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... that was at the epicentre of the A-Bomb explosion which miraculously was left standing, of sorts. I think it's a very unusual monument, there aren't huge crowds (they are mostly in Peace Park) but there is a steady stream of people and despite it being the only building left from the explosion and a reminder of the terrible devastation it's not morbid at all. We ride through Peace Park and there are loads of school trips, a few having big open air prayer sessions in ...
... as bad as I thought it would be. The most intense part of the museum were the stories about the children and the models of them. The bodies were melting from the heat, their skin was peeling off and they were burning.
There were audio sets so you could listen to a voice that would tell you about the diaramas. It got too intense so we took them off. ...
... and many more from side effects since. Across the river from this is the peace memorial park. This is built on an area where of the approximately 6,300 people only 3 made it out alive. There are various monuments and trees that have been donated to help make the city one of peace. We went inside the reflection room where there are tributes to the deceased and Sami showed us the tributes to her father-in-law and brother-in-law who had both died on that day. Also in ...
... that human shares." The path up the hill includes a waterfall. It's a quiet peaceful spot, definitely worthwhile if you have a little extra time in Hiroshima. (Thanks to Gailsensei who pointed this out in her blog at http://gailsensei.blogspot.com/2009/07/ magic-of-mitaki.html) If I hadn't seen her blog, I never would have found this place.)
High drama, elaborate costumes, gender variance, and wigs of many ...
... back to the bus. He must have forgotten something.
Returning from the bus stop, Andrew ran back to his girlfriend and said in a frustrated voice “I left my shoes on the bus”. The bus had already gone and he left his shoes on the luggage rack. He would be left to complete the hike wearing only thongs but did compensate by mentioning that the entire hiking path was paved. It got pretty awkward at this stage so I left the couple, ...