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... island becomes much quieter and peaceful, because most of the daytime tourists have left. The wild deer that roam the island sleep along the walking paths at night in the middle of town.
Staying in the ryokan will be more expensive than what I usually want to pay, but it's one of those 'once in a lifetime' things I want to do while I am in Japan.
There is a lot of emphasis on traditional style and atmosphere in a ryokan, so it often seems ...
We took the streetcar to the atomic bomb dome, which sits at the edge of the Peace Park. Many monuments to remember the lost along the park. The Children's monument was the most impressive with all the tsuru art. Very nice spacious park with sculptures and water and trees. The museum was very moving. It's a place everyone should visit. Very graphic with the words and images. Although I was a little worried about how it might affect Maya, I'm glad she got to see it. I think ...
... another culture, about their son and about themselves it would be indescribable. I noticed many little things, like their ability to catch on to bowing at the
appropriate times, taking their shoes off in the correct room and learning how
to wipe their hands with the complimentary wet towel before every meal. These were extrinsic things that can be seen and measured proving how they were aware and culturally sensitive. But the ...
... waving paw) before heading back to the ferry port to catch the next boat into Hiroshima.
In the evening I thought I would head into the downtown shopping area of Hiroshima for dinner and to stroll around the shopping centre.
Hiroshima has a really cool old fashioned streetcar/tram public transport system (also buses etc) that I took a ride on to reach Hondori. Hondori, is one of Hiroshima's main shopping streets. A covered ...