Ramada Osaka Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... other teachers. Coaching is a different story. The coaches know either very little or absolutely no English.
I was super nervous this morning as I was getting ready to start my new job. Meeting new people, the language barrier, not really knowing what is expected of me, all contributed to my nerves. I arrived at the gym about 10 minutes before my shift started. I walked into the gym, took off my outside shoes and put on my inside shoes. Japanese people ...
... seats. We got on the first train we saw, inside there were two rows of seats two thick with open areas between the doors with lots of handles hanging from the metal railings. We leaned against a divider next to the door and took our packs off our backs and settled in for the long train ride.
Over an hour and many stops later we finally arrived in Osaka station. We managed to find our way out of the terminal ok but then we had no idea how to get from here to ...
Of course there was plenty more to see as well such as the Hogwarts Express, the flying car and Hagrids hut too!! We got to have a tour around the castle too looking into the dungeons, the Defence against the dark arts classroom and even Dumbledore’s office!! The main ride itself was absolutely amazing too, even though it was in Japanese it was still a delight to experience and I would say visually it’s one of the best rides I have been ...
... when we got in a taxi on our way to our resort!! Priceless! I think it really hit him when he saw a 10 year old riding a motorbike down the street, while doubling his toddler brother. And the toddler was holding a chicken in his lap!
Our main reason for the stop over in Bali was the wedding. But we managed to fit in a few adventures, lots of drinking and way too much eating! The food in Bali is amazing & we didn't starve, that's for sure!
Our friends who ...
... mansions/ castles for rich & powerful dudes, or Buddhist shrines. The 1st we visited is 'Kinkaku' or the Golden Pavilion. It is a beautiful estate with a 3 story gold-covered pavilion built in 1397, set in the middle of a small lake as it's key feature. The gardens and smaller developlments are just beautiful - trees and plants amid a 'lawn' of moss (no mowing!), with little bridges and winding footpaths all through. The ...