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... have to make a few train changes. Walking out of Universal City station you are straight onto City Walk which is all the bright lights of Universal. We found our hotel which was Universal Port, with our room which had views across the park, and then went down to explore the walk. There are lots of shops selling merchandise and a selection of eateries. Continuing a tradition we seem to have started in Florida we had dinner at the Hard Rock Cafe and then called it a ...
... like it floats in the ocean. One cultural aspect we learnt that these shrines aren't painted red as we originally thought. They are painted orange all around the country. We were lucky enough to be there in low tide in the morning to walk out to the shrine and then view in the afternoon sunset when it was submersed. We climbed Mount Misen and enjoyed walking amongst the local deer population that is ...
... to get out my bento box and stop for a short lunch break. Being on a tight time frame I quickly wolfed down by bento box, had another banana and headed off again just as a group of elderly Japanese hikers stopped at the same shelter for lunch. I continued north along the trail, reaching the middle point of the trail at around 12.30pm.
A few cars came into view parked on some gavel at the middle point of the trail. Walking towards the ...
... of restrictions to air strikes as well as the lack of prisoner camps.
One story is still told today about a young girl, Sadako Sasaki, who survived the bomb, but later went on to develop leukaemia. Her story describes how she visited a hospital and made a thousand origami peace cranes in hope of a cure for her illness. She sadly died eight months later, but her story is now published in a book, 'Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes'. Paper cranes can be found all ...
... 8211; well worth a visit. We also
visited Miyajima, one of the holiest places in Japan with its massive floating
Torii gate, wooden rice spoons and maple cookies – cue more photos! The hike up
to the top of the mountain was well worth the view as well. Miyajima is
stunning and the hotel we stayed at had an amazing view of the Strait. It also
served a delicious Kaiseki Ryori meal, Japanese fine dining at its best,
especially as we attended it in our ...