Toyoko Inn Hiroshima-Eki Minamiguchi-Migi
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... lift with the woman, her husband, her daughter and her parents! We felt bad but she was very persuasive. We then found out we'd be doing karaoke with them! We were so happy!! We had wanted to go to karaoke in Japan and with Japanese people if possible and here the opportunity had presented itself! In Japan karaoke is so different to home. You normally go to a karaoke place where you hire a private room and so you do it with friends and family only. You can order drinks ...
... to safely navigate around, cutting our trip short.
It was still a wonderful day though, and it meant that we could guarantee getting back at the bus stop in time for the bus back to Hiroshima.
On the way back to the hostel, we grabbed some food at a cheap chain restaurant in Hiroshima, and ended up chatting to an American guy called Roland, who was studying Japanese at Uni in ...
... dramatically, with high rise buildings replacing the forests.
We transferred from our slow train at Nagoya onto a shinkansen Super Express No.2, often called the bullet train for very obvious reasons. Must admit, I am not a big fan. They certainly get you to your destination quickly but I found myself less able to enjoy the view (smaller windows) as we whizzed by - I guess it is more for people with limited time and travelling at some 320kph, you certainly ...
... was named "Little Boy". In the next room we saw more artefacts and stores that ranged from the ragged remains of Clothing articles to pocket watches. They had also mover parts of buildings into the museum. One contained the darkened shadow that was all that remained of a human life. One was of a stone wall that had been shaken by the earthquake so much the middle had spouted upwards. They also had metal shutters that had bent inwards due to the blast. The next room had a few ...
... down to the village via the cable to find some real food for lunch.
The island is well known for two foods - its fresh seafood (especially oysters), and the sweet maple leaf shaped cakes. The first food stop we made was for a freshly cooked oyster for Cindy and Wendy (I don't really eat seafood). Even though seafood isn't my thing, I can appreciate the taste of good food fresh of the grill and Wendy and Cindy both seemed to really enjoy their ...