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... We had a nice Japanese dinner, plus long talks until late night.
For breakfast was buffet, everything was on offer, Japanese and European style, I eat so much, one more bit and I would have bursted! Does not feel to good at the moment, but it pays out after a long days bike ride.
Next stage stop was Kitakyushu, which means north Kyushu, another big Japanese city.
I actually learned today here in Nagasaki, that ...
... for the whole time I was there so I probably didn't see it in the perfect setting, but it was still very impressive with the low hanging crowds in the background. A 3 and a half hour train journey later and I was in Nagaski and thankfully the weather had improved greatly. To begin with I used the very reasonably priced tram system(60p for any journey) to head to the peace park and viewed the a-bomb impact point and the 10 ...
... In a secret agreement to not try to convert the people, the Shogun banned trade with Portugal and allowed the Dutch and Chinese. The missionaries were banished. During the Edo period the Dutch traders were the only window to the West.
We knew today would be a sobering day and it was. We visited the Atomic bomb museum. The Museum opened in 1996 as part of the 50th anniversary projects remembering the bombing. ...
... he related as to how he had always wanted to visit "ground zero" because of what took place there meant that his family in Indonesia could start rebuilding their lives. It was an emotional journey for him, and it showed is his face and in the telling.
I woke at 2 AM this morning with my head spinning full of what I wanted to write about in this posting, yet wondering if I could succeed. Forgive me if I have not.
As we left the ship ...
... nor participate in any wars. As to confirm this statement, many Japanese children with notebooks toured all the sites we visited, hearing the message of peace from their teachers. If only more countries would teach this message!
We were very impressed with Nagasaki, a prosperous port now, but a city that ...