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... to walk the extra mile and check it out. Well either I went on the wrong day, or at the wrong time, or don't understand the word "lively" as I should have saved my shoe leather. It certainly wasn't lively and the street wasn't exactly packed with vendors but I did count three carts so I guess the "carts" bit was correct.
Also checked the water front area out when I was reserving my ticket to Busan. So that's it for Japan. Next stop ...
... was so much smoke over Kokura they couldn't see.
There were also clouds over Nagasaki which mixed with a dwindling fuel supply almost forced them to abort. But there was a break in the clouds briefly, and the atomic bomb was released over the city.
Just thinking about that seems crazy. Had the clouds not let up, maybe tens of thousands of people would have been spared. The rest of the museum showed the impact of the heat, blast, and radiation on the ...
... to a 5 star hotel because of a crowded convention.
Oh, a funny incident happened on the way here; I board the modern Korean bullet train and quickly stuff my backpack and duffel bag on the open overhead racks as the aircraft-like cabin fills with people. As the train accelerates to its 120 mph clip I look around and notice all the people on the other side of the ...
... in English and in Japanese.
After leaving the venue, we walked to the station and took the lift to the top floor of the mall, home to many Japanese restaurants which advertise their menus on notice boards, with photographs of the dishes they serve. Andy spotted his beloved yakitori chicken and I asked, in my best Japanese, a group of young people where we could find the restaurant in question. Again we were taken to the door by one of the youngsters; ...
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