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... AM, our assigned time. After scanning off the ship for the last time, we went to the bus that would take us to the Osaka Airport for the 4:45 PM United flight to SFO. This last bus journey, Red #3, was about a one hour trip on modern highways/freeways.
As we could not check in until 1:45 PM, we had time to kill. Leaving one another to watch the baggage, we each explored the terminal. It is spacious, modern and relatively comfortable and quiet. Level 3, the ...
... with baskets front and back. All ages ride, must keep the elderly fit. many of the houses near us don't have car parks as the streets/ paths are very narrow. Often see young women with a baby straped in a seat on the handle bars and a toddler in a seat on the back. On our way to shopping centre we helped a young lady who dropped her bike with 2 little ones on board, no one was hurt. The shopping centre was the sort ...
... USJ and by 8 o'clock Nat had put me in line to enter the park. Nat had three shows that morning so she had to leave me to fight my way to the front of the line with the screaming super fans but don't worry she delivered me a coffee from Starbucks and a wrap for my breakfast (she knows me too well). The amount of people lining up to enter was astounding and when the park opened at 8:30 the urgency and need to get inside had risen to a life threatening ...
... The smelly patches I have bought yesterday don't work. I can hardly move. I mean, once I'm standing up straight, I can make small steps without pain, but if I lift an arm or swing my hips a firework of lightnigs flash through my lower back. The wounds on my feet are still hurting too, even though I've over-plasterd them with bandaids, so I'm not going too far today... But it's my second last day and I love Japan... I'll just ...
... stations, crowded streets and sidewalks and heavy traffic. We had decided to get some lunch and head to
the main shopping district in the heart of downtown.
Lunch would be at a
tiny hole-in-the-wall diner. As usual
the menu was unreadable. Fried rice was
ordered for me and it came with a small bowl of leek soup. It was delivered with a spoon. Happy day!
Beatles music played in the background as we inhaled our food. ...