Minami Awaji Royal Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in prom and topped with a variety of sauces and mayo mmm
The rest of the afternoon took us to the airport hotel, only a 5 min train trip away from the airport. Our first plane leaves Osaka at 0700 so it is going to be a disgustingly early day tomorrow. I'm hoping this will mean we are tired enough to sleep throughout the trip back to melb.
Dinner was ...
Good morning pod-ers,
Getting a bit slack as the end draws near and there's nothing impressive to photo graph : (
Yesterday we had a relaxing morning, getting up late and picking up baked goods to eat breakfast at the beach. The tide was in so there wasn't any sand so not the most impressive beach but a nice walk none the less. We wandered about town for an hour or so but there wasn't much to do so ...
... rangers and just random bright clothes. The organisers decked out around the castle in lights, bubbles and music. The whole 'run' was 5km, but I'm pretty sure we ran a total of maaaayybee 300m! After everyone had finished the run, we all joined in a party where there was a DJ and everyone danced to music. As most of the songs were in English...I knew all the words when no one else did. (turns out I'm a terrible singer) Also, because I ...
... your flowers symmetrical etc. The teacher was happy with what I made, she asked me if it was my first time and also said I was good at it. There are about 9 girls in the club including me and another Aussie. On Saturday there are a bunch of junior high school students coming for an open day, so my first arrangement will be on display! Usually you take the flowers home to your family.
Fun Fact: For the song 'Happy Birthday' they sing the English version.
Peace out xx
... sweets. We took some photos together, and suddenly it was time to go in. I had no time for a shower, since the service is 5:30. There was only one monk, (unlike Dien-in on Koya san which had at least 5 chanting) and so we were expected to read aloud from the prayer books. I can’t speed read Japanese, but I did manage to keep up for some bits, which made me feel pretty good. After that, we were all given a paper charm ...