Dormy Inn Hakata Gion
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... Later on in the day I headed to the Fukuoka tower and found a beautiful beach there, the first real beach I'd been to in Japan. I cycled along by the beach for a while having earlier visited the Hawks town mall and had some nice curry udon noodles. After avoiding the rush hour traffic(just) I returned the bike and headed into the canal city mall for dinner. I had ...
... chanting and a great public respect for the best athletes. This was shown most when I was ushered away from walking across the path of one famous fighter(the biggest person I've ever seen!). It was probably partly for my safety as if I had bumped into him I would have been crushed! The Japanese went crazy for him and I saw middle aged women walking away giggling with glee. Most clashes ended with one ...
... to chance to return, we will. I've spent 8 months of my life in Japan over the last 5 years and it is not even close to enough :) But....onward and forward to the next destination.
Get ready to get your jealous faces out, we are in the tropics with lush vegetation, spicy food and sweaty armpits. We are still enjoying all the amenities like hot chocolate but unlike you silly Americans with your winter weather, we drink our chocolate over ice. See you soon!
... from car horns. The Japanese have been very courteous (lots of bowing) and friendly in their own reserved way.
After one more sea day, we were in Fukuoka. It was a glorious, sunny day, in the high 60’s, perfect for exploring this ...
... man, with his right hand pointing towards the sky where the atomic bomb was exploded. This was to symbolise Nagasaki’s wish for worldwide nuclear non-proliferation. The statues left arm was fully extended to the left, symbolising the desire for world peace. The left foot was planted to the ground, portraying that action (putting your foot down to symbolise doing something) is required for nuclear non-proliferation and world peace. His right foot was ...