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It's been occurring to me the last few days that I'm quite dependent on my smartphone. So many times in the last 3 days have I arrived somewhere and realized that it just didn't occur to me to come up with an alternate plan or exit strategy because I'm so used to whipping out my phone to save the day. So when we got off the train in small town, Japan and I couldn't figure out how to text our friends to let them know we were there (on what Cliff has dubbed "the burner ...
... Hall for the victims. Admission is free and when you enter you descend on a spiral walkway as it tells the story of the bombing and the aftermath. As we left, the lady on the front counter handed each girl a tiny origami box with an even tinier paper crane inside. After a short break (and the girls bought t-shirts with anti-nuclear messages on them) we headed to the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum. This was crawling with school children, each with their worksheets to complete. ...
... Arrived in Hiroshima to drizzly rain and got on the streetcar to get to the hotel, which was also coincidently located near a shopping mall that seemed to go on for miles. We were a little bit naughty and indulged in Japanese McDonalds (which surprisingly tasted no different) before retiring to our hotel. Our dinner adventure for the night consisted of the ...
... normal tourists! We found our way to the right platform at Shin-Osaka and again created a bit of a faux pa when we then climbed onto the wrong train. People started running toward us and waving their hands and indicating "get off" in no uncertain terms, some poor guard is probably still getting beaten up about that as I write. I thought it was a bit odd that the train was sitting there empty, but then again, I am but the humble dancing monkey. Soon onboard the right train, off ...
... and within striking distance of their goal, their train stopped. It was now after 8 pm. Thankfully they were able to let me know back in Osaka , what was going on. After waiting a while they were asked to leave the train. Apparently a tree had fallen on the tracks and their train just wasn't going to continue. Taxis were arranged to take them to the local town.
Bryan was able to persuade the driver to take ...
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