Hiroshima Intelligent Hotel Grand
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... 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.
Fresh from the mountains it was time to rejoin the chaos. It was time for Hiroshima, a city which evokes perhaps many of the worst traits of human kind. The center point of the city is the Peace park which is underneath where the first atomic bomb detonated 600m above the ground. There are many monuments including one of the few surviving buildings, as well as a flame which will be kept burning until the last atomic bomb is dismantled. One ...
And for those keeping score:
Osaka loop: Adam slept
Shinkansen: Adam slept
Tram 1: Adam slept
Tram 2: Adam slept
Ferry waiting room: Adam slept
Shinkansen 2: we both slept
Due to some really bad internet (really getting this posted took a lot) There maybe a delay in photos for the next few days. I'll do what I can when I can but promise nothing as even getting this text to load took ...
... shopping and got some souvenirs which was something I have really been holding off on so far on the trip. Lastly, we stopped at the Miyajima traditional craft center where there were beautiful displays of carved wood art. The island is known for carving rice scoops, plates and bowls, and turned wood items. So sadly we got on the ferry and had to ...
... 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 ...