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... likes to dwell on over breakfast. While the ionising radiation was more sinister, most victims were simply incinerated or cooked to a point incompatible with recovery. One thought, uncomfortably, of Belinda's 90-second pizzas. In one gallery, a volunteer guide and survivor of the bomb was patiently introducing himself to random visitors one at a time. He showed his father's watch and belt buckle - all ...
... hassle whatsoever and everyone just slowly wandered about. These guys have got 'be like the breeze' in their veins. We decided to wander along a beautiful mountain track and then came to a Buddhist temple like nothing I have ever seen, it was like a beautiful painting in 3D and I was immediately besotted with the place. Daisho-in Temple is a truly heavenly place on earth, I could have spent many hours sitting, looking about and discovering all of the nooks and crannies about ...
I'm really not sure what to write about this experience. I think this is due, in part, to the fact that I'm not sure how to feel about this experience as well. I think I will let some of the pictures do the talking and only say that any American who visits Japan should experience this place at least once in their lifetime. ...
... 1 man who had a really bad case of OCD and was constantly clearing everything up and re-arranging things. Initially we thought that he worked there but turned out he was just a very conscientious traveller. There was also an older lady who was rummaging through the old bits of food that people had left and looked at us very territorially and we cooked our super noodles.
Having managed to avoid the lunatics and whip up some lunch ...