RIHGA Royal Hotel Osaka
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Fabulous place to stay ! Extremely customer friendly staff & great location !!
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... hour or two at the aquarium, and then left in search of lunch. Wendy (who is generally not a fan of McDonalds), had been wanting to try a shrimp burger from the local Maccas here and I was keen to try the infamous 'black burger', so we ducked into a McDonalds on the way back to the Station.
The black burger was essentially a quarter pounder with some fried onions and weird garlic sauce on it. It was ok but nothing special, and I didn't ...
... works at USJ, and when I said I was going there on February 1st, he was so upset that he won't be working that day.
After lunch I went to my last class, did some more parroting and then fixed up my speech. Luckily what I had written wasn't bad so that only took ten minutes. Tomorrow, I have to deliver it to the new students and parents. I don't think I've ever done so many speeches in such a short space of ...
... the Golden Pavilion from outside the gate. As you walk in you round a corner and suddenly there it is on the other side of a pond. It's pretty spectacular. As the name implies, it's gold. It's a three-story building with the upper two stories gilded. When I first arrived the water was choppy and you couldn't see the reflection in the water. Fortunately, the wind let up for a while and I got some good pictures.
... queue each time we passed the store. That is a sure sign that whatever the hell was in these dumpling looking things has got to be spectacular, right? That's what I thought too. Nope. The dumplings were chewwy steamed dough flavoured leather, and inside each chewwy ball of mediocrity was a pocket of onion flavoured meat, possibly pork, or chicken, or something else. Whatever it was, it wasn't good. It wasn't worth paying for, let alone lining up ...
... for sure.
I am learning so much everyday about the cultural differences that exit betwee Japan and other cultures even China and that being upfront in Chinese companies is good but it is a hinderance for you when working for a Japanese company. They expect you to talk aroud the issue and not be direct. My old boss Lindon would fit in so well here as he can take 20 minutes to say what it would take the rest of us 2 mins to say!
Said my goodbyes and headed back to ...