So i’m here in Osaka airport, another amazing catacomb of a building. At the end of the first week of our travels around the world, and what a week! Can’t speak highly enough of Japan and it’s people. Every person we’ve come across have been amazing, from Hajji (Miller’s new wife) in Tokyo to the Bus Station Guy in Kyoto to everyone inbetween absolute darlings!
Japan as a country is strange, beautiful, enchanting, mesmerising, mysterious, eccentric and traditional in equal amount. From the neoness of Tokyo to the beautiful countryside and snow topped mountains, all within 60 miles, the bullet train was by far the best way to experience. Then we have Kyoto with it’s temple on every corner, busy food market, unbelieve female population ;) Even the station in Kyoto is breathtaking, going up at least 10 stories!
As I write this, nostalgic about Toms gay days, TB Banter, Andys excitement at everything from Nissans to Streetlights, I’m a little sad to be leaving, as it is a wonderful country but I could not be more excited about whats lies ahead in 7 hours time.
Japan has ended, but the world tour has just very much begun.