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... amazing vegetable Yakisoba (noodles) fried on the grill pan situated in the middle of our table. The rest of us shared some delicious Okonomiyaki and takoyaki and our favourite Suntory Malt Beer. We instantly felt energized and so incredibly excited about the rest of the trip. We slowly made our way back along the river and headed to our hotel to get some rest, ready for our mammoth shopping expedition the follow day. Osaka, thank you for being exactly as amazing as I remember ...
... numbers on them. To say there was no place to store the stroller is a vast understatement, there literally was no place, not even enough room to stand it up in front of me. I later found that everyone else with a stroller just left them in the breezeway.
The stadium itself was a bit dated, probably equivalent to a decent MLB stadium in the 70s or 80s. The fans were very involved. There were two "Band" sections full of ...
... ve had the chance to met some more seasoned travellers who have told me all about their own adventures so I've got plenty of ideas for next time. Anyway now it is the to say goodbye to Osaka and head on to my next destination, the ancient city of Nara. Ill be staying with a local couple who are hosting me on the condition that I do not speak any English during my stay. It's time to put my Japanese to the text. Lets hope they understand ...
... than just telling you ...or shrugging and saying 'I don't know mate'. Another communication problem with another polite man. He insisted on taking me from the hotel to the station when I left Osaka for Kyoto. He spoke very very little English ... about the same as my Japanese ... so we had some difficulty for this quite long walk. I eventually thought trying to exchange names would be a way of making conversation. He got 'Peter' quite quickly and I said 'jose' which I thought I ...
... my internship at the medical school, which is very interesting and insight full.
Fireworks are huge events in Japan and take place all over the country during summer. In my first week I had the great chance to watch two of Japans greatest fireworks. In Japanese fireworks are called hanabi which translated means "fire flower" and this beautiful word really does justice to what I`ve witnessed. Thousands of people gather to watch this and many of them are ...
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