Monday, 13 June 2011

Rain, rain and more rain - Nagasaki

Last weekend, Neil and I decided to head down to Nagasaki in Kyushu, the furthest point south on the south island. We'd heard a lot of nice things about it and were intrigued to find out more. As it was, our biggest worry whilst there, was whether we were going to get trench foot or not! It didn't just rain, it didn't just pour, we had torrential rain, pretty much solidly for the whole of the two days we were there. We have now had our first proper experience of the rainy season and never want to experience it again! Having said that, I can see how Nagasaki is a lovely city. It has a wonderful tram system (quite romantic) which we enjoyed taking around the city, and there is quite an eclectic feel to it as there are many foreign influences.

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