ANA Intercontinental Ishigaki Resort
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- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
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... beach! WE ATE/DRANK: - BBQ of assorted wagyu beef with kimchi, rice and salad - mango beer and pineapple beer WE LOVED: - having a really chilled day after the typhoon stress (we still don't know whether we'll be stranded tomorrow but hey ho!) - getting told by the receptionist that by ticking to not have our towels/sheets etc changed every day we'd accumulated enough points to select a gift from the reception. We choose.... A (souvenir tea) ...
... surroundings and take a dip in the turquoise sea - went to a local restaurant for lunch just behind Kabira Bay - admired the view over Kabira Bay - enjoyed a glass bottom boat trip over the amazing coral in Kabira Bay - quickly popped to Yonehara beach to see what the fuss was about (supposedly mega beautiful, but we all preferred Sunset beach) - then back to the hotel for a ...
... at Star Sand beach to search for star-shaped sand particles (James found one!) - cycled to Kondoi beach for a dip in the sea and a mango shaved ice - took a trip in a cart pulled by a water buffalo, with a guide talking about the island and singing... unfortunately it was all in Japanese! - ferry back to Ishigaki for a really ...
WE DID: - ferry to Iriomote where we met our guide for the day - minibus from port to jungle - kayak down river to the sea through mangroves - trek through jungle to the basin of the waterfall for a cup of tea and a biscuit (and a waist high dip!) - trek up through the jungle to the top of the waterfall (passing a baby habu (poisonous snake, see Day 32 for other reference!) and crabs, frogs ...
WE DID: - monorail to Naha airport for our flight to Ishigaki, then bus from Ishigaki airport to the port - borrowed the hotel bicycles and cycled to the nearest beach, where we had a dip in the sea and relaxed on the sand - James really got into the beachy spirit here by buying himself ...