Hiroshima Garden Palace
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... the noodles. Lastly, he fried 2 eggs into a circle and placed the noodles and cabbage layers it too, brushing it one last time with the special sauce. The okonomiyaki was placed In front of us on the grill ad we were given our own spatula to cut it all up to eat it. Meh.... Not so good. Filling but odd. Flavours were just ok. The Swiss chalet sauce just made me want Swiss chalet instead of nutrition less noodles and egg. Justin really liked it though! HAHAHAHA The other them ...
... via a series of tunnels and bridges that passed through hills and above tiny towns on the elevated highway. I found myself surrounded by mountains on both sides of the express way, completely by green forest. Any flat land was fully utilised with rice crops or housing. The morning coffee kept me awake to enjoy the scenic views that the Japanese express way had to offer until we reached Sandankyo around 9.30am.
I hopped off the bus and ...
... Itsukushima Shrine which is made to look like it floats in the middle of the ocean. Honestly, as shrines go this one was ok but not as beautiful or as awe-inspiring as the Golden Pavilion in Kyoto. Nevertheless, the island is still worth visiting as there are wild deer wondering around the streets and the possibility of climbing Mt. Misen, which has breath taking views at the top.
On my second day ...
... in the week, a young father was telling me about how he had to be mindful of his two year old son who already knew how to place a call on his iphone.
It was a colorful day in the park. My colleague and I saw everything from large, multi-colored origami cranes (Does this meet your criteria Brenda?) to a marching band in their royal blue ...
... a person sitting on the steps of a bank waiting for it to open. He was right in the middle of where the fire ball was and the only thing left of him is a shadow that can still be seen on the stone stairs. They gave quite a fair overview of the events leading up to the bomb drop and the Americans have even donated items and letters to the museum. It's a must see in Hiroshima. Took me about 4 hours to go found and read ...