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... be on the water and surrounded by mountains (albeit little ones). Another perfectly blue sky! High of 25 today. We decided to take a day from Hiroshima to go the island in advance of our planned arrival on the 17th. This will give us more time to explore the island and we will have covered some ground before we arrive for our one night stay at the Miyajima Grand. We love it here! A month on Miyajima would be heaven. Many walking trails, great food places. Lots of ...
... buffet breakfast on the 25th floor (ie with views) we took a short walk out to the Peace Memorial Museum which is in a very attractive park – the Peace Park. This is on an island in a river setting. We went into the museum which was very interesting in a harrowing sort of way but it was SO crowded, it being Sunday, we were not really able to get a full feeling from it. Part of it is closed for refurbishment anyway.
(This was a real shame, as the one ...
First time to visit Hiroshima and Itsukushima Island. Both did not disappoint. Visiting the Atomic Bomb site, Genbaku Dome, is a solemn experience and walking through the park and along the river makes me think what it must have been like during the days after the bomb dropped. The Memorial Museum was solemn and heartbreaking -- "Mizu o kuda sai" just those few words, I am filled with kanashi sa. ...
... forums, I know now, how hard it is to get a SIM card for travellers in Japan, thanks to the reception people, I have now one, and it works!
Yesterday, the afternoon I spend my time in the peace park, just walking distance from the hostel.
The so called "atomic bomb dome", stands at one end of that park, where big crowds of people, mainly students , were lectured by their teacher about this human tragedy.
I have to admit, ...
... town at 3:30pm. Ambitiously, I wanted to get the first 3 trails completed so I left the couple behind to progress through Course A at a faster pace, which would take approximately 2 hours to complete according to the map.
The first course followed a rocky gorge on an elevated path that followed the right side of the river, covered by trees and dotted with waterfalls on each side. Some of the waterfalls were chipping away into red granite ...