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Travel Blogs from Osaka
... icicles. At least they had fun.
By the time 4pm had come around we knew we wouldn't have a chance to eat dinner until it was served on the plane, probably at close to 10pm, so we went to Mosburger for a light meal before heading back to the hotel. Mosburger is a burger chain in Japan which has a series of burgers which look fantastic on the menu, and come out tiny and disappointing when served.
I ordered a "Giant Cheeseburger" which looked roughly the ...
... cook the egg on the gas. Next thing Kaz says, 'it's safe to eat raw egg in Japan', which thoroughly confused us until we saw what we were supposed to do. You cook the food on the gas plate and once ready, dip it in the raw egg and then eat it. The cooked food was really good but we struggled with the raw egg part!
We went back to Kyoto the following day for more temple viewing. The first temple, Kokedera, is a moss Zen temple dating back to 1338. We had a really ...
... of a nothing kind of day today, small purchases only, not much room in the bags. Haven't been able to find any jewellery stores to buy a charm for my charm bracelet, will have to search in Singapore. I'm hoping Kevin's sister Rosalind will steer us in the right direction.
Managed to waste a few hours so far, have been wandering around the Grand Front Osaka dept store, so many beautiful but expensive things. Lucky there's no room in our bags. Took some photos though.
... one. There is even a button you can press that just makes the sound of a toilet flushing! Why the heck did anyone come up with that idea? The flush button or handle already had that section covered only it also disposed of whatever was left in there. Keep it simple Japan.
A big shout out to those that came, it was an awesome trip! Oh and the coat I picked up thankfully belonged to Pete and not just a random Japanese man. So I’m not a thief as I momentarily worried.
... a little unsure of
eating so much white bread and white rice but I have yet to find anything in
China that is whole grain so I have given in a little to the processed
stuff. My favorite variety is stuffed
with cabbage and carrot and is usually a little spicy.
Not much else to report on but I will update probably after
my Japan segment as I know I will be taking a lot of pictures and I can’t wait
to tell about the ...