Kure Marine Hotel
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... is not only a city of tragedy, in fact it is a very nice place, with very good public transport, and considering this place has a population of more then a million, the traffic is not at all chaotic.
This morning, I took the tram which brought me to the port from where the ferry crosses to Miyajima Island. The O-tori Gate of Itsukushima Shrine stands in the water and looks at height tide as it were floating. My understanding is, such ...
... into hiroshima later and got off at the wrong stop. I walked the rest of the way which wasn't far so I don't really know why they needed a train. The first thing I saw was the atomic dome. Pretty much the only thing standing after the bomb. There wee hundreds of people about and loads of choirs singing songs in English really badly like those ones outside primark. I thought maybe I wouldn't be welcome but I was. There were lots of events ...
... That's odd. I remembered how from yesterday, all of the fish were so hungry. Never mind. Anyway, I enjoyed feeding the fish. We moved and moved by me, feeding the fish! But for some reason when I was feeding the fish in another spot. Gigi alerted me that their's a cute cat behind me. Awww! It's 'so' cute! It was white, I followed it, and it was drinking the water lake. That's the cutest tung I ever saw! ...
... girls on an excursion decided to practice their english.
We learnt that we were not that far from Miyajima, the shrine very made famous by every japanese pokie themed machine. It is on an island and we caught the ferry across. The island is very tradiontal japanese with traditional houses and temples. Across the island were free roaming deer. They were so cute. We had to laugh at the ...
... the river, enjoying the fact that you can do that at 1am in autumn, in shorts. Today I went to Miyajima. Takumi had mentioned it and given me some info back in Tokyo so I knew it was an area of beauty, and the 'floating gate' looks fantastic. Still, the tree covered hilltops and temple-infested ground are just stunning. Travel is via train or tram to Miyajima-Guchi-tram is cheaper, I think-and then ferry to the island, from right outside the station. Although it is busy enough ...
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