Park Side Hotel
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Day 112 This morning we felt a little tired but packed up and Kyo was really kind and came with us on the train to find our bus stop. It was in another random location but we did make it with plenty of time on this occasion - phew. While we were waiting, there was a little festival going on nearby so we went to check it out. There was a Japanese pop group singing and dancing...it was really funny. The song seemed to go on FOREVER and their outfits were very amusing. It ...
... Malones, a famous Irish pub in the area, to see what the Japanese take on pub classics was! To be fair it was all pretty standard, with a mix of Japanese, ex-pats and foreign tourist customers.
Chris' fish and chips went down a treat, as did Nat's sausage and mash – although the mash was almost too smooth, and the sausages will never beat a good Lincolnshire sausage!
... and sweets for the trek back to the cable car.
I must mention all the wild deers around the island. There are many signs warning you that the deers are wild, but I think the biggest worry with the deers around the village is that they eat anything, so you have to be careful about your money, tickets or anything else edible.
We really enjoyed our day, but it was a very weary duo who made their way back to their hotel that evening!
... including many melted lumps of metal that use to be items. There was a bunch of fused together glass jars and the remains of many objects from boxes to statues. The next room was quite educational and explained how a radiation and an atomic bomb work. They had a Geiger counter and a short video that took you step by step through what happened. The last part of the room was a timeline of when the victims died complete with some names and personal affects It then went on to tell ...
... power goes beyond my continuum.
Located between Iwakuni and Hiroshima is Japan's famous Myajima Island. A short ferry ride takes you out to the island. On the way, you can see the many oyster beds located in the bay. The oysters are known as the best in the world. ...