Viainn Shinsaibashi Nagahoridori
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... on the garden walk and found a beautiful vista overlooking a river valley. The hills were sprinkled with cherry trees glowing bright whitish pink against the lush green slopes, and with the turquoise shimmering waters of the river below, it was reminiscent of a Japanese scroll painting in appearance. We decided to walk down by the river and descended a rocky narrow path to the cobbled walkway. We strolled the rivers edge watching people paddle by in rented boats, ...
... she led us to another table, and then vanished. I'm assuming she went to lie down to recover from the stress we just put her through.
Looking through the menu at the $25 burgers and $45 steaks, I suddenly began to lose my appetite out of spite.
When a 3rd, more helpful waitress came along we ordered kids meals, and just a nachos for Veronica and myself to share.
The meals came out fairly quickly, since not many other ...
... It makes me wonder why they're so terribly made back home! The fact that it wasn't soaked in grease or chucked into the wrapping almost made it seem like it was healthy. After lunch, I was taken to school and Kibayashi said that I need to help one of the lecturers who was here to deliver a presentation to a small group of students. I had no idea what he meant by "help" them but it turned out that the lecturer didn't even need ...
... can't ever see this happening in New Zealand! But of course since I was there, they just chucked me in the class instead. Some of the students did some work, and others just stared at me so that was nice and awkward. But they were soooo quiet, I didn't really know what to say besides, "Here's the work.... Do this and this... Do you understand?" In the end, turns out they just wanted to ask me questions. So I ended up talking about myself for the ...
... near, with the big temple. Shitennoji, they call it, though it seemed nice enough to me. It covers a huge area, lots of disparate buildings and little stalls everywhere, selling trinkets and food. Imagine a Christian church with a perpetual fete outside, though less ****. Most is open access, but my pass got me into a separate temple, with which I didn't bother, and the garden of Gokuraku-Jodo, which is lovely. It's also not huge, so a lovely place to go and relax without ...