Green Rich Hotel Iwakuni Ekimae
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- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
- Multilingual staff
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Travel Blogs from Iwakuni
... long trip. Nikhil joined her for the leg in Japan. We grabbed lunch in Hiroshima then went to Heiwakinen Park to see the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum and Atomic Bomb Dome. It's a pretty sobering sight. What happened there was horrific. We caught an electric train, JR train, then JR ferry to Itsikushima. More deer, and a Torii gate set in the water. It's beautiful. We sort of saw the Daisho-in ...
Our hotel is interesting needless to say. We are on a half smoking floor...??? So the hallways reeks but at least our room Is ok. Also the bathroom is shared for men and women. So there are open urinals, so every time I have to go pee I peak my head in because I 100% don't don't comfortable walking by a guy standing at a urinal. That's disgusting! Also this morning there was someone sitting in the toilet (the only western style toilet) smoking!!!! Ugh, thankfully it's only 2 ...
... further. Using Alistair and Steve’s combined knowledge of the Japanese language; we managed to skilfully order a combination plate. The combination plate was not really enough to fill us but left us temporarily satisfied as we contemplated having a forth meal after we found an Onsen.
After some initial transport confusion we found our way to an Onsen that was recommended by the hostel. I noticed at this Onsen that no tattoos were allowed, which ...
... street car. It was like one train car riding through the street. We rode that for 40 minutes until we got to somewhat of an island. Then, we rode a ferry to deer island(i think) and got to explore there.
Deer roamed everywhere. Im not even joking or exaggerating. Deer would just be in the streets and you could pet them. They tried to eat your food though. For lunch, Liana, Carlene and I got curry! Mine had chicken in it though so ...
... very reflective. October will mark the sixth year of working on the road. Being a big fan of Viktor Frankl and his work, I always seem to be in search of the meaning of my experiences. What can I take away from my road experiences?
I have learned lessons about big ideas through the experiences of many people living their daily lives. Instead of big ideas directing ...