R&B Hotel Kobe Motomachi
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... and moves in with her boyfriend. So that was interesting. And then I talked with Yuta and he was saying how in the Japanese culture you are supposed to be married by time you are 23-24 and he does not want to get married. The Japanese culture is changing so much in their young generation and this is happening a lot. Women and young people are going against their heritage and not getting married ...
... streets of Osaka, doing some shopping and indulging in the delicious okonomiyaki. In the evening we ended up in Namba the famous entertainment district with its distinct Osaka character and enjoyed some Sake and food at a Yakitori joint. Later on at home Marios elated (aka drunk) by the Sake and general happiness of being in Japan proceeded to explain to our patient (but clearly disinterested) host how many beats ...
... 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 ...
... that I wont get to try it again on this trip. It was that good.
Midway through the meal, who should show up, but Santa Claus, Mrs Clause, and 2 Japanese elfettes. Kinda weird, but the girls got a kick out of it. We chatted to Santa briefly (an American, as was his "wife") before they had to keep moving to spread merriment to other diners. They happily posed for photos with the girls though.
After fixing the bill, ...
... was supposed to be a 4 star and it was only a 2 star (possibly a 1 star) and this one isn’t much better. They took us to a room that was next to an emergency stairwell and something in there was blowing around and constantly knocking on the wall very loudly (we thought maybe somebody was trapped in there and sending us Morse code so I tapped back and became more insistent but I got a bit scared) – the lady who took us up to the room just giggled and left us to ...