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... the high tide on their stilts. This was probably the best time to arrive, take photos and have a look around the shrine, however later in the day when the tide went out it was possible to actually walk up and touch the floating(or not floating) Torii gate. This change was a bit of a surprise to me as I had headed up the mountainside with the high tide and come back down to people touching the gate that had earlier been under 6ft of water! Apparently in the past the islands ...
... While waiting for the rain too stop, we explored different souvenir shops. Their was a little hut that sold BBQ oysters and they smelled Delicious, so we decided to try them and they were pretty good. They were the biggest oysters I've ever seen. The rain finally stopped and we made our way back towards the floating shrine. The water was a lot higher than it was a few hours earlier and made the temple have a different feeling. ...
Dear Travel Dairy We're going to another Japanese garden. Yay! I'm excited that I can't wait to see 'and' feed the fish! Forget about the how-to-get-their-thing, let's learn about the garden. As we got here, we saw beautiful things. But the best part we saw is this; The amazing Japanese castle far away! We explored many beautiful Japanese sights. But the exciting surprise for 'me' is the feeding the ...
... so that the girls asked how late we'd be tomorrow night, because they want to go back there again.
After dinner, we went for a short walk to let the food settle, before grabbing a small desert from a nearby 7/11 and returning to the room.
Tomorrow we're heading out to miyajima, so provided the weather holds out it should be a very interesting day. It is supposed to be fine, but 0 degrees tomorrow morning, so I might just wear a jacket.
... mound. It is much smaller. It is the grave-site of all the Koreans that died in the blast. They were not allowed to be buried in the park because of the severe animosity between the two countries.
The debate over the morality of using the bomb will never end. The facts are that 9 out of 10 victims were women and children. Another bomb was dropped on Nagasaki, Japan two days later, having the same results. Fortunately, no other atomic bomb has been used in the ...
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