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... to be told we need to buy another ticket to go along with the first ticket. There was a language barrier so it was very difficult to find out why we needed to buy another ticket but we decided to trust them and just buy the extra tickets, but just as we are in the middle of the transaction, a new attendant arrives, they swap places and the first attendant leaves shortly before we realise she has given us the wrong tickets, we conceded to try and ...
A little authors note first: I'll be writing a lot more information in each picture so be sure to click on them. Also each post will cover my entire stay in that city. Osaka 7/21-26Th.
The ride from Beppu to Osaka was long, and slightly stressful since I had to switch trains with only 6 minutes to do so. The lovely thing about taking the Shinkansen is that they announce the stops in Japanese and English. At no point did I have to worry about paying attention to ...
... Japanese and off we walked to the hotel ! Keeping up the tradition we dumped our bags and went to watami izakaya and ate too much ! Everyone was so new for my friend and overwhelming .. Finally crashing as we were so tired we wondered back ... So many people walking around ... Business people just finishing work at 1am it was very lively .... But it is so nice to be back in a familiar place with friends .... Can't wait for the next adventure ...
... western styled breakfast!
I had bacon an eggs with a salad and thickly cut toast with orange juice to wash it down. My date had the same just with a mixed vegetable juice as you can see in the photo.
During breakfast my date told me about a comedy group in Osaka called ROR.
"ROR Comedy is Kansai's all-English stand up comedy group. ROR's international line-up of comedians regularly perform across Kansai, and throughout Japan. Ideal for visitors and ...
... in sync with the actions of the lights. We began descending Namba Parks on the outside pathway, which was lit with fantastic lighting displays all the way to street level, and best of all from the top floor to the bottom we saw maybe 10 people. We had the entire 8 floors of lighting displays to ourselves.
Once back on the streets, we headed north through Shinsaibashi shopping arcade, which was massively crowded already. It still amazes me ...