Super Hotel Kobe
Travel Blogs from Kobe
... trip she was leaving for and Mike and I went to explore the city.
Our first, and really only, priority for the day was to find somewhere to eat some notorious Kobe beef. We were walking in a shopping area and I spotted a small restaurant that had a sign stating that they served Kobe beef so we got all excited and walked in. I ordered the "ladies lunch"Â which was a five-course lunch and ...
... camera - i bought a japanese charger.
i thing oren will do the seder. although i am out of space and time, no israelis here, also not many foreigners, i will thing of you
the y.his almost empty - only an australiian girl in my room. i am lucky there is a japanese woman- about 40 years old- staying here who knows much english and tells me about life here
i am fine - my leg are well, and i got used to japan
have a nice seder and hag
... no entry.
I thought it was gong to be very awkward but to be honest I was more worried about my multiple bandaid arrangement falling off than even thinking about the Japanese sausage all around me. Reckon we would have been youngest by 20 years if it hadn't been a weekend so quite a number of modest young guys wandering around with hands over ******.
Very relaxing and VERY ODD.
Back on ...
Incredibly jet lagged today -- can't fall asleep for very long, and so it makes me sick. Didn't go to Kyoto today -- thought I might get sick on the train. Hoping for a long, good night's sleep tomorrow and the next so I will be well-rested for Hong Kong! ...
Friday 10th December 2010
Osaka, Japan (By Rob)
It was our last morning in Japan, as we were on our way to Osaka International Ferry station, to make our way to China- Shanghai. We were a bit cheeky, getting to the terminal because our JR passes were out of date, but when asked for our passes we quickly showed them, making sure our fingers were covering the number 9th which was valid up to yesterday! Haha we got away with it, The Japanese aren't that smart, 1-0 ...