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... as messages so families could find each other or learn who had died. It was heart breaking. After the museum I was headed out to Miyajima Island. I had intended to take a bus to a train station but just felt the need to walk. So I walked the 2 Kms. I got on a train and then a ferry, again the train system is very easy and the Japan Rail pass is awesome! Arriving at the island I was able to see the Itsukushima Shrine in the water. It appears to be floating in ...
... one aspect of travel that seems to be working is staying at hotels within easy walking distance of the railway stations. It gives more time for exploration (because you don't have to travel far on the day of departure to the trains) and the amenities, food, laundry etc are always around. Hiroshima's Peace park is a very sobering place. It has about a dozen memorials as well as the A-bomb Dome in the park. You actually can stand a few ...
... spoon at the direction of my new guide. She gestured for me to follow her, so I did. We walked up to the entry of the actual shrine and stopped at the altar. She gestured for me to bow. I did and she smiled at me, bowed and walked away. It was a beautiful moment. I am so grateful to that kind woman for taking the time to teach this naive tourist, traveling through her land, the customs of a treasured shrine. I saw her later, on my way out of the park ...
... time pass any quicker either.
I think my Japanese proficiency is ok, but I'm very often reminded that it isn't. The girl behind the counter realised that I knew some Japanese, so started firing questions at me in rapid fire Japanese sounding jibberish. When I asked her to repeat, and that I didn't understand, she said it the same thing, at the same speed. Just louder. Again, I'm foreign. Not deaf.
But with the help of Veronica ...
Burning Flesh - Part 2 (Japan)
(This is a continuation to Part I of this blog entry)
The Peace Memorial Museum
After the Cenotaph, I walked to the Peace Memorial Museum. This is the park's main facility. The force of the bomb obliterated the city of Hiroshima. The bomb, named "Little Boy", possessed a force equivalent to 12,500 tons of TNT.
The Vietnam War Museum I visited in Saigon is a museum of propaganda more than a historical one. ...
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