Apa Hotel Hiroshima Ekimae
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... as you only have to stop and rustle paper or a book and your surrounded, as I found out when I sat on bench trying to read my newly acquired Japanese language book! (speaking Japanese doesn't seem too daunting but it's understanding people when they talk to you, you really need to concentrate!) After my day on Miyajima I wandered back through Hiroshima city to have a quick look around the castles grounds (I did warn you about the castles!) It ...
... between shrines and temples, accommodating both the Shinto and Buddhism religions, despite the fact that they seem clustered around each other and the Japanese utilise both.
Shinto has its foundation in the feudal days of Japan and was based on the belief that powerful gods, kami, inhabited both heaven and earth. Each clan identified with its own kami and used a shaman to help them pray, often building shrines to their chosen kami. The ...
Day 66 Hiroshima
An early start today with the usual routine, I tried to wake up Mark a few times by hammering on his door but he sleeps like a log so I was unable to wake him up. I slipped a note under his door telling him what I had planned for today and then left him in the land of Nod. Today we had planned to go to see Hiroshima.
I made my way to Osaka station to catch the train to Shin-Osaka station. I made my way onto the Osaka loop line train and made ...
... got up circled a couple of more times and then stood perfectly still in the middle of the room. Now I know this is not the response I've seen in the safety videos, but let's get real, this was me in crisis mode.
After the dust settled so to speak, I laid back down and thought through everything that had just happened and frankly, began to laugh. There are ...
... district called Hon-dori and did some browsing and more eating. Efren got a wonderful foot massage, and we generally spent the afternoon relaxing and reflecting on everything we at seen earlier in the day.
As night fell, we were taken aback by the marvelous display of holiday lights along the city's main drag -- appropriately called "Peace Boulevard". The displays were clearly themed for Christmas, but the focus was not on outwardly religious topics ...