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... 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 ,and first impressions of Japan, were that it was just ...
... Japan's oldest stone bridge (1634). - Walked through Chinatown. - Walked to the Dutch Slopes, just a residential area now - walked up to (but not through) Glover Gardens, where Scotsman Thomas Glover used to reside - visited Kōshi-byō, the only Confucian shrine built by the Chinese outside of China and the land is technically Chinese territory - walked to Dejima, the Portuguese ...
... about it. - Walked through the Shianbashi area. - Drank at a recently opened bar (2nd day) and chatted to three TEFL teacher who are based here: swapped some funny stories of our experiences so far. WE LOVED: - checking into the most luxurious hotel so far! - (loved?) Comparing Nagasaki's experience of the Atomic bomb with what we had seen in Hiroshima. 'Fat man' was twice as powerful as 'little boy' and Nagasaki was not the original target ...
... again was established by a Chinese monk. The temple door itself had actually been carved in pieces in China and shipped over. The woodwork on the entranceway alone was stunning; intricately carved and painted in a rainbow of colours.
There was a huge iron pot preserved, with a plaque informing us that despite prejudices faced by Chinese residents in Japan at the time, when there was a great famine in the 1600s, the local Chinese ...
... to worry about missing the bus back to Nagasaki. This climb was definitely the highlight of my trip. Great views all around, while slowly seeing the environment change. At the top I took out my bento (lunch box) for a well deserved meal, with a view upon an active volcano just one kilometer away from me. Just one of those experiences I won't easily forget.
When you go to Nagasaki, of course you have to ...