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Our ship stopped in Osaka and we were pleased to NOT see a lot of damage from the Tsunami a couple of years ago. The port looked clean and back to normal.
We took a tour into Kyoto to see two sights. The first was the Nijo Castle which was the first site of the Hojuji Palace. This had a Guard station built in 1663 and was guarded by Shogun warriors. This was the first ...
... Sunday 23 December
Checkout of Osaka today. The highlight
was sending our ski bag onto Nozawa Onsen for only $15!!! I'm not
sure if the concierge underestimated its size (probably) or its
weight (almost definitely) but I don't understand how it is possible
for the Takhubin service to be profitable. In any case, we felt a
whole lot lighter leaving Shin Osaka! Bought a delicious mannaken
waffle from the station before catching our train.
Next I went to Osaka. As in other places I've stayed at, my bed here was a thin but comfy mattress on a wicker mat floor.
I found a castle, which I was told would be "impossible" to walk to. When I informed my adviser that I would be attempting the walk anyway, the last thing they called after me was “be careful”. I was careful and I did achieve the ...
... and admire the view as my ankle had gotten quite a bit worse and I had been slowly hobbling around the park. Bryce let me lean on his shoulder and helped me up all the stairs. He was my guardian angel today. The day had gotten quite a bit cooler which was helping my still existent headache but making me cold. I was a mess today. After taking a rest we made our way back through the park where we saw shy little baby deer and they finished off the rest of our deer ...
After living in Japan for 18 months it's time to say goodbye and head off for a little well deserved holiday.
Osaka is a decent city, not a right lot to see, but if you like eating great food, drinking and having a good time then the Doutonburi is a good place to go. The castle is ok but nothing special.
We got out of the city and did a couple of hikes.
One to Roku Garden, which was quite exciting and a little dangerous. Sorraya hated the whole day ...