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Our journey so far has primarily been focussed on having fun, seeing and doing new things and exciting experiences. Today was a day that left both Mel and myself shocked and quite frankly emotionally drained after visiting the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park. I went into the park with a basic understanding of what happened in Hiroshima and Nagasaki, however today I learned so much more of the devastation and destruction 'Little Boy' atomic bomb left behind. The United States ...
called him Kengo-san for the first time.
We took the bottle of
wine the English had left us, the French-Indian couple brought what they
hooped was sake, and a newly arrived German couple came looking for
beer ... a night of shared travel tales.
Hiroshima 88 -
definitely a place to recommend. Tomorrow there is rice to be planted -
for the second time in Chris' life she will miss out as we will leave
... sun beaming down on the island of Miyajima. We were in no rush to get to Fukuoka where we had absolutely nothing planned to do so I decided to go up Mount Misen again to get a better view and take some more colourful photos. I wasn't keen on the idea of hiking the mountain again in its entirety so I opted to take cable cars or rope way as referred to by the signage up and down the mountain. Alistair and David were not keen on going up again even if it was ...
Took the local train to (Hakubi Line) to Okayama, and then the bullet train (Shinkansen Sakura) to Hiroshima. Total travel time of about an hour. The Shinkansen is like business class and probably quieter. Hiroshima is a bigger busier city and the main public transport are the street cars (trams) which cost $6 for an all day ticket. Check in to Japanese hotels is 3:00 so we left the bags at the hotel and headed off to the Peace Park. As ...
... they even have a theatre in Akhibara where they perform every ******* day, or at least some of them perform everyday. We even saw an entire AKB48 store, which was filled with totally not embarrassed men. So a place that was playing some old reggae, like this tsukemen joint, was a welcome change.
We went to a little Okonomoyaki joint on our last day in Hiroshima. When I say little, I mean like six seats. We had gone to a ...
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