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... few times. After some food we headed to Jaws the ride which was really good. We also went on Terminator 4D and Sesame Street 4D show which were both good but we were slightly lost in translation.
After feeling we had given the rest of the park a good amount of time we headed towards Harry Potter land, we were quickly stopped and told we would have to get a ticket and only be given access if our ticket is picked in a lottery!! We were fuming as there had been no indication of this ...
5th - 8th April My flight landed in Osaka at 7pm. The weather was shocking. It was really cold and ******* down. We had to walk from the plane to the terminal. Luckily they give us umbrellas. I then had to wait in line for about an hour to go through customs. They only had three people working and one of the was just for Japanese citizens. I was beginning to lose my temper. I just wanted to find a hotel and go to bed. When I finally got my luggage I hoped straight on a train ...
... br> I also helped out in Niall's classes, he is an architect from Ireland. Somehow he has ended up teaching English in Japan - turns out his wife is doing the Jet Programme at another school here so they both packed up and moved here for a year. His students are very well behaved so I found his classes to be the easiest to handle. The students had to write their own job resumès in English. Many girls wanted help, and when Niall went over to help them ...
... juggling pins out that lit up and were synchronized to the music he was playing. He never used them in his act but they were neat to watch. He did some stretches and balanced himself with one hand on a shaky table, all while still telling us he was warming up. Once his actual show started, a Japanese woman who was with an English speaking man, translated some of what he was saying, which was to cheer him on. His first trick was suppose to be balancing on a rolling pipe but that ...
... a subtle escape saying we already had
to be somewhere, realising he knew more then us about England
Our last day in Osaka was a bit of a failure. A long hunt for a
working ATM dragged the morning out and then we decided we should
plan and book for the rest of time in Japan due to the mix up with
the Osaka hostels already. We were also not feeling great, just over
a month of travelling is catching up with us, and so a 'shizzle' ...