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... in Victoria! We were very impressed, bought a CD, and got it autographed by the artist.
The following morning we woke to another sunny day. We headed off early and rode our bikes to the station to catch the train bound for Nagasaki. As you may recall, Nagasaki was the second city to be decimated by an atomic bomb, a city the size of Victoria. The men were off to war so the vast majority of the 150,000 killed were children, women and seniors. We did tour the ...
... This is apparently the usual custom when the Diamond Princess ports in Nagasaki because she was built there.
There is definitely a lot more to do and see here and it would be worthwhile to return. Interestingly, since our ship goes to Busan, South Korea tomorrow, we had to go through Japanese customs (“departure immigration inspection”) before leaving. I’m assuming that we will have to go through entry customs again in 2 days when we are back in ...
The area has now been declared a world peace park and is decorated by sculptures donated by various countries all around the world. At the head of the park is a very large, attractive statue of a well toned Japanese figure pointing at the heavens and another outstretched in peace. It's all very lovely what they've done with the space so to spend about an hour wandering around enjoying to artworks in a well kept green space was a touching way to spend ...
... 1945, it was hit by an atomic bomb sent by the U.S. which helped to end World War II. It was the second time in which the atomic bomb had been used against people. The first was Hiroshima. We went to the museum, which is nicely set up at ground zero. It was quite an experience to actually be in the spot where the bomb was most destructive. The museum was an emotional and learning experience as well. We saw before and after ...
... impressions of Japan,
were that it was just so very green, the foliage is dense, and settlement
doesn’t go too far back into it, it seems. Houses and buildings in general seem
to be all very earthy colours, and so there is little colour around, except for splashes of red, on the bridges, and that is of some significance, culturally,very tidy
,clean and organised as you expect.
Pleased to hear the journey to Arita would be ...