Comfort Hotel Hiroshima Otemachi
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... checked the tidal times before we headed to the island as we were keen to see the Itsukushima Shrine Torii Gate (the big red gate), at high tide to get some good pictures. As the high tide was about an hour before we arrived, we headed straight to the gate for a few picture opportunities - intending to return later that afternoon at low tide also.
The gate was quite beautiful and had plenty of water flowing underneath. As it was still fairly ...
... to the hiking trail on my own.
I disembarked at shore, picked up my belongings that I left behind; making sure everything was still in my bag. Taking out my phone, I noticed it was 1.15pm and there was still another waterfall I wanted to hike to. According to the map it would take 60 minutes to reach the falls and 30 minutes to return to the shuttle bus. Estimated hiking times are often grossly overestimated, so I began powering back up the ...
August 6th, 2014. 69 years to the day from when the first atomic bomb was dropped. We arrived in the city after a multi-hour train ride. The skies had gone from clear to gray, and rain was threatening. We check into our hotel and prepare to go visit the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park. This park was built in the area directly under the hypocenter of the blast, in the open field created after the destruction of the homes, temples and other buildings. On our way to the park, we hear ...
... few bouts on YouTube before leaving Australia, we became familiar with the sport and the few rules that there are. So we arrived at Nagoya Gymnasium where it was being held at about 12:30. The days event start at 9am but we had read that most people don't arrive till 2:30pm as this is when the, lets say second division starts followed by the top guys at 3:30pm. As we walked in we saw some of the sumos arriving in taxis in their ...
... Santa hats, they
really had no clue for the change externally and internally they were about to
experience. We started on our journey with
a warm welcome from the Mayor and some hot coffee and rice sweets in his office
overlooking the town of Ashoro. A farm tour was lined up to provide my parents with a chance for comparison of machinery size, farming methods and a battle of wits. Despite the language barrier, watching my ...