Shin-Osaka Station Hotel
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... simple it still tasted amazing. After our meal we went for a walk about around uptown Namba. We went into a couple of souvenir shops and an amazing arcade. The arcade beats any arcade in the UK for sure. They had so many weird prizes that you could win on the vending machines. Things like noodles, a squid toy, pillow, cereal and many more. Who in there right mind wants to win them? If I came home with a big family size of cornflakes my mum would think I'm mental. ...
... through immigration, customs, check-in, walking to the domestic terminal, then right to his gate for his flight to Nelson. After all of that, I never even learnt his name! After some waiting at Auckland, I got onto my own flight and arrived in Wellington 50 minutes later. It was sort of a relief to be in an environment of English after being in Japan for a month! Familiar accents and humours I welcomed, but returning to the ignorance of a westernized culture really made me realise ...
... to take away from the beauty of the pavilion and
its surrounding gardens. The gold leaf
on the building must be dazzling when it’s a sunny day, because even in the
rain it was a gorgeous sight. After
wandering around the place, drawing our fortunes (I got Excellent luck, Amy got
Fairly Good) and lighting a few prayer candles, we jumped back on the bus to
head onto Nijo Castle.
Part of the Castle was undergoing restoration, but ...
... comforting! Anyone who knows me and my love of flying would know how well this would have been going down with me - NOT! Eventually, it becomes clear that we are climbing again and the captain comes on and tells us that we cant land in Osaka right now, but we will circle around for a while and see if the weather improves. So, another half hour of flying in circles, then told Osaka airport is closed and we are diverting to Seoul. Well, hello Korea! So, ...
... are very friendly and respectable, even going so far as to help me find my hostel after I got a bit lost after my flight landed in Osaka. The fashion and style sense, while not my cup of tea, is also interesting. The girls here are obsessed with being "cutsey" putting bows, glitter, sparkles, and stuffed animals on anything and everything they own. This includes clothes, purses, and accessories. They also wear socks with their heels which I find a ...