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... space adventure. I also bought my new phone case from the store as well as a spider man necklace and singlet top.
After wards we walked down the street and I took a look in the manga shop where I bought Tahlia a gift. A Kuroko no Basket poster.
And I tried my first star bucks hot chocolate. I like them, also I got a cookie and they heated it up for me ...
"lady"In the morning we packed up our things and headed to
Hiroshima to visit a some places related to the atomic bomb released on
Hiroshima. It was hard for sensei and going there made me feel sad as well
because there was a bunch of storied from the people who lived through the
bombing and people who are still living to this very day to share their
story. First stop was the Genbaku Dome,
which is one of the buildings that ...
... journey occurs entirely within the zone of total destruction. The bomb blast destroyed everything, bar two or three metal and stone structures, within a 2.5km radius. But then why do we use radius? What it means is that a burning fist 5km wide punched a hole in the centre of the city. Hiroshima was chosen because of its dense, unobstructed, urban spread. The tram lines still follow the lines of the firebreaks that were bulldozed through the town in 1943-45 to stop ...
... properly once I had dumped my sweat-inducing bag. A very kind lady in the International Lounge allowed me to use a computer and, after also enjoying the air-conditioning, I walked back across the river and the couple of blocks to J-Hoppers. I need not have bothered with all that palaver as the hostel was open and Tom, an English guy who runs the hostel with his Japanese wife, gave me a very warm welcome. I was soon checked in and back out on the streets heading ...
... take a proper japanese style bow and then walk across the car.. once they reach the far end of the car, just before leaving the car, they would turn around, smile nicely again, and again take a proper bow and then only leave the car.. wow..
After being flabbergasted by the politeness of the crew, I submitted to the surroundings I passed by as we crossed cities like Kyoto, Nagoya, Osaka, Himeji etc....across mountains, crossing rivers, cutting ...