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Days 16 & 17 in Nagasaki featured some long walks, some more cemeteries (the best views), a hike up Mount Inasa with a dance at the top, a journey down on the cable car (which scared Emily a bit), a meal of the local speciality of Champon (with the last few ...
... just because I have been living in a concrete jungle for so many months. That didn't last long though because once we arrived in Nagasaki city it was back to tall buildings and neon lights. The sun set much later though then what I am used to in Sapporo, so that was another added bonus and there was a huge Christmas tree at Nagasaki Station.
After the bus dropped us off we wheeled our luggage up and over the highway using the elevators and foot bridge. Once we got some ...
... of Block away was Dejima the former fanshaped island and Dutch trading post which has been partly reconstructed based on old paintings drawings and photographs. The Dutch were not allowed to enter mainland so were stuck on the island. Only one time a year the chief merchant was allowed to visit the shogun in Edo now Tokyo a roundtrip of 90 days. Interesting to learn how japan learned from the west and vice versa... Holland ...
Without much success despite trying out a couple more car rental companies, had to turn to Plan B! But what's plan B? Is there a plan B....
The direct coach ride from the airport to Nagasaki was about 2-3 hours.
Plan of visiting the scenic pottery villages in Okawachiyama and Arita was gone!
... to signal their desire for peace to remain throughout the world against atomic bombs. We wondered around a bit more before headed to the hypo centre where the bomb hit where there were a few monuments and some stairs which took you down to ground level when the bomb hit. We then crossed to some stairs which took us to the peace museum. I think the one in Nagasaki is more shocking than in Hiroshima because of the photos they show you (which are extremely graphic) and also some ...
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