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Travel Blogs from Nagasaki
Monday, August 12th
Good-bye Global Arena.
Lazy day, all packed up leaving on the 3:06 train meeting Carlos & Erin and heading to Sasebo.
Tuesday, August 13th
Slept in and went to Daito for Sushi-ro drank in Ashley's apartment
... attempt by the Tokugawa shogunate to stamp out Christianity in Japan. Sadly after that, my time had run out and it was off to Fukuoka. In retrospect I would have liked to have stayed longer. Nagasaki's harbour (which funnily enough reminds me of San Francisco) is quite beautiful, and the city retains a nostalgia that is hard to find in other Japanese cities. All in all, it's definitely one of my favourite cities. Dr Yamauchi might have to set up the futon: I may be back sooner than he ...
After a nice breakfast (who would expect Eggs Benedict served on toasted French baguette?) we need help from the staff at the reception desk. The only way to let the GPS system know where you want to go is to put in a phone number. So we need phone numbers for the shrines and temples we want to visit today. That turns out to be easy, the reception desk staff is well prepared. Also need to find out what to buy for my throat ...
... and Nagasaki's foremost tourist attraction. When waling in the Park we hear the sounds of drums. then we notice there are dragon boat races taking place in the harbor. Each boat sails accompanied to the beat of a Taiko drum, a gong and chanting rowers. Late afternoon we head to the hotel which supposedly offers a beautiful view over Nagasaki and the harbor. When we enter the hotel's phone number into the navigation system it says there are no records for this ...
... shared a large and very tasty set lunch in an Indian restaurant, with chicken tikka, lamb kebab, naan and rice ensuring we were full for the afternoon! After reserving our next train tickets we walked to Fukusaiji Temple, which interestingly houses the third largest pendulum in the world demonstrating the Earths rotation. The top of the pendulum was attached inside a large hollow statue which sat on a giant turtle which made the roof of the temple - quite surreal. By this ...
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