Hiro Station Hotel Annex
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... included at the Ryokan, with the most exciting being the Kaiseki dinner, consisting of 4 courses over 2-3 hours. Alistair had found some Japanese robes in a cupboard which we put on as we were served the mean in our traditional Japanese room. The floors were covered in tatami mats with two low tables in the centre of the room which our meal would be served on. We were all seated on floor chairs that made sitting on the floor for an extended time quite ...
... it is this kind of continuous teaching of morals that preserves the culture of Japan and provides for a people that are responsible and respectful and a country that remains quite safe. I think there is something to be said about continuing to teach morals and ethics at school through a formalized curriculum and at home. We are often quite reactive in the US. We don't intervene until there is a problem. Behavior, for example, is a reactive area. We have ...
... for poisonous snakes and bees, great, how do you know if the snake is poisonous! After setting some ground rules with Mark about not leaving my side for fear of seeing a snake, we start the ascent! After much huffing and puffing from both of us we reach the top, well sort of, the observatory landing is shut today!
Deer are everywhere on this island and they are so tame and cheeky that they come up to you looking for food and ...
... They pray in front of the Cenotaph and the Statue of the A-Bomb Children from the early morning until evening. In the evening, small lanterns are lit and floated down the river along the park. The fire for the lanterns is called the "Embers of the Atomic Bomb".
Messages to console the souls of the dead and a wish for peace are written on the lanterns. Hundreds of them float down the river. Many foreigners participate in this annual event, not just ...
... was also quite testing for our fitness but we made it in good time and it was lovely to have the sun and blue sky as well. At the bottom we found a lovely little place to have some noodles or curry for lunch since we were starving. After that we went back down, looked at a few of the temples on the island and then wondered around the shops for a while. It was getting into the mid afternoon then so we hopped back onto the ferry and ...
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