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Running a tight schedule; today we ride the train to Osaka which is our last destination of our trip in Japan. Our hotel is close to Shinsaibashi-suji shopping street which is more a 24/7 arcade street than shopping street. One after the other gamble hall is located here, and inside rows and rows of slot machines with the difference that these work with small steel balls (Pachinko). The ...
... Osaka Aquarium. One of the unique features of the aquarium is that you start at the top and work your way back down to the entry level by just walking the ramped pathway. The exhibits were very will crafted allow everyone to get very close to the fish and other wildlife. Of course, the otters and dolphins were the show-stoppers! Also of particular note was the three (or four) story central tank in ...
... get to the dock yesterday.
I also had to organize a boat ticket, train ticket and two plane
tickets. Also for the first time ever, I
purchased one of the plane tickets from a travel agent. With all this to do, the trip came up
Also before I left, Rob and I adopted a kitten. She is orange and white tiger striped (after
research I learned she is a Mackerel Tabby).
She was younger than she should have ...
... of this, even at slow speed, we passed out of the snowy weather and into bright sunshine and snow-free surroundings. The train was not even late for its next stop.
Japan has been the easiest country I have ever travelled in, and it's largely down to an eye for design, thought for foreigners and basic commonsense. In terms of design, stations are well sign posted, the subway maps and stations as well. The system of numbers helps navigation, and all of ...
... 36208 ;，便會看ශ 1;一條「花Š 11;小路」。 (不要跟我ෝ 8;「魚躍在Ŏ 57;見」，OK？) ...