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... hours, but were turned back by someone. Before dusk, we made our way up the Daisho-in trail. We didn't go all the way to the Mt. Misen summit, but I felt satisfied to where we got to. We had Ramen (Hiroshima style) for dinner. I did everything I wanted to do today. Meeting two more terrific people was a bonus. I left Hiroshima at 9:20 pm as my commute back was nearly two hours. I packed with ease this ...
... We caught the Shinkansen bright and early to Hiroshima. It took jut over an hour! Wow, I'm still amazed by these trains! They are crazy fast! A little more confused then normal, we eventually got help to navigate the train lines to get to the sights. Turns out Hiroshima uses street cars instead of subways which made us confused hahah the first sight saw today was the Atomic Bomb dome, a building that was left standing after the bomb hit Hiroshima because it was ...
... a common request throughout Japan. If you had any tattoos – no Onsen for you. Tattoos are not very common in Japan and are commonly associated with the Yakuza (Japanese Mafia), so banning them is a good way to stop trouble, similar to bikie uniform laws in Australia. While people with them may not always cause trouble, there is a common association with them and crime.
We spent a few hours at the Onsen, finishing on a bottle of milk from a ...
... to eat around it. It was very good though.
Then, we looked in shops. Dont worry, i controlled my wallet. carlene got this honey drink and i didnt like it, but liana and carlene did. i then bought another ice cream cone and carlene got oysters. apparatly, the island is known for their oysters. deer love oysters so they would surrounf carlene and try to eat them.
when we left, we went back to the ferry and rode back to the ...
... I think it may very well be the other way around.
In my brief time in Japan I have already learned much about living life with a stronger sense of harmony and peaceful coexistence with the environment and my fellow human beings. These big ideas are taught in how people communicate with each other verbally and non-verbally. In a densely populated country, they also ...
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