- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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The last few days i started to notice that waking up early al these days and walking around all the time started to take it's toll on me physically. I decided to do not set my alarm for today and just sleep out a little bit. The plan was to go to Kobe today but since i had no definite plans i decided to go when i was awake and just stroll around …
... students asked to take photos with us and naturally we wanted photos on our cameras too. We left our new friends feeling very much in love with Japanese culture and saddened to have to say goodbye to their country. We got back on the ship and began sailing to China. Hearing everyones stories from Japan is going to be great but it is going to have to wait until tomorrow, I am beyond exhausted from traveling all week.
... whole effect is a noisy brightly lit mish-mash of Japanese pop culture. It is gritty and slightly punk, but in a very unique and Japanese way. For a traveler it’s exciting and so very exotic!
Dotonburi is famous for it’s octopus balls. (No, it’s not what you think). These are balls of batter with octopus meat in them that are skillfully fried in little trays. I’m sure there is a Japanese name for them but I’m in a very lazy mood for this blog ...
... and it's very big. We walked around the outside and noticed a soccer game going on. People were chanting together and beating drums and going crazy. They apparently practice chants and drum music to play at the games. It was very interesting to watch. I wish we had crazy drums at our events back home it would makes them so intense! We cut through that park and I slipped on mud and was like WHYYYYY. Thankfully I didn't fall I just got black mud all over my ...
... a map for the walk from the tourist office diagonally opposite Tenri station. The office is hidden away in a shop next to a covered arcade. To start the walk follow the covered arcade to the end, then the signposts that are in the pavement.You shouldn't get lost. There is a full description of the walk in the Lonely Planet Hiking in Japan guidebook. I left my copy in the J-Hoppers hostel, it might still be there!
Next stop Shanghai, via a slow boat.