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... museum and the Peace Park. Very educational and sobering. We also read the pledge made by the people of Nagasaki to promote peace throughout the world so that no one else would ever have to experience what they did. After a bit to eat we headed up the hill to Glover Park, a miniature Butchart gardens, high on a hillside. The views from the top were wonderful – overlooking the harbour and the mountains. But the thing that dominated the skyline was the ...
... This is apparently the usual custom when the Diamond Princess ports in Nagasaki because she was built there.
There is definitely a lot more to do and see here and it would be worthwhile to return. Interestingly, since our ship goes to Busan, South Korea tomorrow, we had to go through Japanese customs (“departure immigration inspection”) before leaving. I’m assuming that we will have to go through entry customs again in 2 days when we are back in ...
... woman and a wealthy tea merchant all based on the William Glover company. The original house and garden still stand there gracefully overlooking the outskirts of town, as if unmoved, and quite unruffled by history.
You'll see from the photos that the Glover house and gardens are exquisite. The kind of pretty beauty you don't often see except in very old gardens. The wet, humid weather of Asia no doubt helps the lush growth. I found it put my mind ...
We finally boarded the Shinkansen Bullet train and it is awesome! These trains are really first class. It seems like you are on an airplane inside, but it's a train. And it's such a smooth ride. We think it's very fancy! We arrived in Nagasaki which is on the island / part of Japan-of Kyushu. It is the southern most part of Japan. It is surrounded three parts by mountains and one part by sea. What's so interesting here is that on ...
... an ancient town in the hills, that has been
making the traditional pottery since the 1600’s. I thought this would take me
to the countryside, and it certainly did.. Stringent procedures with
Immigration first, the whole ship ,even if they were not going ashore, so a
very long procession, of disgruntled Aussies, but this is how it is, finger
printed and photographed, by very intense little people…
Off on our buses, at last ...