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... eyes. We wandered up to the A-bomb dome building for photos and then went for a nearby lunch of Okonomiyaki (Japanese pancakes). Nobu thought she was introducing us to a novelty dish and we didn't have the heart to tell her it was our staple meal in Kyoto - having had it 3 out of the last 4 nights. Mum suggests we may look like pancakes, so just giving you the heads up for our return - the four of us may well be quarantined. We then went across to ...
... shrine blatantly ignoring the deer roaming the street like it's everyday occurrence and get down onto the beach. Obviously I have over reacted, the tide is way out and we have plenty of time to wander about take photos (including a Mr Chouffe special) much to Jill's amusement. Few things make her happier than me being a drama queen and wrong. Turns out low tide isn't until 12:30 and lasts for a couple of hours. There has been some impressive thunder and lightning but not too much ...
... of watching the cities zip by but we did catch more of the bright huge neon signs that Japan is famous for. For dinner, we took the train right to doutonbori street, which is a really famous street for food, nightlife, and excessive meson signs and statues. Ah it was such good fun to look around! There were huge sushis and Gioza figures, dragons coming out of the walls, and dancing crabs just to name a few of the thins above restaurants. We stopped for tendon (tempura over ...
... life can be. Walking across the bridge, through the park there are so many different memorials. The peace park really lives up to it's name. The centre piece is the epitaph and the flame, it's so simple yet so poignant. The museum in the park is honest and brings it all to life for all of us who are fortunate enough to not know what it was like. Stating that it was moving would be an understatement. It wasn't a war ...
... I like to think I'm burning calories while sweating, but I haven't looked that up to be sure. However, the people of Japan, regardless of the heat, maintain their cultural beliefs and cover up. Men and women run in long sleeve t-shirts, pants, longer shorts, workers dress in long sleeves and suits. My naive American self did not bring anything like this. So, I went with what I had, which was a tank top and a pair of normal American shorts. Those of ...
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