Super Hotel City Osaka & Natural Hot Springs
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Hiroshima Peace Memorial (広島平和ා ...
... taro (I think), very fishy fish :p, seaweed, and a black jelly square that tasted just a little like bitter chocolate. All was so beautifully presented and a bargain for 10$ and even shared, it kept us going all day. And ritual was shown each time the workers went up and down the aisle, as they would bow as they entered and turn to bow as they exited the car. Osaka (meaning big slope) is quite lovely. We are in the Namba area which is in South Osaka and is situated on ...
... horns. When you walk down the street, there aren’t street performers or people hassling you to sign something or sell you anything. Despite being the biggest city in the world, many streets feel empty.
8) It’s very safe. I didn’t see a single homeless person. No one asks you for money. Policemen are everywhere. They stand at almost every intersection to act as crossing ...
... on. But being positive, I figured something must have happened previously and knowing the Japanese, they were just trying to keep it safe and risk free. Anyway, the lady apologised to us profusely, so it helped to ease our disappointment.
After the disappointing first attempt, we decided that enough is enough. No more waiting in long queues except for the short one at the caramel popcorn cart. What is fascinating about this popcorn cart is that they ...
... I just sat through the presentation like everyone else. It was an hour long and in Japanese so I was struggling to keep my eyes open! I found out later that the guest lecturer was Eddie's current host-father.
After school I biked to cram school as usual and did more jobs. Tomorrow, Hugh is coming to stay with us for two nights, so that will be cool! A week from now, I will be on a plane back to Tokyo, time really has gone ...