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... with three prior visits to Japan under his belt, his sound understanding of Nihongo (Japanese Language) made him the Japanese Master.
David: My other friend and house mate who was far too tall for Japan, David was destined to hit his head on every low doorway. Dave's love of Shinkansen (bullet trains) had him quickly rise to become the Train Master.
We met our interpreter around 8:40 am and headed off to Hiroshima City to visit the Hiroshima Jr. High School. We met with the Principal, Board of Education members, Vice Principal and a teacher liaison. We were blessed with the opportunity to not only share information about the education in the US and learn about education in Hiroshima, but had extensive conversations about their Peace Education program and ethics classes. For years, the education ...
... great views over the island.
Miyajima island is most famous for its floating torii - a magnificent temple gate that was placed out in the tidal flats. If you time your visit for high tide, the torii appears to be floating in the harbour! At low tide, however, it is in a thick layer of mud. It is supposed to be auspicious to walk through this gate, but I don't think I would want to brave the ...
... veggies topped by a kind of barbecue sauce and mayonnaise. We also tried the Negiyaki a thinner pancake with loads of spring onions in them. The pancakes are made on a hotplate and then served on a hotplate at your table so it keeps warm. We then ventured off for some drinks and found a really nice small bar tucked away in an alley and had fun with bartender and the other folks. The bar could maximum seat five people with a sliding door. ...
... approached the museum we were mobbed by group after group of children eager to try out their English. They had prepared speeches and the really keen ones had memorised their lines. It was fun chatting with them and it lightened our mood a bit as we entered the sombre museum. It is a very well done museum, with videos, artefacts and fact boards that helped to explain what happened and what the effect was on the city and the world. Some of the most heart rendering exhibits ...