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... while Alistair and David trekked on ahead. I quickly caught back up with them, briefly stopping again while David used the WC. For some reason David required toilet stops two or three times the frequency of me and Alistair.
We opted to take a different path back down the mountain that went down the other more shady side of the mountain. Granted that downhill paths are a lot easier, this path also seemed a lot less stair intensive, with plenty of ...
... images in the texts were created by students in Hiroshima Sr. High school during the time of printing. In addition to our peace education discussion, we were fortunate to be able to observe and entire morals class. Students from 1st grade on receive 35 classes on morals. What a concept! Students often are provided a situation, it is dissected and then reflected upon. Students are expected to share experiences when the situations hit home and how they ...
... entering the bath. There is a separate bath for men and one for women. This sounds fine to me.
Don't forget to wash yourself off before entering the bath with water, either from a tap or washbowl provided. Get in the communal bath with the other guests.
Japanese baths are enjoyed naked. Japanese baths ARE ENJOYED NAKED. JAPANESE BATHS ARE ENJOYED NAKED.
Wait a minute. Did she just keep repeating that or did my brain just stop ...
... bomb. The city was to be rebuilt as a city of peace.
The Cenotaph resembles an ancient arch-shaped house. The design was to shelter the souls of the victims from the elements. An inscription reads, "Let all the souls here rest in peace, for we shall not repeat the evil".
It is for those that died in the initial blast and the 100,000 that died later from the exposure to the radiation.
Below the arch is a stone chest that contains ...
... roam around the island freely. They were very people friendly and sought out any food or paper based items to eat including a woman's magazine and someone else's leaflet. We headed first to the cable car area where you can go up Mt. Misen. It took quite a walk to get there but we took some photos of the Torii gate along the way. Once at the cable car we got a single trip so that we could walk back down the mountain. The weather ...