Green Hill Hotel Onomichi
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... such great views from here and we saw all of the crazy currents in the water. It was strange but they seemed to be flowing all over the place and you could see them really clearly in the sunlight. Ben had to press on as he had a bus to catch back across the islands to Onomichi so we said our goodbyes. Then we steadily carried on. The bridge seemed to last forever! As we reached the end we found a dog running around with no owner and near a busy junction. We grabbed him by ...
... ride away from Onomichi and something I was really keen to see. The island had been abandoned after the Hiroshima bombing and legend has it that the rabbits there as pets escaped and bred...like rabbits! We found our way to the ferry and there you could buy rabbit food so I got a bag. As soon as we got off the ferry and onto the island you could see the rabbits. All colours and sizes....so cute! What we weren't expecting so much was how beautiful the ...
... any rate, the waitress appears very quickly and provides us with a Japanese menu. She is extremely tiny and looks to be about 14 (although probably more like 34). Before she walks away I use a phrase I have now sort of mastered "Nama biru o kudasai." Erika had to help me write this but I know how to make the appropriate sounds and the sounds translate to "draft beer please." I then point at the beer menu and using only clicking sounds, ...
As we got to sleep pretty late the night before and we had to wake up sort of early to get our free breakfast - 9AM - it didn't surprise me that we were both feeling pretty tired after breakfast. On this day we would travel to the outskirts of Hiroshima and perhaps take a bike ride between some of the islands on the Japanese Inland Sea. Once again while there is plenty of water to surf on in this region the WindGuru ...
... Putting this off, we headed back to the mainland to see the sights of Tomonoura. The Rough Guide had recommended some ruins as the best place to view the bay and get your bearings - after 4 wrong turns we finally found "the place" - which turned out to be 4 stray cats, a cemetery and a lot of stairs. The views were obstructed by buildings all around. We then searched for "the whisper bridge" again to no avail, but we did manage to taste the medicinal ...