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... for an exit strategy as we suspect he wants money in return for his work. We amicably part ways with our best "Arigato" and "Syonara". We later find out that he is one of many locals carrying out this work and are usually related to victims or involved in some way. We went back the next day and he wasn't around. Gulp. Dinner is a good excuse to load up on a local specialty - Okonomiyaki (a Japanese-style pancake made of chopped cabbage, dashi (Japanese ...
... bow. As they leave a carraiage, they turn and bow. You are handed a towel, and they bow. All very respectful and you find yourself saying thankyou ten times and bowing back.
On arrival at Hiroshima Mainline station, I was directed by the incredibly pleasant people at the tourist office to take either a number 2 or a number 6 tram to the Atomic Bomb Dome. There is a tram stop of the same name.
The Atomic Bomb ...
... re in. :) Today was quite different from yesterday. I packed up my camera and umbrella in my backpack and headed down the block to catch the streetcar, yay! Yes, I get excited to ride the streetcars. Albuquerque has very little in the way of public transportation, so it's fun to ride the subways and trains and streetcars. It was very easy because they sell a one day pass at the front desk in the hotel. Thank goodness. The only difficult ...
... or food from you. Not aggressive -- just persistent.
While I was waiting for Susan to pay for an item in a souvenir shop, I stepped out onto the street and saw one of the deer trying to enter a cafe. The owner came out and tried to shoo him away. At one point, he lightly thumped the deer on the head. He still wouldn't leave. Their antlers are trimmed back to prevent damage, but you can tell that the people ...
Hiroshima is a town that shines an illuminating light on the utter darkness, destruction and devastation that is war. Especially a war that ends in an atomic bomb. If war is the Antichrist, what is an atomic bomb?
Perhaps my title for this blog is controversial? My aim isn't to take away the death and destruction caused by the Japanese or any other contributors to the Second World War, it just struck me that the atomic bomb seemed to serve some bizarre purposes. ...
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