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... and headed straight back to the hotel. We all grabbed our belonging and took the ferry off the island back to the mainland.
Today was sadly our last Shinkansen train ride of our Japan trip. Our JR Passes didn’t expire for another couple of days but our next destination Fukuoka was our last major city stop on the mainland and we would not be requiring any more trains to major cities from there. From Hiroshima station we hopped on a Shinkansen bound ...
... replica. Heaps of fun! Some of us are creatively challenged, while others found their calling. I did alright..
Our luggage forwarded to Tokyo that morning, we carry heavy backpacks around the island, enough gear in them to last us this short stay. Note to future travellers...take a locker on the island or check in to your hotel before your sightseeing begins! We lugged our gear around for 6 hours! Bear, I needed that good backpack!
The iconic symbol of ...
... the past 20 years!! There had been record-breaking snow falls across the country too. It seems the snow follows us Canadians! Fortunately, we were well bundled in every piece of clothing we had brought on our travels.
Stepping off the ferry, we were quickly greeted by a herd of very friendly deer. The island is known for its deer population - wild deer that have become very friendly thanks ...
... this island. Rice does not stick to it when cooking. In the afternoon I took the train to Iwakuni and after 2 hours of walking I came across the famous Kintaikyo bridge which has 4 arches. This wooden bridge is very impressive and it was built this way to prevent flood damage. This area has few restaurants which are specialized with Okonomi food which is the open grill cooking by the customer. It is definitely worth to try ...
... still in the packet. Their antlers were smooth like ebony. We walked up to the Momijidani Park bridge. Pretty this time of year though we know it will be spectacular in a few weeks when the autumn colours come out. We then proceeded to the miyajima ropewalk - a two part gondola up Mt Misen. Feeling a bit like pilgrims following in the footsteps of Kuba Daishi we began the 1km hike to the temple and summit. We failed to realise that this 1km was in fact what Krishna taught us to ...