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... and they do not want war to ever be an option again and are vehemently against nuclear armament. The three meter long and four ton bomb was detonated six hundred meters above ground and destroyed almost everything in Hiroshima within a two kilometre radius. It contained fifty kilograms of uranium, only about one kilogram of which underwent nuclear fission, but even this caused the equivalent energy release of 160,000 tons of high-performance explosive. ...
... all different sizes and colours. It's beautiful. The parks all around this area were lovely, and well looked after. Our last part to this atomic bomb history lesson was the memorial museum. Here we hired headsets so we understood everything going off. It really was something else, so heartbreaking and brings everything to life. All the children that were burt alive or later suffered from radiation illness. Not something no one wants to witness every again. Enough ...
... pretty sure I didn't know how to put one on so they included some instructions for me to follow and a website (http://www.yukatalism.com/) to research how to put it on. Should be an interesting challenge that will probably require some assistance at home (if our practice at the Ryokan is any indication - thank to Tyler for that ones success). That purchase wiped me out of cash, so thankfully there are always Seven Elevens nearby to restock up. Done for the day, I headed back ...
I feel like I haven't updated you all about school in a while, so here we go! Unfortunately, I am not allowed to post pictures of students (I wish I could because they are so cute and I love hearing them speak Japanese in their little voices!) because they are so young it would not be safe for students to have their pictures online. They are very strict about pictures, when they take pictures and print them out they HAVE to shred the pictures. But it's okay, safety is ...
... m also at a loss to how tapas is meant to be eaten with chop sticks, it have to ask for cutlery. At six I'm told the lanterns are being lit, hundredsr I'd people light them and to me delight i find I can buy one. I join the queue, buy my lantern, write something on it and add it to he hundreds floating down the river. I think I should be a sobbing mess but I must be a hard cow cause I pretty much feel nothing. I take advantage of the free ...