Hotel Plaza Osaka
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... day! I had three outfits to model, and pressure to do them justice! I got good feedback though, so perhaps I did okay after all. There are 200-odd photos from the shoot, being a model is hard work!
After the photo shoot we had to pack up all of our stuff and go to dinner. At the place we had our own little tiny room almost, there were wooden sliding doors and we stepped down to the table. It still had the restaurant atmosphere, ...
... a Western union agency, the best experience I had in Osaka was the hotel. The city are great and what's better than to stay right the hart of it. This capsule hotel that I'm staying in has 3 levels/floors divided in storage, spa/bath and the capsule it self. A awesome stay but you literally share the room with 40 others so bring earplugs.
... above any hotel we have stayed at before and offers the most authentic Japanese experience of pampering, relaxation and great food.
Over the next week we had an amazing time in Kyoto taking in the many sights to be seen around the city or just strolling around the wonderful streets and indulging in the great food and sweets. Attractions included the Kinkaku-ji temple or as it commonly known the golden pavilion a golden temple built over a lake and surrounded by gardens. ...
... Larsson book and they are fantastic - so pleased that a few of you convinced me to read them. Such a terrible tragedy that someone so talented (and so young) could die of a heart attack before they were published. Another good reason to rest up today. Tomorrow we are heading to Tokyo so will update you then. Thanks for the emails and messages. Love D-M
PS pleased to hear that there will be plenty of Taipans supporters taking my place for the game.
... to Kurashiki maybe 20 minutes after we'd got off the Shinkansen.
Dashed into the info office at Kurashiki station and back out with map and brochure in hand about a minute later.
Maybe 10 minute walk to the Bikan Historical Quarter. Was a bit more fancy pottery shops/trendy cafes, less historical quarter than either of us expected. The canal area was beautiful and if we'd known maybe wouldn't have ...