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... There was not a sea of humanity like we’d
seen in Osaka and Kyoto. This
seemed like a small town having just 1.5 million residents. There was traffic, but not much. People walked the wide sidewalks, but it was
not even close to being crowded. The
pace was slower and calmer. Flowers were
in bloom and the streets were spotless.
Compared to those other mega-cities, Kobe was a retirement community. And of ...
... was hilarious!!! We got off at Sumiyashi station successfully hahahahahaha – what a morning!!!
So then Bill decided to get me back for laughing at him – god, he is evil when he wants to be – and as we started to walk away from the station, he was looking intently at his map and back up at the street again, I thought – don’t tell me we are in the wrong place again – he then pointed to this non-descript house behind a large ...
... seemed easy to work out!
Ben's phone wasn't working, so when we got off the train we tried to call the hostel, but only got some sort of Japanese answering machine.
We decided to go to the hostel anyway and hope and prey someone would answer! As we wandered down the alleyway looking for the hostel, feeling tired, hungry, cold we kept our fingers crossed.
... for entry. The Osaka castle sold tickets in vending machines. Did I mention japan loves vending machines. Again the elevator takes you to the 10th floor and you descend down each level. From the top there is a better view of the castle and central tower but too much glare from ...
... 21495;玩具跟 1：1 的合照！
臨急抱 ＿ ...