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 …
... same this far in each city I've visited. It's super helpful because it makes navigating the cities so easy! I got to my hotel in no time!
- the hotel is certainly not as nice as ayado, but it will do!
- I'm feeling more recharged for traveling and wonder what Australia would have given me. Br at the same time, I'm also so ready to go home and am really looking forward to spending the time with my family over Christmas
- Justin arrives at 3 so I ventured ...
... Men and women go into their separate sections to wash while sitting on small stool and then go soak in various hot tubs. For relaxation you can't rush this experience! I got to have a long talk with Mary Clift and Jim visited with the men during this time.
Then we drove up into the mountains northeast of Osaka to our retreat house, named by it's owners "Emmaus Mountain Retreat", now truly Emmaus! The trees grow right beside and behind the house and during the meetings we ...
... just kept going up and up the hill. It looked as if I would be spending a lot more time here than I thought I would. After passing the mosquito-infested breeding ground of a pond, I hiked up more steps to rest next to a small restaurant. The spot next to the giant bag of rice and small green plant was mine for the next 45 minutes as I people-watched. Small birds chirped happily in the bamboo forest, but they were periodically interrupted by the pessimistic ravens' ...
... plenty of time, and met Sumi, we waited til the appointed start time. While we were waiting another touristy looking lady (she was white ! like us ! ) came and asked us if we were on the walking tour. She was from Queensland, and was with her hubby, a business trip a bit of holiday time in Japan as well.
They have a property 300kms west of Brisbane and run beef on it - hence the business trip, for a conference re beef farming. Their names were Meg and Warren, very friendly and ...