Comfort Hotel Nagasaki
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... br> Monday night I was back again in Hiroshima, same hostel, nice welcome back!
The road back this time not along the coast but inland, lead me to cross several high hills, before reaching Hiroshima.
Next day it was time to bring the bike to a repair shop, the chains live span,after now nearly 12 thousands kilometre, had done its duty.
Finally my stay in this city reached four days, first the bike was not ...
... mainly British) population of Nagasaki which developed as trade from the west was reintroduced in the late 19th century. There were absolutely brilliant views over Nagasaki which looks fantastic with buildings spread up both hillsides either side of the Nakashima river. Thomas Glover who the park is names after, was a particularly interesting character as it turns out he introduced the first steam train in Japan, the first ...
... and advancement could annihilate whole cities and countries. At the museum they also had a section on the paper crane story. I had read about this in primary school which is based on the true story of Sadako Sasaki, who lived in Hiroshima at the time of the atomic bombing, Sadako was 3 years old when the explosion occurred, about one mile from Ground Zero. In November 1954, when Sadako was 12 she developed swellings on her neck and behind ...
... religions. Facing the statue is a large reflecting pool with the fountain resembling the wings of a dove further symbolizing the desire for peace. Many school children were singing and praying and taking class photos in front of the statute.
The highlight of this park for us was an encounter with a survivor. This man was 14 when the bomb dropped and he keeps vigil daily by one of the statues. He brings flowers and says prayers ...
... Another oddity of Japan is the huge number of outdoor vending machines…there is one for every 25 citizens, so they blanket the cities (it also tells you that crime must be low in Japan since they are not vandalized and look bright and shiny!).
Nagasaki also gave us a nice farewell—an excellent school ...