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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... They upgrade what they see fit and what is needed. Upgraded security cameras were not needed.
On day 2 in Kobe, I had another SAS trip. This one was to Nara to see the deer park and several shrines and temples. The day had a promising start when our trip liaison came to where we were meeting a bit confused wondering what trip this was. Once down at the bus, he realized that he forgot his ticket for the trip in his cabin. Luckily there was an extra for him. Oh, ...
Today I "shadowed" the guy I am replacing. I basically was getting an idea of how the day flows and various things done (songs, procedures etc). That was boring (I don't like watching; I prefer to be actively doing). Anyway, apart from that I did get some time to interact with the kids and boy did they interact with me; from questions to games and jumping all over me. At the end of it all not only ...
... legs and throw sand on the ring then 10 seconds to slap each other up and throw them off. At about 6 we left, we think it was the end but we had had enough anyway. We managed to get the train back with no errors! Nathan really wanted to cook so we went to a small supermarket where he brought the ingredients. He then cooked a wicked spaghetti with chicken and ...
... decided to walk back to the ship rather than taking the train because it was such a beautiful day. On our walk back we stopped at a Family Mart (a very popular convenience store) and purchased some drinks similar to four loko only they tasted like grapefruit and were way better. We drank as we walked through a park and stumbled, literally, upon some local university students playing soccer. Ben and I asked if we could play with them and they ...
... was a little wasted on us and we didn’t bother paying to go up it but we did have a wonder around the gardens and discovered that seemingly children don’t go to school in Japan they spend their days at local tourist attractions, there were literally huge groups of school children everywhere. Some of the brave ones would practice their English and shout hello at us whilst all the others would giggle and run past. The castle is very pretty and ...