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... around and see what we wanted to
see. We walked all around the harbour area, saw some pretty cool
space age-looking hydrofoil boats that had been dragged onto land
for display, went into China town and looked around the shops. Tried
to make it up to Shin Kobe to catch the cable car but we arrived
right on 5pm, not realising ...
... takeaway place, and again had no idea what we were ordering, but the staff were so happy for us to be there and everyone smiled and grinned at us. No idea what it was, seafood of some ilk, and it was beautiful with a Suntory ale, so I had two. As we left the staff lined up and spoke words of thanks, gave us a frequent shopper card and explained it all in perfect Japanese (I just smiled), and they waved and bowed to us and sent us off feeling like royalty. You know, there is ...
... house, so I know these routes. I felt so grateful for this help, now I have a basic overview about the area I am staying in.
But that wasn`t the end of my day - the best was yet to come.
Mrs Arakawa picked me up with her car and we drove to the south of Osaka to see the biggest annual fireworks in Japan, but more about that later.
Now I have to go, because one of the students I tagged along with will present a case report and I do not want to miss this.
See you later !
... with all eyes watching us, we were through and on our way in less than 5 minutes. Even the baggage check attendant was nicer in the business class line. She casually informed us that the flight may be "a little late". No big deal, or so we thought.
Walking away towards the departure area, Veronica told me I wasn't allowed to wave or give any rude gestures.
Through customs checking, and I've now confirmed my theory that women that ...
... train was 700 series with a maximum speed of 285 km/h so I think the main thing making us 'slower' was the number of stops on the way to Kyoto. We left at 10:16 and expected to arrive at 12.21. Just over 2 hours for the 484km ride.
Shinyokohama station has a dizzying array of choices for take away food from a noodle sandwich to onigiri to some really nice looking sashimi. We each picked a ...