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I wasn't keeping an eye out on the time but when we finally reached the top it would have almost taken us the full estimated 90 minutes. I’m pretty sure we took the harder trail to get to the top, because it was definitely not 'more of a walk than a hike’ as described by Steve. We ascended some more stairs to get to the top floor of the observation post to reveal the ocean and surrounding islands. The view regarded as “one of the top ...
... images in the texts were created by students in Hiroshima Sr. High school during the time of printing. In addition to our peace education discussion, we were fortunate to be able to observe and entire morals class. Students from 1st grade on receive 35 classes on morals. What a concept! Students often are provided a situation, it is dissected and then reflected upon. Students are expected to share experiences when the situations hit home and how they ...
... Oysters, and these custard filled cakes. If a shop wasn't selling oysters prepared in some fashion (raw, boiled, fried, crumbed, on a stick, etc), chances are they'd be making custard filled cakes. And the oysters they were all selling were absolutely massive. At what appeared to be an average of a few hundred yen a piece though (a few dollars) they'd want to be good. The locals seemed to be enjoying them. They were certainly ...
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It seems everytime I leave a country, there are things I leave behind that I did not get to see or do. Spending a night in a ryokan will be one of the things for Japan.
I still have enough time to get the ferry back to shore and get a late bullet train to Kyoto. It's night as the train pulls into Kyoto. From a distance I see the KYOTO TOWER. It is my landmark in Kyoto. Soon I will be at my hostel . . . in my shower . . . ...
Soon tired! Got to the island around 9:30. Perfect timing for high tide. The red torii in the ocean. Very cool. Lots of photos. Then went over to the shrine (the main one?). They started a ceremony of some sort but we only watched a little. Made our way to the bus stop for the rope way to the the top of Mt. Miser. Had some sweet potato ice cream. Eh. Had to walk up a small semi steep hill for the bus. After the bus ...
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