The sad part is being alone in a mega city. Once you have eaten dinner, what are you going to do? Drink by yourself? I end up in my hotel room after a walk, ready for teeth brushing, shower, and one on one time with the laptop. And that feels weird. As is usual for me, by the third week I’m starting to miss my most favorite person in the world.
What’s not to love about this?
So many people coming together to create Open Street Map. An app that allows me to download these maps and use them offline. The sheer number of restaurants. And out there it feels like about ten times more: isakayas one multiple levels of these buildings, both below ground and in the upper levels. There is ground level, the underground shopping and eateries, a motorway a bit further up, railways crossing, subways crossing. I love Asian mega cities. #osaka
On the way up to Mt. Sanjogatake, Dorogawa, Nara Prefecture, Japan – and back down again. Women are not allowed on this holy mountain. https://asceticsandpilgrims.wordpress.com/tag/sanjogatake/