Osaka Tokyu Inn
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... it was not bad for ¥1450 (~£8.50) each, although you did only have 70 minutes.
One thing to point out though, if you should go and can't read Japanese, be careful of your flavour expectations.
Nat had a big mouthful of dark brown jelly that she expected to be cola flavoured and got quite the shock when it turned out to be coffee!
This is our last night in Osaka, at least for now. The beauty ...
... for him to dissolve the plant matter and if it went blue it was drugs! Luckily for me nothing happened and the other officers had finished going through my things. I then finished re-packing my bag and was given my passport back and allowed to go on my way!
We scuttled past the rest of security in fear of being picked up again (this is what we get for coming to a country were white people are a minority). We made it out to the main arrivals lounge and ...
... because Liam is not a patient man and he isn’t keen on rides, so its best just to get him on them before he has too much time to consider! The park didn’t actually open until 10am however a huge queue formed pretty rapidly as the time approached and when they did finally open the gates people were literally running in! Japan has never looked more like what I envisioned after watching a lot of Takeshi’s Castle in my younger days; we ...
Today I'm going site seeing in Osaka city it self.
First I'm going to see the Sky Building where one can see the city from the 32. floor. :-)
Around the Sky Building trees have been planted and one must behave in this tranquil environment and the signs indicate!
Steps / strides today: 10992
... and had dinner. I have taken to liking bike riding, especially at night. The surroundings are so nice and the lights are so impressive. That was about all the events in my day.
I realise I haven't spoken much about where I am staying and how I am adjusting to Japanese life. I have a traditional Japanese style room, with a tatami mat floor and a futon to sleep on. Rather than make my bed, I must pack it away every day. I also have a "kotatsu" ...