Arima Grand Hotel
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... she should be married and have children, but she does not agree with them. She instead took a leave from her job as a lawyer in Ecuador and went on the voyage to study Psychology, which her parents do not agree with at all. She just got accepted to study at North Eastern in Boston and has in interview to go to Harvard once we get off the voyage. We talked a lot about Boston and how she wants to live ...
... 8230;I can only imagine that this would be a sight worth seeing.
We did not really do much else in Osaka, save going for a sushi dinner and walking around a bustling pedestrian promenade. I cannot even begin to describe the number of people we say walking around and going into and out of shops (picture included as proof)…and most impressively, it was a Monday night!! It felt like an endless sea ...
... except for the coffee and fruit, and as normal that went down fine. Spot the Aussie we were too, not another word of English was to be heard, and we were the only Westerners amongst the suits until a bit later on when a Dutchman that looked like one of them ABBA singers turned up to have feed, and let everyone know how smart and flash he was in his shiny suit and long blonde hair, talking loudly about Chinese and Japanese government policy and its affect on his business ...
... and super cute socks. I teased her saying I thought those were friendship socks and I should get to keep one. I bought a postcard and a beautiful cut out bookmark with turtles. It looks like stained glass windows. We wandered outside and through a small mall where we looked around in the ninja store and Stefania surprised me with buying stickers for my phone or Nintendo DS. Very pretty. Then we made our way over to the Tempozan. This is the worlds largest ferris wheel. ...
... the Donkey, it began raining. As we were arriving this morning, we saw passengers boarding an "aqua bus" in a nearby carpark. The aqua bus was basically a small road-going bus (4 wheels, licence plates, etc), with seats both in the cabin, and in an open area on the roof, which was also a boat. The bus would drive passengers to the boat ramp, drive down, and simply drive out into the harbour for a tour. We thought that would be a good novelty, so ...