Blue Wave Inn Hiroshima
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... to host weddings and is a place one might pray for success in life or in business matters.
On the other hand, Buddhism is considered a religion of spiritual matters and temples are used for funerals and to pray for one's ancestors.
One enters a shrine through a torii gate. Usually there are a pair of guardian dogs or lions on either side of the entry to a Shinto Shrine. There is also a purification fountain near the entrance to the shrine ...
... was limited which is a shame as I was looking forward to seeing the Inland Sea. It was very cold when we left the station and we decided to take a taxi to the hotel. I have to confess I was looking forward to sleeping in a bed as I have quite severe sciatica and am taking painkillers. We had a very busy itinerary planned in Hiroshima as we wanted to visit the Shinto shrine of Miyajima on an island about 1 hour by tram from town. We caught the tram from a couple ...
... was talking of getting another, but as there was still so much more food to sample, we moved on.
Next we came across some kind of fresh seafood cooking on a stick. So began my ongoing joke throughout the holiday that if it was on a stick Cindy would eat it. Wendy and Cindy shared two sticks - Wendy will kick me but I can't remember the flavours now. I believe one of them was octopus - which her and Cindy both adored. They went back for ...
... to become the Train Master.
Paul (Me): Along for the ride and cultural experience, being the only person with a camera, I was the Photo Master, responsible for documenting our trip through the lens of my Lumix TZ40.
Alarms set for 8.30, we had planned to check out of our hostel early and head out for a day trip to Okunoshima on the way to Hiroshima where we were staying for two nights. The plan was to take a Shinkansen ...
We were rudely awaken by the boys pounding on the paper thin walls and screaming. It was 7. Everyone else had wanted to get up at 8. They would do the same ritual every ten minutes. I thought they did this just to be annoying, but they did have a reason. Last night after I had gone ot bed with a pounding headache, all the other girls stayed up till 1 whispering and i guess the boys heard and couldn`t sleep. I mean, i wouldve been okay ...