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... The night finished up at about 4am and we were at tipping stage, well past full looking forward to a sleep in the next day. The following day we spent some time with Coxy and Moeko exploring Kobe. That night we enjoyed a nice laid back dinner with the Cox and Geddes Clan as they were all heading back to Australia the next day. We tucked into bed ready to head south for a few days to dry out, we planned on seeing Coxy again later in the week in ...
... We caught the train the next day (as easy as pie, although
a little pricey) and a fast, clean, spacious, and comfortable journey
to Tokyo took place.
If you cross the road when the man is red (and the road is clear
obviously) have a look at the Japanese faces – they would never do
such an unlawful act!
Yes. Osaka is said to be an unsung place to visit in Japan and we
would agree and feel we could have ...
... it was our last meal, but i think we were all too tired to care to much. Adam and Dad got triple cook meals - Sausage, chicken steak and hamburger pattis mum- Caeser Salad and chicken Kim - Steak ut up 250g with rice total bill $66.20 Pack to room at 7:45pm, packed adams case with my shoes, another shower washed my hair, download last of the photos and diary. Off to bed 9:30pm, bloody early start back to ...
... slightly carried away. Nat demolished 10 sushis and I demolished 12 (what?? she didn't want the crab!). Not only did we eat but we enjoyed waving at the couple sitting at the booth on the other side of the train to us. We waved to them throughout our meal and enjoyed giggling at their enthusiasm. Another great feed in Osaka! Looks like I'll be happy to have Dads Lean Cuisine or Mums Jenny Craig from the freezer on my return. What will I eat tomorrow? haaaaaaaa. Sayonara Japan! ...
... thoroughly unfair. First of all, it has half the crime of that of America's safest city, Plano, Texas, so forgive me if I'm not quaking in my boots. And perhaps it doesn't have a Gion district like Kyoto, but ugly? Only if you consider tree-lined streets and big, colorful signs ugly. Indeed, Osaka and its people are flashier than sophisticated Tokyo, but it's a good thing. It's fun. It's glittery, noisy (by Japan standards), and ...