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... to guide them.
As we entered the lobby of Khaosan we all noted how nice the hostel looked and started to look forward to our lodging. I was completely over walking and was greatly looking forward to showing and collapsing the first comfortable surface I could find. Alistair gave his name at the counter and the receptionist responded "Alistair 1 night"? Returning a blank look, David commented 'You better have booked for all of us for two ...
... quite glad of an evening to look around and explore. We decided not to get the tram back to the hotel and just walk, it was a lovely walk. Hiroshima has quite a lot of rivers cutting through it so there are lots of waterside cafés. We made it back to the hotel to cool down and clean up before we headed out for dinner, it had been a very, very, very sweaty day.
We headed out with a place to eat in mind, an Irish pub called Molly Malones. It had great reviews about ...
... The park is where the largest damage was, they decided to leave it largely undeveloped. There is a tomb with names of all the victims and a museum. Joel and I visited the museum and rented audio guides. They explained a lot of the history of the city that was new to us as well as history of the war and bomb development. They had then a second area about the effects, showing clothing, cement with ...
... around. How did she get here?! Now don't get me wrong, I am one for big heels but seriously, how did she climb all that way in stilettos? Even I think that's mad. I didn't know whether to applaud her in congratulation or tell her to have a word with herself. Crazy. Anyway, I was eventually dragged down off the platform and after being forbidden by David to climb a giant rock which was hanging around on the summit (although to be fair, I did realise it would be ...
... and so on, they are currently the only country to ever use a nuclear weapon in anger. Even now, decades later and after numerous treaties to ban this and reduce that there are still tens of thousands of nuclear warheads in bunkers all over the globe and more countries are joining the nuclear arms race as the years roll by. In the museum there were copies of letters sent to President Obama this year, the most recent in August to strenuous complain about ...
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