Hotel Plaza Osaka
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... from being used to winning. Thankfully they broke the deadlock within a minute of half time, while half of the group were still in the toilets, to the amusement of the others who saw the goal. Osaka then hit the woodwork twice and looked set to win until a tense last 5 minutes saw Sendai score a 93rd minute equaliser. There was not the sense of utter dejection I expected(or have come to expect as a Swfc fan) at this last minute ...
Osaka castle was built in 1612 but was already burnt down 3 years later. The castle has been burnt down three times. In it's latests restoration, in 1997, it only looks the same on the outside where as the inside is a modern museum.
The park or old garrisons around the castle is great walk; even in the light rain.
It is quite odd to walk in rain when it is 30 degrees C ... I'm just glad that camera gear is rainproof.
Suddenly it happened, we pierced through the thick grey clouds and beneath us, only 300 meters, were the famous rice fields I had seen so many times on television. Placid still water preserving the precious rice surrounded by the everlasting lush trees and green plantation.I felt a strong feeling of acceptance. It wasn't the new country excepting me, but me, my heart opening itself to the country I have studied about throughout high-school and have longed to ...
... meet them as I'd heard so much about them! We headed into the city to meet her friends at one of the big city stations. Nat had told the girls to choose a spot to eat that they liked. Not all of the girls spoke english but two of them spoke pretty good english so we got by with their translations back and forth. They took us to this really cool place. You had to ride a lift to get there and it was full of little private rooms. Our room was for us ...
... to worship and
beseech a particular deity, a coin will be dropped into the box, a moment of
reverence, and the then worshipper may ring a bell hanging over the coin
box. This Temple is not one building. This is spread over many acres and up the
side of the mountain. The upward path is
paved like a sidewalk and has many steep flights of rock steps. At every plateau, is another deity to worship