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... back on the cable car down the mountain.
Instead of taking the bus back we decided to walk. It was well worth doing as the track lead through some lovely areas.
We stopped again to take more photos of the Torii Gate which was now surrounded by water.
Then it was back on the ferry and train with a stop for dinner.
We packed our bags once again as tomorrow we head off to Tokyo Bay.
... of rubbish "do you know there are people in japan?" "Ya know there's a river.." In the end I tell him pretty much to stop educating me, which he takes as a complement and carries on. For 2 hours. Surely he should have realized I'm British and am incapable of maintaining a conversation with a stranger on a train. For more than twenty seconds. I escape 20 minutes before my stop so I can stand away from him. Hiroshima is already ...
... from the top of the climb were wonderful, with 360 degree views around the harbour. They had some low tech telescopes (metal tubing with no lenses) pointed to various landmarks along the harbour. We spent a bit of time at the top to take some photos and have a snack. We then decided to take the short cut down, on the "ropeway" despite some nervousness by one of us! However, it was a smooth ride with ...
... feeling of air rushing through my lungs after a tough 20x400m session. Talking that evening I heard of one more deal for foreigners, the Star alliance Japan air pass, which allows you to take any domestic flight with ANA for ¥10000. There's another scheme for ¥13000, so careful what you search for. The perfect way to see Okinawa and the small islands, as the 'cheap' airlines fly to the main island and then you have to change, whereas ANA go to the smaller ones ...
... of these events and now advocates peace. When we walked across the bridge into the park we stood at the Childrens Peace Monument. This was built in remembrance of the children that were killed due to the bomb. Atop of the monument is a bronze statue of a young girl,Sadako, holding a crane. She died from radiation-induced leukemia When she was sick she started making origami paper cranes which in Japanese tradition one who folds a thousand cranes gets ...
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