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... solution to us not being able to communicate with each other was to write down her question in Japanese characters! With a bit of help from the chef and a map on my phone, we managed to show her that we lived in London, but that was about as far as we got! After dinner we popped into the arcade nearby for a Mai Mai Orange fix, having not played it since Tokyo. The change of city had made no difference to my fortunes l, as Kim still hammered me! After ...
Hello! This morning I went for a swim in the pool and sat in the spa for... A bit too long. I feel like a fish haha.
After my swim and relaxation session I visited this place during our trip to Osaka. It is quite hard to locate. I had to walk a few minutes via underground passageway from Osaka station before arriving there, the entrance is at level 3 near the cinema.
Entrance is free with Osaka unlimited pass ...
... S., everyone is stylish, even the boys care! No Nike, all stylish clothes. We went all together to Kiyomizu temple, which is beautiful! I took a ton of pictures, and shared some here with more detailed captions so please take a look! After that, our travel groups of about 8 people set off on our own exploration of Kyoto. My group went to Ginkakuji, Silver temple, Heian shrine, and walked all around the Gion area seeing various Kyoto things. Kyoto is beautiful! ...
We checked out of the unknown hotel early and got the JR train to our next Osaka hotel, quite an upgrade! Here we left our bags before getting the direct train to Kobe. Once at Kobe we had the friendly tourist info lady help us translate the camera damage report before walking uphill to Kitano. This area is home to the old foreign quarters and has been converted to a tourist attraction, with interesting European architecture and local tourists ticking off ...
... to offer to my hosts.
We talk football, music, cars, Japan's fascination with unnecessarily excessive paperwork for a
seemingly simple process and the English language until about midnight and then wish a good night.
I write some more for the journal, organise my thoughts (well, there are about three!), make some notes for the blog, respond to emails and then hit the bed at about 2am preparing myself for a relatively somber or even slightly depressing day ahead.