Kure Station Hotel
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... no longer climbing up Mount Misen with Struggle Mountain in its place. Getting to the top was the only way off Struggle Mountain so we pushed onwards. The lengths of our breaks started to increase and I led the pack at a slower pace as not to leave them behind. Alistair and David continued to push through as they reconsidered joining me to hike back down the mountain. A trail marker soon appeared for the observation deck and morale was raised; we were ...
... said in his very best broken English. "Not a problem sir, what hotel did you say it was again?" She replied in perfect English. What an idiot! After a slight awkward cough Andy replied. The lady gave us a very useful English map and clear directions on how to get to our hotel so we were on our way.
Just like the buses you pay as you leave on the trams. The internet box is very useful when it comes to buses and trams that don't necessarily have the names ...
... going up taking the most eatern and very quiet route. It is a contious climb and takes about 2h before you reach the top... But what a sight! You can see forrested little islands all around and ships in clear blue waters... At the top there was another temple and it had a great view on Hiroshima. Went back by cable car... Which was nice and treated myself on an oyster meal... Becoming an expert on oysters... I prefer the Chinese ones from Xiamen! ...
... approached the museum we were mobbed by group after group of children eager to try out their English. They had prepared speeches and the really keen ones had memorised their lines. It was fun chatting with them and it lightened our mood a bit as we entered the sombre museum. It is a very well done museum, with videos, artefacts and fact boards that helped to explain what happened and what the effect was on the city and the world. Some of the most heart rendering exhibits ...
... year on that anniversary in a rememberance ceremony, and new names are added. The cenotaph has flowers and presents in front of it. It is beautiful, simple, respectful. It brought forward memories of my sentiments at the tomb of the unknown soldier in Arlington Cemetary.
An eternal flame burns at the edge of a pond nearby. It will continue to burn until every nation signs a peace treaty and disposes of all nuclear weapons. I'm worried ...
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