Viainn Shinsaibashi Nagahoridori
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... later we visited the Floating Garden Observatory. It was a splendid view from the top and we could almost see the entire city of Osaka from the observatory. Later we went to one of the local Japanese restaurants and the food there was fantastic. Overall it was a great first day and I look forward to tomorrow. Mike ...
... actually involves sitting down and not being forced around to get as many people through as possible which was refreshing. We actually walked around to the west facing window and there was a small cafe with a sign saying sun set at 7:20 pm and as it was 6:50pm we decided to grab a drink and wait it out and watch the sun set. It was beautiful even if the clouds before the horizon made it a lot earlier than advertised. Even though the cloud covered the sun it was still ...
... on her way but she wouldn't hear of it, saying 'yukkuri, yukkuri' - go slowly, and it was only when we were in sight of the hotel that she left us.
After check in we went to our rooms and Andy went out, again, to fetch supplies. I can't praise this son of mine enough for the tolerance and care he has shown to his stupid father, never once complaining that I've wasted part of his holiday and offering only sympathy and support. Domo arigato gozaimas, Andrew.
... weren't bad.
Cairns. Was. Hot. Even at just before 5am in the morning, with the rain beating down, it was still uncomfortably humid, like breathing in steam. And due to the stupid layout of Cairns airport we had to walk from the international to the domestic terminal 10 minutes away.
Arriving at the domestic terminal at around 5am, completely soaked in an uncomfortable mixture of rain and sweat, the rain outside started bucketing down so that the ...
... and that I won't be here for Valentines Day (flattering, I guess!?). While I was assisting in this class, other students outside we're crowding at the door, trying to catch my attention by waving to me through the window. It's incredibly strange that I am like a celebrity here!
4 o'clock is the time I usually leave school, and today was my first time biking home by myself. I had the map Eddie drew me and Kibayashi-sensei ...