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... and head to the hotel for the night, the Conrad Singapore.
They were very obliging and sent up toothbrushes, robes and toothpaste, as well as a bottle of wine on the house to enjoy with our dinner. After a quick bath Vaughan called the airline only to confirm the bag had not arrived on the next flight. Our best hope now was that it would arrive on the 11pm flight which would then be dropped off at the hotel at 2am.
We stayed up until after 11pm to see if our bag ...
... were filled up along with the small shrines and big drums. I let the crowds carry me north towards the next bridge so that I could see the fireworks from there.
I have to say, Osaka has been one of my favorite cities so far. Given enough time, I might just get accustomed to the metro and train system so that I don't start muttering to myself as soon as I enter the station.
Hope you enjoyed my visit to Osaka. Stay tuned because Kyoto is next. Ja ne!
... and rise up to the 39th floor. Everyone but Marina was scared, and when Mo said "I'm sweating", Dominic added. "my slippers are soaked!!!" I knew the feeling because mine were as well. The three of us with weak legs took a minute to rest at the gift shop before heading up to the 40th floor. There we sat against the glass on stools and had a frappacino, all the while gaining the courage to walk up ...
... me about 2 hours to shakes it off (3 Asahi did the trick!)
The next couple of days in NIseko, were simply the most amazing snow days I have had. Chest deep powder in some of the trees and you may have seen some of the videos on my facebook. Crazy runs and completely exhausting. My time in Niseko finished on a high with me being pretty ready to do the rest of my trip.
Flew down to Hiroshima, and spent ...
... of the city, there are deer symbol and statues everywhere. We have even seen one deer eating a piece of paper stolen from one of the tourists, these are very hungry deer indeed! Deer crackers are for sale
around the park, and some deer have learned to bow to visitors asking to
be fed, but not necessary like to be touched - they just want food!
From there we have entered into Todaji temple, one of Japan's most famous with 15 meter tall bronze Buddha statue. ...