Iwakuni Kokusai Kanko Hotel
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... it seemed like any other mall to me - though we did manage to find the 100yen shop (nothing over 108 yen!), and a teenage, cool looking clothes shop called 'Womb' of all things!
Heading back out into the rain, Google maps informed us that the castle wasn't actually that far away at all, so we skipped the tram and took ourselves off for a walk down the street to find the castle - about half an hours walk away.
Arriving at ...
... immediately perished. The number causalities doubled over time after the initial impact, both physically and emotional.
Emotionally wrecked, we drifted through the parks remaining memorials and headed back to the hostel to refresh and regather our strengths for dinner. We were yet to try Yakatori (Fried chicken) which is typically served on skewers ordered over the course of an evening. The hostel recommended a place just across the road, so we unanimously agreed ...
... the Tokyo room, still tiny in comparison to pretty much any room you have ever been in. So in true explorer style we dumped the bags and headed out to see what Hiroshima had to offer. One thing that was instantly noticeable was the amount of umbrellas. We have seen all our trip that the Japanese like to use umbrellas for shade but here almost everyone had one. They love searching for the shade. We were walking down the main road and were wondering why we seemed ...
... sesame seed grinder, so we also asked about that. The waitress gave us the name of a shop and went and printed out a map for us! How wonderful was that!
After dinner we went down to the Supermarket downstairs (across the road from the Sheraton) so Lorry could hut some more spice mix to give to the siblings with their spice dispensers.
We went back to our own room for a few drinks before bed. Plan is to meet tomorrow around 10am to go to Peace Park and memorials.
... and, if you take advantage of hopping on and off, a good way to get about. For me, just a ride round the city and then off near the bus station. ¥200 for a trip, ¥400 all day pass. I got my ticket and headed back, snoozy but determined to run back to Central Park (recced from the bus) to do my session. Racing round it in the dark was great, and I hit 7-11 for dinner filled with the elation of a day in which I'd done all I set out to, onward plans fixed, and the ...