Hotel Shin Osaka
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... up to make it look like the ninja was running through the forest. Super cool!
- I happened to stubble across Shinsekai street which is famous for the largest pufferfish lantern in all of japan, it's bright lights, and ____ Katsu meals. Really really vibrant street with fun statues. It looked like an animation street
- I met up with Justin at the hotel after 6 days of being apart. We set off right away to see _____ an old shrine that survived ww2 and there is ...
... Emmaus workers have ideas for each other either by telling about their ministry or problem solving together.
Activities planned for the rest of the conference include two more bathhouse visits, a meal in a sushi restaurant where the food travels past you on a conveyor belt, and a midweek meeting in a local assembly.
The conference ends on Friday and Jim and I will travel by car and train to Takasaki where Jim will be speaking this weekend at a missions conference.
... Japanese tv has been hilarious and interesting . Of course we don't understand anything and our love for j pop has decreased !!! On a side note when I left Sydney I was given a wombat and take photos . Well as you will see in the photos wombat is well and enjoying the company but as you can see he may be hijacked !!! This adds to the fun of the adventure ! Off to watch the Dutch v the Mexicans in the World Cup from my tatami bed ! Kyoto tomorrow ...
... exploring the Peace Park. It was very eery, and quite confronting. The museum was amazing, but the victims hall was quite difficult to experience. Walking through the place that all that devastation occurred was amazing. I haven't been able to upload many photos yet as I do not have a card reader for my camera (I left them with my gopros in the snowboard bag).
Then made my way to Osaka. I got completely lost trying ...
... the day as the clock passed 11am, we went for a walk through Namba Parks, and then out through the streets north towards Dotombori.
After an hour or so of walking and browsing of the various shops and displays set up around Namba, the weather started to look threatening, and since the girls were tired and we were planning on having a late night tonight we decided to head back past the hotel to a Coco Ichibanya curry restaurant just a few blocks ...