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We were about an hour late coming in to port this morning. The captain said it was a combination of some rough seas slowing us down along with an hour delay for the medical evacuation last night and another hour delay in leaving our original port in Yokohama due to another medical emergency. He said that they were able to make up most of the time, but not all of it. Because of the delay we actually had time to watch the shoreline as we came into Nagasaki. ...
... devastated the city and brought the end of World War II.
I heard my grandfather visited Nagasaki to help with the rebuilding as he was in the NZ navy during the war. He never really spoke much about it specifically, except to say it was flattened. Walking around the area the bomb hit and reading about its impact was something I felt to be important, but no amount of reading about it, or hearing stories will ever prepare you for seeing it ...
... think the town of Beppu will be next. Beppu is the Onsen (hot springs) hot spot of Japan. I do have to say that having internet through a pocket wi-fi device makes a big difference in foreign travel. We are able to book our hotels and get information very easily. We are also using it to translate when needed and get us to locations. Google maps and directions is just awesome! Here are some pictures For more info please google ...
... and many of them, terraced hillsides, with perfect ,manicured ,bushes
of green tea, and vegetable gardens with crops the same as we have ,potatoes,
in flower, broad beans and onions which looked ready to harvest. Every space is
used of course. Along the coast at first ,then inland to the town of the
Firstly we walked up the narrow streets to visit a typical
home, built in the 1800’s, with the matting to sleep on ,on ...
... s top warriors. It was mainly one long street with a tiny stream running down the centre. We could look in a couple of the houses which were pretty big and nice. As we were walking around, this Japanese lady with very good English said hello and started talking to us. After a while she offered us to stay with her which was so nice. We already had something booked sadly or that would have been fun. She showed us where the castle entrance was and we went to look around. You had to pay to ...