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... away style Bento box lunches.
Upon arriving in Osaka, the tour continued to the Pokemon centre. Being a Japanese creation that many students (and some teachers) have grown up with, there was great interest in seeing a new dimension of popular game icons on display and available for purchasing at this centre. Many came away with an abundance of new pokemons to add to their own personal collection.
Dinner was at a Turkish ...
... to get us out at the right exit. We knew that this hotel was not in the greatest part of town when we booked it but knew this would be just a place to sleep in Osaka and we wouldn't be spending much time in the room. As we walked closer to the hotel we started to recognise some of the signs around us, we had been some where very similar only a couple days before, the red light district. It was light and empty but it was quite obvious that this is why we were so central for ...
We came out here at this particular time to celebrate Andy's birthday with a slap-up meal of Udonski, here in Osaka. I was prepared to try and walk the few hundred yards or so to the restaurant but Andy wouldn't let me!
Very wisely, he counselled that the walking would only aggravate the toe ...
... we boarded the "Kansai Airport express rapid". They got the Kansai Airport bit right. I'd still argue with the "Express" and "Rapid" bit. The train was pretty much full when we boarded it, which is unpleasant at the best of times, and even moreso when loaded up with 6 bags of luggage, exhausted after 3 weeks non-stop wandering.
The girls eventually found seats. I with the suitcases had to stand for most of the monotonous 80 minute ride to the airport. For ...
... 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 ...