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... that she would have success with her exams and Katie was very pleased. She decided to join the others and tie the fortune strip to the stand and leave it there to be fulfilled. We spent a couple of hours looking around the shrine and decided to have lunch. There is quite a holiday feel about the island which must be very enjoyable in the warmer months. There are crooked streets and streams making it a truly lovely place. There are a large number of shops ...
... small bags and the like, made from material available in almost all the shops. And yeah, it was here that I bought my first Japanese souvenirs. I also took a picture of the lovely lady proudly showing off her bags made from the material samples available. She was so proud to show off her work.
Once we'd purchased our souvenirs, we headed around through the rear of the village (which was interspersed with the touristy part of the island), and made ...
... to become the Train Master.
Paul (Me): Along for the ride and cultural experience, being the only person with a camera, I was the Photo Master, responsible for documenting our trip through the lens of my Lumix TZ40.
Alarms set for 8.30, we had planned to check out of our hostel early and head out for a day trip to Okunoshima on the way to Hiroshima where we were staying for two nights. The plan was to take a Shinkansen ...
... away so we walked back and went to a 7-11.i got ice cream, 2 instant miso soup and soba. The miso was for dinner. Then, I wanted to go on wifi but Carlene and liana tackled me and we wrestled and had a pillow fit. I eventually got out of the dog pile and ran to the elevator and went downstairs to the lobby. We needed the wifi password so I had to go ask. Liana was too scared and it took a lot of willpower not to push her up to the counter and ...
We started the day with yet another hot 7-Eleven breakfast, and headed towards the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum. It was a very hot day already by that point! It was just ¥50 per person to get into the museum. It was a very interesting place, and it was nice that the theme of the museum is peace and prevention of the same horrible thing happening again. One of many fascinating things was a wall where there are letters from Hiroshima mayors ...