The Ritz-Carlton Osaka
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... up after yourself. Kids are taught these important things from a very young age. For example, when I help out with the two year old English class, we try to get them to change by themselves, put their socks and shoes on, fold their clothes, and pack their backpacks. Obviously most of them can't because, well, their two, but some of them start to understand and I think they start to become more independent at a younger age. Anyways, competition was a success and ...
... lift; another smelled like an ash tray with an old air conditioning unit that had a remote attached to a wire like an 80's VCR. It's all part of the adventure. At least we weren't out in the stables. Our other hotels were big old colonial buildings with high ceilings and large windows so it all balances out in the end. Georgetown has an interesting blend of old colonial heritage and a contemporary street art scene which gives the city its vibrancy. The street art alone ...
Today I decided to go ahead with my plan to see a j-league football match. Having slept for 11 hours to shake off the Halloween night out in Kyoto I took up the challenge of the 'all you can eat breakfast'(let's face it, it is a challenge!) and ate so much that I didn't even need lunch later! Gamba Osaka's stadium was handily located, just 25 minutes by local train from Kyoto so I got there in plenty of time to try and find out how ...
... crazy and awesome city. We stayed in the heart of the nightlife area. And just outside our doors were 24/7 shopping malls, neon lights as far as the eye can see, tiny 'hole in the wall' restaurants tucked in to any little space they can find and lots of noise and action.
Speaking of the 'hole in the wall' restaurants - we're not kidding! They are built into any tiny space they can find. You can walk past a little noodle shop and it's 'standing room only' and can only fit ...
... hotel tomorrow for a completely different, but equally Japanese, experience! The culinary disasters continued this evening! One of the ladies from the ryokan suggested that I should try the restaurant next door which serves yuba, a local specialty. So I headed in and ordered the set menu. I probably should have checked what yuba was before heading in. In case you're wondering, it's the skin from boiled soy milk. The waitress proudly arrived with my meal ...