Hiroshima Airport Hotel
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... This was quite a time consuming exercise, but because the custom people were really friendly and talkative, more interested about my travel then the unpacking, I was not to much worried.
Warmer weather was expected, and so it was, a very nice feeling after experiencing the Siberian cold. Saying good bye to all my friends meet on the ship, the ride into Japan could begin.
During that first day in Japan, I spend most of the time ...
... seems to have a limited supply of food. I walk down a mall looking like a pink sweaty pig tand find somewhere that won't fax my brain to much. I walk in, and am told there is no food!! It's too late to make an exit though I'm sure other people would so I have a drink and take advantage of their wifi. Fortunately the food ban doesn't last long and I can order tapas. It's ok. The prawns are nice but the chef needed lessons In cooking ...
... then asked to show their cards, and both mums also thought it wrong on account of the indiscriminate widespread suffering. Andrew & I both thought it was right on account of the bigger picture. I think it was Lauren who asked a very interesting question - who of us would have obeyed the order to fly the Enola Gay (and would you have suicided afterwards) ?
We pack up and leave tomorrow for Kyoto. Hard to believe we are 2 weeks in.
... to keep you warm while waiting, plus a small heater. Headed to the supermarket to get some food for the Shinkansen ride to Osaka. Trip took about 2 hours. It was raining slightly. Back to our nice little apartment, Lorry's and Geoff's "pile of rags". Peter cooked up some nice spag bol which made him feel better. Then played cards again. Such fun and ...
... crane bracelet which was adorable. As we entered the museum we were surrounded by history leading up to the bombing, the bombing itself and the after effects which I think was perfect because it gave us a full picture. One thing I learned was that Hiroshima was picked mostly because they did not have any US allied Prisoner of War camps here which is something I hadn't known before. One of my favorite parts of the museum was seeing all 604 letters sent by the Mayor's ...