Ramada Osaka Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of fun watching and hanging out with gym people. It takes an amazing guy to have enough patience to watch a competition for three days straight, while hanging out with a bunch of gym kids!
On day 1, my group of little girls competed. They are between 6-8 years old and in their level they only compete vault, bars and floor. They will compete beam in their next competition in August. Also - vault is not actually a vault, or even a mat stack. They use the ...
Malaysia is HOT. Hotter than anywhere we've been yet. It's not just the temperature, which hovers at 34C and doesn't seem to cool even at night, but the humidity, which is stifling. Even the wind is hot and the pavement during the middle of the day feels like you are walking across a giant griddle. I guess it didn't help that we were there during a heatwave. I didn't realise tropical climates could even have a heatwave, but the Sun was relentless. Heat fatigues the body ...
... lying and saying we have asthma and the ash may set it off. But decided a polite bow and confused look may get us out of it. But then they offered to have us walk around their altar and view all their Buddha statues. And I nearly slipped A over T and landed in their ash. But I caught myself at the very last second. Thank God/Buddha!
We were then invited to join them in a fire ritual where they chanted and started fires, inside the smallest little wooden hut. They do this ...
... restaurant) that had the Visa sticker on it's front door. As we closed the sliding door behind us we were greeted with enthusiastic shouts of irasshaimase! (Welcome!) and magically.. everything just seemed to get better. No English was spoken or written here but that still didn't stop the staff from putting in a good effort to help. Almost like a game of "restaurant charades", our waiter would pinch his skin, point to his neck, and place his ...
... was beautiful, with lots of incredible painted sliding door screens. The gardens were incredible, despite the rain! So colourful, even at this time of year. Shame about the rain, but at least it meant that I had the entire gardens to myself! Next, I headed over to Heian-jingu shrine. It's a huge complex built to commemorate the 1100th anniversary of the founding of Kyoto. This one was much busier and you had to pay to get into the gardens, so I had a quick ...