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Travel Blogs from Akashi
... pilgrim can rest her legs for a bit. It's time for Malena to take charge. Life just gave me a big ass lemon, but I'll make the best lemonada ever! Just watch me. Add some gin and it's a winner! So at 12noon this little monkey sat on a highway bus on her way to Osaka. Luckily I knew exactly where to go first. There's the cheapest place in Shin-Imamiya. I stayed there a few times before. The neighbourhood is real dodgy. But I like it. In ...
... browsed around City Walk. I think its a bit of a worry as I keep writing about browsing in stores or eating food. Anyway after feeling slightly browsed out I took the massive walk around the park to catch my ferry. But what else do you do on holidays?? I wasn't waiting for Nat for long and on her return we headed out for dinner to Shinsaibashi. We ate at a really ...
... la vie!
I am however, looking forward to a good old British cup of tea and a greasy full english breakfast.
No real plans for sightseeing on my last day today. I have packing to do and a few arrangements to make for my return journey. Plus I'm about 3 days behind on these diary updates, so I'm going to need to get up to date this morning.
Before that though, this morning I went for breakfast with another of the guests who ...
... of winding paths discovering temples as you go.
The park is also home to over a 1000 semi wild deer. Originally believed to be messengers of the Shinto gods these deer were afforded a similar status to cows in India. This had meant that they have lost their fear of humans and will Casually stroll pass you as you walk along.
This also means that ...
... that we’ve walked into a very busy little bar and although we receive a few glances from some of the patrons who have probably guessed that Yoshi is from out of town and who have definitely noticed that I’m from nowhere in Japan, we take two seats at the bar and have a look at the menu on the wall. Everything is written only in Japanese, which is exactly how I like it. Yet another thing that would deter most tourists.
This bar specialises in deep ...
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