Best Western Premier Hotel Nagasaki
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... me; lights, food, and ambiance, and the right to call it mine for the next few days.
Dragons on the left, flute players to the left. Zodiac animals and the odd kangaroo. Good coffee at a hidden bar and lights that flicker all night long. Monkey see, Monkey do, say the tourists and all around me people ...
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8/11 Stage 66 yamaguchi -kitakyushu Km 120
9/11 Stage 67 Kitakyushu - Nagasaki. Km 130
I have not written a new entry, since I left this nice people, which is a while ago.
That does not mean my journey is over yet, presently I am crisis crossing Japan, it's only my blog writing which just took a bit of a " ...
... the 250 year period and many Christians were crucified for continuing practising their religion. However, Christians managed to continue to practice in secret suiting this whole period so there are now many churches present in Nagasaki which seems very odd as they have not been present in any of the cities I have visited so far. Later on in the afternoon I visited Glover garden which displays a number of homes from the ...
... that one who created a thousand origami cranes would be cured by the gods. Her wish was simply to live. She never reached her goal and sadly passed away. The book has been used for peace education programs in primary schools around the world and very moving and that was why I knew about it whilst attending Saint Patricks in Holbrook. We sat down and tried to make a paper crane following the directions but failed miserably but it is great ...
... damage. Reconstruction took many years after the city was left a wasteland. Everyone we met was very polite and well-mannered, though reserved, and seemed to hold no animosity towards American visitors.
Every two blocks all over Japan we saw 7-Eleven stores…the Japanese find them very ...