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... an intimidating and complicated map to read! I was at a lost. I was looking at stops the subway was stopping at and they weren't showing up on my map! I thought I was already lost so early on my trip. I look to my right and there was a woman going over some papers that were written half in english and the other half in Japanese, I figured she was some kind of english teacher, to my left there's a young guy in a suit reading some ...
... 2 hours on a super express train to get to there. We dropped our bags at the hostel, stopped for some lunch, and then walked to Peace Memorial Park and the Hiroshima Memorial Museum. We started in the museum. There were displays written in Japanese and English explaining the history of Japan and Hiroshima leading up to the day of the A-bomb, August 6th 1945, details on the construction of the bomb and the planning for the drop, and details and ...
... it was also a bit of a relief to breathe properly and have a good old slouch in a chair again! The night do was at a really nice restaurant in Ebisu where they had a buffet meal with the most amazing battered prawns I’ve ever had in my life! Man I was glad to be out of the kimono when it came to dinner as I would have been popping out of it with all the delicious food I ate. They also had some games where they put people into teams and gave a quiz on how well ...
... just my stomach clenching violently.
We opted for the Cinderella package which included dessert, herbal tea, a special cocktail and a picture with our very own prince charming.
Desperate not to drink I tried to negotiate a non-alcoholic version, to little avail. **** it. When one must, bottoms up!
We selected our desserts, and were told in the most courteous possible manner, that three of the five possible options were ...
... at my map and figuring out the fare, and an attendant came up to offer help. At the Fukagawa Edo museum there was a volunteer who spoke English, so she walked through the entire exhibit with us. The Japanese crew for the show can't wait to take us out and show us the town.
I also have been eating a lot of things that I'm not sure exactly what they are. But I was expecting that and luckily I'm an ...
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