Toyoko Inn Shin-Osaka Chuoguchi Shinkan
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... gently land by the water and flower gardens. It was yet another thing to add to the natural tranquility of japan.
- I wanted to show justin Shinsikai street and try kurah Katsu for dinner. Essentially it's deep fried items on a stick that you dip (only once! Very important) into a brown sauce in the center of the table. It was alright, I don't think I would have it again. They didn't have any chicken sticks left, the vegetables were good, the sauce was smelt ...
... on the bamboo mat covered floors. Putting the bed together requires personal instruction!
And SHOES! Take them off as you come in. Grab a pair of slippers to wear in the house. But if you go in a bedroom with a bamboo mat, take them off before entering. Put them on when you leave and take them off when you need to use the bathroom. In there you can use the shared slippers that stay in that room.
The Emmaus Directors are enjoying the time to get to fellowship ...
... us, lost in a myriad of signs. If it weren't for our guide, Hosana, from JEEP, I'm not sure we would have made it. She was incredible and if I didn't know better, I would have thought she had been doing this for years! People here move quick! Wow...don't get in their way. They have places to go, people to see and don't waste any time! If you don''t know what you are doing, best step aside until you figure it out. ...
Well, today is the day, time to go home.
But I think there is still time for one more thing to do, when I've gone walking around Osaka I have seen a massive Ferris wheel! I've packed all my bags and cleaned up my room
Went up after few hours of one last self guided tour and shop around Osaka main station.
Tickets are easily purchased just outside ...
... a population of 2.6 million people, isn't as shiny as Tokyo or as traditional-feeling as Kyoto, but it gave us a great send-off with its friendly people and fun atmosphere. Any time we happened to look confused, we were always approached by a smiling face, speaking English, offering to help. Almost three months into the trip, Blair and I both agree that it's been one of our favourite places and we consider ourselves fortunate to have been able to travel here.