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... our next move and decided to check out Shukkie-en Gardens which was in the general direction of our hostel. We left the castle through a different exit and began our wonder towards the garden while Alistair and David were humming songs played by Link with the Ocarina in Zelda games, trying to cover as many of them off as they could. After a short walk we passed a Japanese high school and arrived at the garden gates.
We entered the gardens and quickly found ...
... We saw the skin and nails of a boy whose mother pulled them from his flesh as they were falling off so that his father could see them. We saw the uniforms of school children, bloody, battered and torn. We saw lunch boxes still intact with the lunch burned to ashes inside. We saw pictures of the deformities caused by the radiation, babies born with one eye, nails that were inches long on two fingers while the rest were normal, teeth that ...
... year, and no-one wants to miss their beauty.
After a full day, full of varying emotions we headed off back to Nara first by bullet train from Hiroshima to Shin Osaka, then onto a train to Osaka, which takes 4 minutes, finishing off with a "normal" rapid express to Nara. A single journey taking about 2.5 hours, which is not bad for a 300km trip (one way). The Shinkansen are so fast, travelling from 240-320km per hour, depending upon which train you travel on.
... and interesting shops, we found a tiny, and tiny is the perfect word here, to grab a bite.
The interior could not be more than four feet wide and about 10 feet long. Displayed outside was a array of things and we asked for a bento box. The advertised box showed rice and shrimp tempura, which was ideal. The guy behind the counter identified himself as Tukasa, a 23 year-old who spoke very good English. He told us he studied in Sydney, Australia for ...
... hostel owner) and his friends whilst they plied us full of sake and tried to teach us kanji. They were a little stumped when Steph asked them how to spell her name in Kanji. Liam's name means love, truth, dreams which they were quite impressed with, but after about an hour of them saying Steph repeatedly and laughing they came up with something that didn't resemble her name at all. Either steki-fanny or stefa which means really amazing leaves. They were more pleased by ...