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... milk tea. The winner is a tie between the bread and the curry. It was really tasty.
Well, after a fulfilling dinner (I'm stuffed), we made our way to Shinsaibashi, which is the famous shopping street in Osaka. The tour guide said that if we are looking to buy branded merchandise, we should turn left and for the non-branded ones or shops for aunts, we should turn right. Well, after snapping a shot at the name of the street, we decided to turn right first. ...
... looked like the biggest, coldest pair of tourists. We certainly got some funny looks from passers by as the scurried to get out of the snow, dressed in their 5 layers of jumpers, jackets and thermal underwear.
After the mini snowstorm had subsided we returned inside to finish our meal, or at least eat as much of it as we could without making ourselves sick.
To get to the aquarium today we had to take 3 separate trains, and ...
... one night! No wonder teachers encourage their students to "be organised" and "start early". Even though I'm not the one giving the speech, I feel nervous for her!
After school I biked to cram school as usual and made up some more booklets. This time 70 instead of the usual 20. It did take longer than usual! I briefly met some of the classes, the students are primary school aged and so cute! On Monday I will assist in teaching them for the ...
... a comedian goes up to random tourists to ask them questions and since we we're now pros at this whole being famous thing we agreed. It ended up being a lot of fun and even though Jord confused the poor girl with golfing stories, I think it went well! They even gave us a link to check it out so if we end up going on Japanese tv we'll let you know! Fingers crossed that Spielburg watches Japanese tv because this is my one shot at being discovered so fingers crossed everyone! IT COULD HAPPEN ALRIGHT aha
Friday, July 5th: Yesterday we went to Osaka. It was a very hot, humid and rainy day so one wanted to stay inside the stores as much as possible since most of them have airconditioning. There were lots and lots of stores and so much to see, especially since we are all interested in anime figures. I got to go to Dolk store, the BJD store I visited in Tokyo. One thing I have not quite gotten used to is that stores can be up on ...
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