Kure Morisawa Hotel
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... to get to the station, get on the wrong train for two stops, get on the right one, go to far, turn around and get back to my station. The hostel is sweet, everyone gathers in the living room regardless which language they can speak. The landlord is showing a video of him when a tv star came to interview him at the hostel! It's very funny and he happily translates. Old guy comes in and we talk for a while, he's an activist for the end of ...
... be a heavy one, but one that needed to be experienced. We ventured out early towards the peace memorial park, this was very close to the hypocenter of the blast and suffered some of the worst damage. We decided to go to the museum and see some of the first hand information from that day in 1945. It was sad and heartbreaking to see the museum, but well worth the visit. The use and development of nuclear weapons was a dark day in mans history, and i hope we do not come ...
... station. I'm not sure what we were expecting, but it was almost identical to a Costco at home. Most of the items were the same -- right down to the oven roasted chickens! There were definitely more sushi platters on offer than in the US, and the vitamin/beauty aids section was significantly different with more local brands and items (ie placenta drinks!).
Efren quickly found the memory card he needed and picked up some candy. Upon exiting, we were seduced ...
... So emotional seeing them especially after seeing Museum. Marc and I stood in front of tree for photo and then several kids joined us smiling and cheerful. I became tearful. What a touching moment. We went to airport after and got checked in. We had the Hiroshimo style Japanese pancake. They use cheese on bottome instead and coleslaw and veggies inside. So good and filling. We said goodbye at gate waving and smiling to our dear friend and his student. Another sad ...
... and wondered around the backstreets. After a few hours we headed back to the mainland and headed off to Hiroshima castle. It was pretty but the old one was blown up in the war so it was basically a model therefore wasn't as interesting. We then decided to walk back to our hostel (which was a couple of miles) before heading out for dinner which was a little like Chinese but was absolutely delicious. Then watched a film back at the ...
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