Hotel Wing International Shin-Osaka
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The pajamas were so comfortable as was the bed. The shower is the hottest I had ever had. Everything was clean. The location was great!T
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... back to the hotel for some much needed sleep - ready to get up early the next day to head to Miyijama Island - an island about 45 minutes from Hiroshima by train and renowned for it's natural beauty, historic shrines, street markets and deer.
A note on Osaka -
The best analogy I have for Osaka would be to compare it to a place like Newcastle - a very industrialised town with not much happening. It was the hardest city to plan ...
... complete the act, he ask the lady to reach into her pocket upon which, to her amazement, she pulls out the replacement coin. On a couple of occassions we managed to go and watch some sporting events including Japan's annual sumo wrestling tournament, which is interesting to watch for about five minutes but the event lasts almost an entire day, and a J-League game between Osaka Gamba and Sanfreece Hiroshima. Gamba were newly promoted and up against the current champions. The ...
... 5pm after our 11 hour flight from Auckland. Apparently the plane was carrying goats (of all things) so we had to stop at the cargo terminal for them to get off before catching a bus to the arrival terminal. It was quite cold, as it is Winter, but it was crisp and still, nothing like the wind, cold and rain back home! After waiting what felt like forever in line at immigration and stressing about my next flight to Osaka leaving in 40 minutes, I finally got to pick up ...
... we get caught in a long spell of bad rain while walking between Ginkaku-ji to Nanzen-ji temples, along the Tetsugaku-no-Michi (known as the path of philosophy). We get saturated so we decide to scrap the days plans in favour of a hot shower and a bowl of noodles. We got so drenched that Alan's passport required a hair dryer and Sharon's Uggs are now out if action. The walking continues on day 3, down to the Umekoji traditional market full of random handmade ...
... complex near our hotel that we had visited earlier. The 6th floor was apparently the food floor, so we gave it a go. I'm glad we did. We chose a tonkatsu (cutlet/snitzel) restaurant where I had the best prawns I've had in my entire life.
Zero english was spoken, so after a series of grunts and menu pointing we eventually got the message across as to what we wanted, and when our ...