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Steve: Solo traveller studying to be a corporate lawyer in London, Steve stayed in our room in Hiroshima and joined us in our travels.
Alistair: House mate, friend and Anime enthusiast, 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 ...
... peace unit in grade 7, exhibits related to her really captured my interest. There were items on display donated by her parents including her sandals and some of the cranes she folded. I also made sure to visit the Children's Peace Monument later in the day that was created in her memory. Around the monument are glass booths displaying paper cranes folded by people all over the world. After the Peace Museum I went to Hiroshima National Peace Memorial Hall ...
... That's odd. I remembered how from yesterday, all of the fish were so hungry. Never mind. Anyway, I enjoyed feeding the fish. We moved and moved by me, feeding the fish! But for some reason when I was feeding the fish in another spot. Gigi alerted me that their's a cute cat behind me. Awww! It's 'so' cute! It was white, I followed it, and it was drinking the water lake. That's the cutest tung I ever saw! ...
... a sphere 560m in diameter, and the temperature inside was 5,000C ), it's effects and the aftermath. There were a few videos that were quite graphic - to the extent Jeremy is now having trouble getting to sleep and is upset as he thinks he is going to have nightmares.
A quite poignant monument is the children's peace memorial. It started following the death of a girl in 1955 from Leukaemia - she was 2 in Aug 1945. Many people around the world are aware of ...
... have so much faith in so many different things that it makes it a very magical place. On the way back to the ferry we stopped by the Tahoto Pagoda which is a beautiful 5 storied building that has Chinese and Japanese features. We also bought these pastries filled with custard (mine) and cream cheese (jord) in the shape of a maple leaf which we thought was pretty cool cause that's Miyajima's national leaf as well. On the way home we went to this amazing sushi place ...