ANA Intercontinental Ishigaki Resort
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Wake up early after a well needed sleep at the Nikko Airport Hotel to catch our flight to Ishigaki, a sub-tropical Island over a thousand miles from Tokyo. The island is famous for manta rays and hammer head sharks.
These islands were independent until the 1970s and still have a local island vibe - its very much Japan mixed with the South Pacific.
The weather forecast is not great for the next few days but ...
... communal laundry etc. Then we travelled to the north to a glorious beach with coral reefs and mangroves where we were able to spend some time on a glass bottomed boat before returning home via the local limestone caves, all stalactites snd stalagmites. Just a very relaxed day spent wandering round the prettiest island we have seen in ...
... place, when the waiter cross the arms in front of his body, that means his place is full and it makes no sense to wait for a free place. Our recommendation, make a reservation a day before. Then you are on the safe side. Our favorite restaurants, sorry we don't have the names, but just take a look at the picture. One is in the heart of Misakichou area. From the main road, enter the gate to Misakichou district and follow the road till nearly to the ...
... in counter, I was informed I did not have a reservation. WHAT!? I was certain I made a reservation, but I had no confirmation email or printed itinerary. I had simply memorized the flight date and time. How could it be? Furthermore, I was told I had only 13 minutes till departure, not 45 minutes that I had remembered. I practically threw my credit card and told them to run it and put me on the flight. I will deal with the missing ticket later. I ran through ...
... when I arrived at the guest house, the landlady was complaining because I was late for the dinner time. The old lady was friendly and talkative. She knew that their guests liked her talk. The old gentleman was showing folk-arts making, but we were not interested. Some young Japanese love the air of island guest houses and come back to the island again and again, but that will never happen to me.
Anyway, in the next morning, we tried a buffalo car ride. That was the ...