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... have pinky-sworn it into life.
Now of course I have a ton of things planned for the rest of this month but I'm just playing catch up on my blogging so I don't far too too far behind.
Let's see... where did I leave off?
The first stop on our multi week tour started with one of Terence's requests. We drove into Naha to go to a mega thrift store called Manga Souko. Terence had already been and he could not stop talking about it ...
... on the Okinawa Expressway all the way to Camp Schwab. The Fit handled like an absolute dream and I was starting to feel much more comfortable driving on the highway. We spent the latter half of the afternoon unpacking more items from the barracks and when we had loaded up the Fit to maximum capacity (which was surprisingly more spacious than it seemed), we decided to grab a late lunch at a restaurant nearby called Texas.
I'm all for eating at restaurants ...
... with a new iPhone. Obviously we opted for iPhones, Terence signed his life away, and we left with our shiny new iPhones in hand.
Our next trip was to Aeon, a mall, or so I thought. I soon learned that while Aeon is a mall found throughout Japan, the Aeon we went to that day was the BIGGEST Aeon in the world (probably). This place was MASSIVE. Like theme park in Orlando massive. I'm talking 50-ish restaurants, 4 floors, a million different shops with the ...
... I'm pretty sure it was the Sumo Burrito that did me in. I was achy, feverish, nauseated, and suffering from severe GI upset. I was either rocking violently on the bed, or confined to the toilet. I felt like I was dying. After a full day of suffering, I decided to take a shower and pop a Unisom to get to sleep. After which, I immediately threw up the few crackers and protein shake that I had managed to get down that day.
During the night I visited the bathroom at least 3 more ...
... Crown of thorns Urchins which have been known to completely devour coral reefs if left without predators).
Next it was up north to Nago. On the advise of my new diver friends, I stopped at Captain Kangaroo for a burger. Maybe it is because I have not had a decent burger in some time or maybe not, but that was one of the best burgers I have eaten! Epic. I was almost said when I was done with it because it ...