Kure Morisawa Hotel
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... peace, a symbol that was of huge importance to Sadako Sasaki, the inspiration for the Children's Peace Monument. Sadako was exposed to radiation from the bomb at 2 years old. Seemingly physically unhurt by the A-bomb life continued as normal for her, until 10 years later she developed leukemia. When in hospital she learned that folding 1,000 paper cranes was supposed to make an individual's prayers come true, so Sadako set about doing this. Infact Sadako folded over 1,000 ...
... As it happened, it was packed with people enjoying a BBQ, and drinks from a small bar. We're not sure if it turns into a bar every night or not, but the BBQ (as we found out) was because the name of the hostel was Roku, which in Japanese means 6th. So every 6th of the month they have a Roku BBQ! Pretty awesome. We wish we hadn't eaten, but we enjoyed a complimentary free drink and joined in for a while. One guy in particular was very nice, a regular ...
Steve: Solo traveller studying to be a corporate lawyer in London, Steve stayed in our room in Hiroshima and joined us in our travels.
Alistair: House mate, friend and Anime enthusiast, with three prior visits to Japan under his belt, his sound understanding of Nihongo (Japanese Language) made him the Japanese Master.
David: My other friend and house mate who was far too tall for ...
... selfie with the same deer :D After walking and taking a lot of pictures we went to a restaurant to try the Hiroshima-style Okonomiyaki which is woth noodles on top! It was nice but too bad the pancake is very very thin. Still very happy I tried it ^^ At 15.50 the tide would be high so we went to the shrine to take pictures just in feont of the gate (but as there were a lot of tourists we did ...
... to place more regard for human life. All subsequent mayors of Hiroshima write letters protesting the testing of nuclear weapons, they are shown in my photos. It struck me that the last one, written in 2013 went to President Obama. The threat of nuclear weapons is real and current. I applaud Hiroshima for their continued involvement in spreading peace and helping others to be aware of the lasting effects that disregard for human life brings. Peace. ...
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