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... Later in peace
and quiet ,we walked at length in the gardens, water filled spaces ,and many
beautiful vistas, the water Iris still in flower ,and some lovely examples.
Maples in new leaf, and such a memorable experience.
Onward to a craft centre and that was nice to see, some
pretty things and even Sam enjoyed looking…
Headed back to Osaka through a part of the city of Kyoto,
that had lots of ...
... is a bit like Beamish, a mandatory school trip every couple of years. We went straight up to the 8<sup>th</sup> floor to the observation deck all the way around the castle, a good view despite the rain. We came back down to visit the exhibitions on each of the 7 floors and as I was packing away my jacket a man accompanied by four children aged about 7 or 8 came up to me and asked if I would talk to one of the kids. This is our second trip and both times ...
... here if you are ever in Osaka even on my second time around it is amazing.
Next up was the Sumiyoshi-taisha Shrine. We decided to take a taxi over the rail system as we would see more of Osaka from a different perspective... also so I didn't have to learn more railways =P. I'm glade we did tho as we went over some amazing bridges. One of which you traveled up several spirals before reaching the peak only to do the same again on ...
... observation house (where they get fed). The monkeys here are Macaques, and have light brown fur with very red faces. They’re about the size of a 2-year old, and eat fruit and insects I believe. We entered the observation house, and bought some apples and peanuts to feed them. The feeding procedure was pretty fun; there were designated windows with a metal cage in place of glass. The monkeys would jump onto the outside of the metal frame and stick ...
... It was just as amazing as I remember! We returned home an hour and a half later, after a few train misreadings, but we got home in the the end! My host parents took Hugh and I out for dinner too, which was nice. Hugh leaves tomorrow evening, so I think tomorrow the plan was for me to show him around Osaka a bit, maybe bike somewhere, go to some shrines, Namba, Shinsaibashi and possibly Osaka Castle. Fingers crossed the rain stays away!