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... m also at a loss to how tapas is meant to be eaten with chop sticks, it have to ask for cutlery. At six I'm told the lanterns are being lit, hundredsr I'd people light them and to me delight i find I can buy one. I join the queue, buy my lantern, write something on it and add it to he hundreds floating down the river. I think I should be a sobbing mess but I must be a hard cow cause I pretty much feel nothing. I take advantage of the free ...
... We walked the forest trails to a small park that hugged the side of a beautiful river, slowly working its way down to the sea over several waterfalls. Most of the waterfalls or partial dams are man-made. But the way the Japanese build things, they combine them with nature in such a way that they almost seem to be part of the surroundings instead of changing the surroundings to suit the engineering.
As we made our way down from the hill, we took a small ...
... took us a scenic 10 minute trip to the nearby hilly Miyajima island, a UNESCO World Heritage site, passing close to the impressive the large red floating torii (shrine gate) which stood around 100 meters out to sea. Once on the island Jen immediately spotted the unbelievably tame deer, who turned out to be quite cheeky literally grabbing paper from unsuspecting tourists shorts, something we'd not seen before from a spotted deer! After a few snaps we walked on to the ...
... some icing. Strange. I got in trouble many times for walking the wrong way, everyone has t walk in the same direction, and jumping out of the lines. Apparently if you line up you have to stay in the line. After I got out of there I went to check out the A-Bomb dome which is a building which was destroyed from the bombings but is left as a mark of how terrible nuclear weapons are. A lot of statues in memory of the tragedy and marks of the event. A very moving place to see. I was not ...
... plant I visited in the 1960s. The one robot that was barely visible on the Ford factory tour installed windshields. At Mazda today there was one robot that you could watch apply glue to windshields. It probably also installed the windshields but you couldn't see that happen and it wasn't clear that it did. Actually, a lot wasn't clear between the noise in the factory, my hearing and the guide's accent. We "vis-tors" ...
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