Hotel 28 Hiroshima
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... was talking of getting another, but as there was still so much more food to sample, we moved on.
Next we came across some kind of fresh seafood cooking on a stick. So began my ongoing joke throughout the holiday that if it was on a stick Cindy would eat it. Wendy and Cindy shared two sticks - Wendy will kick me but I can't remember the flavours now. I believe one of them was octopus - which her and Cindy both adored. They went back for ...
... 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.
History is Written by the Winners
Our schedules were cleared today to dedicate the entire day to taking in the Hiroshima Peace Park. We started to day by visiting Gembaku Domu (the Atomic Bomb Dome), the only preserved structure in Hiroshima showing the full destructive capability ...
... Just the spiciness itself is different - Japanese food is probably unique in Asia in that it has barely any spicy elements, usually. The little noodle bar where it was served seemed to be run by disaffected looking Japanese hipsters who had some pretty good music playing, which is pretty rare. Music in Japan is dominated by AKB48, an enormous girl group that started with 48 members but now has like 70 members or something. ...
... which happened in the past. Given the utter destruction and devastating long term affects which the A-Bomb had on the city, it's commendable that there doesn't seem to be bitterness in the air - the Peace Park, Peace Museum and Peace Boulevard are all big airy open spaces which are definitely non-aggressive!
We were shown around the Peace Museum by a Japanese middle-aged lady who ...
... my very recently renewed hatred for stairs, I considered turning back several times. But we didn't, and soon enough we made the first rest point.
When nearing the top of the mountain, climbers are greeted with a series of shrines, one of which being the eternal flame which was used to light the Hiroshima Peace Park flame, and a variety of other small shrines, mini temples and monuments. By the time we'd reached this ...