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Travel Blogs from Iwakuni
... There are definitely downsides to it, many of which include how to raise your children with it, but I would rather have it than not.
So far on this journey, Kale has been content to explore and interact with our surroundings, be it on the plane, train, or hotel, and we have not had to resort to any kind of screen to keep him occupied. I am proud of him for being able to entertain himself the old fashioned way, and I am proud of my family for raising him that way.
... of that day for residents everyday. After we'd seen all we could we headed via tram - a tram with the highest number of stops we have ever been on - back to the train station and started our 5 hour journey to Tokyo. Our hotel in Tokyo is great, in a quieter business district area and we're on 14th floor so we have a great view of quite a lot of skyscrapers! We only had time to grab food in the hotel and head to bed ready for our last few adventures of the ...
... airplane-style food cart rumbled by with some over priced options. Of course we couldn't resist the $3 coffees which were a bit of a disappointment.
Watching the world shoot by at 200mph outside our window was conducive to napping. Efren got majorly into a novel so he didn't sleep at all, but Craig definitely dozed off. We had a change of shinkansens at Shin-Osaka the main station outside of Osaka. Craig was a bit nervous with a 9 minute connection ...
... Pearl Harbour and the American decision to bomb Japan over Germany (supposedly to hamper Soviet power).
Hiroshima was identified as an obvious target for the bomb due to its military history and when Japan refused to sign a peace treaty (they wanted to keep their Emperor and did not know about the existence of a nuclear bomb), their fate was sealed.
Little Boy (the name of the bomb) was dropped at 8.45am on 6th August 1945 and exploded ...
Well the famous Lorne and Verna came to Japan and made it out alive and a whole lot more experienced. This entry is one of the write ups that I have been doing for a local Newspaper called The Pipestone Flyer. The articles have been based on the premise of " travel as a character changing experience... and when we return home we view our home town, province and country differently than before we left". So this is what I wrote about having ...
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