three years now and having ...