Hiroshima Ekimae Green Hotel
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... from victims and their relatives. There is a separate memorial for the victims with a central round atrium with a fountain bubbling in the center. On the wall is a mosaic made from 140,000 tiles, representing the number of victims, depicting the devastation after the bomb. You get there by following a circular path going underground. It was truly effective and very touching. In the park is a statue of a young ...
... a really fabulous little Indian restaurant, run by some cooks from Nepal. The food was fresh (we watched them bake the naan bread) and so tasty. We took pictures of it all. Such good value for money and, as we were upstairs at the international ferry terminal, we enjoyed the views over the water, watching the high speed catamarans and more laboured ferries, entering and leaving their berths.
A simple, but really very enjoyable day.
After our marathon walk yesterday, we thought we would have an easier day today. When we left the hotel, it was raining, ever so lightly. Arthur confidently predicted that the rain would ease and we shouldn't bother going back into the hotel for our wet gear. Why I listen, I will never understand but, despite my misgivings, we set off in the tram for the stop close to Hiroshima Castle.
By the time we got off the tram, the slight ...
... of sharing. He proceeded to give me a head bunt to the hip and then looked at me and licked his lips. Not wanting to give up my corn cob he head bunted me again before we took off and lost him in a crowd of other tourists, crazy deer.
Tomorrow we will be heading back to the main island and onto our final stop, Osaka. We will be staying in Osaka for 9 days, with many day trips to Kyoto and the surrounding area planned.
Talk to you soon,
... venture out in search of food and we ended up at a place that was similar to the one we went to in Fukuoka with Anna and Joel and the beef and rice we got were absolutely delicious. To be honest I'm still getting the hang of the food here but I have developed a obsession for the things I have come to love here and I'm not looking forward to leaving them behind. After lunch we (by we I mean Jord as I am more like a useless sidekick when it comes to directions and usually just follow ...