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Travel Blogs from Hiroshima
... you were just buying fat.
All the food shopping is so different from home. Nothing is in large or bulk sizes, everything is so small. You buy sliced bread in packets of 3, 4, 5, or 6 slices. We took full advantage of all the free tastings on offer. All were thoroughly enjoyed.
The people here are so nice and polite. The streets are so clean and tidy. All the cars are very quiet and nobody every toots the horn. One problem is avoiding all the cyclists ...
... serves as a stark reminder of what happened there and that it should never happen again, at least i hope it does not in my lifetime.
I then walked through the peace memorial park, which i think is a fitting tribute to the peoples lives that were lost in that tragic day, in the morning i felt very calm there, well that was until the gruops of toursit buses rambled in, with a million people getting ...
... yes', you know which one wins and we end up with another memorial to visit.
So it was a very...powerful day. I hesitate to say moving because that implies improvement in some way, and all it feels like we've done in spin our wheels talking in rhetorical circles, with no sense of resolution. The school children arrived laughing and giggling and left the same way. I feel like there's something profound in that, but I have no idea what it is. Maddening, isn't it?
... all ready you hop into your capsule for a nights sleep.
The night in the capsule was very interesting. People are coming and going and moving around so I wasn't able to get much sleep. Combine that with the fact that I was sleeping in a coffin with no air or a fan. It was pretty tough to sleep. But it was all about the experience. I can now way I have experienced it and don't need to do it again.
The next morning while in the locker room I ...