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... off. Also, there were artifacts and each of them told the story of a person. I think I want to be a forensic anthropologist now.
Carlene got all these conspiracy theories about spirits not wanting her to be there. I played along with her. We were the last ones out. Everyone else was already waiting. Matt gave me this breath freshener and it tasted like medicine. He told everyone it was candy. But the museum was really cool. It didn't ...
... your shirt it would form ice crystals before it had a chance to soak in. I thought that was pretty cool.
The idiot Australian walking around the peace park in a shirt prompted one old Japanese man on a bicycle to slow down and yell "Oooh! You cold! Yes?". He laughed and then pedaled off when I answered with "Hai! Chotto samui desu" (Yes! A little cold).
With check-in time reached, and the rain not letting up we returned to the ...
... once, it is the first time I have the feeling I get an idea of the city even if I do not belong to those people who measure their knowledge of a place by how many bars they have seen and hangovers they have acquired ... Nigiyaka (lively) and wide as the hiro in Hiroshima indicates seem to describe it quite well. What I really like is that people are no longer extremely surprised, that a foreigner is able to speak some Japanese, ...
... mound. It is much smaller. It is the grave-site of all the Koreans that died in the blast. They were not allowed to be buried in the park because of the severe animosity between the two countries.
The debate over the morality of using the bomb will never end. The facts are that 9 out of 10 victims were women and children. Another bomb was dropped on Nagasaki, Japan two days later, having the same results. Fortunately, no other atomic bomb has been used in the ...
... front of the Itsukushima Shrine (when it's high tide, unfortunately the tide was on the way out when i turned up so I didn't get the full effect). What i didn't realise is that the entire shrine is built on stilts so when the tide is in the entire site would look like it's floating on the water. Talk about your fancy beach-front property! :)
When the tide started to fully recede you can walk right up to the gate and ...
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