Crown Hotel Okinawa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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... and failed to win anything in the claw games. We had a good time and then we peaced out.
We then went to San A, a local grocery store mega mart, I picked up some rice and curry roux, and we headed home so I could make a vegetarian lunch (we're on a vegetarian kick right now).It was my very first time making curry and I decided to use carrots, onion, bok choy and tofu. I'm a little shocked but it came out perfectly edible-- not too spicy, very filling, all it ...
... I finally was able to pass out undisturbed.
Terence got back to our room that morning and when I woke up to open the door, I felt precisely as bad as I did the day before. I was achy, I felt nauseous, I kept alternating between being freezing and burning up. It finally hit me that something was wrong when my husband, who is usually pretty warm-blooded, felt cold to touch. I decided to take a Tylenol to break my fever and hopefully get a couple of hours ...
... though I guess it's not really a souvenir since I'm not leaving anytime soon. It's a little drum that says 'Okinawa' with two bells that hangs from a red string. I plan on hanging it from my future car (more on that later). After going to that Exchange we went to another Exchange before walking back to the Westpac.
That was pretty much the conclusion of our Sunday. Terence needed to be up early the next day so we made it an early night.
... pretty hectic ferry ride (fastest ferry ride I've been on, it seemed to spend half the time in the air!) I arrived in Zamami, this was more the Okinawa I had in mind, blue seas, small town it looked good, on enquiring at the information centre in the port I was told all accommodation was fully booked but there was a campground nearby where you could rent tents so I headed off and was pleasantly surprised as the campsite is about 20 yards from a ...
... Japan is known infamously for whaling and marine overfishing, I was impressed with this Aquarium and their apparent goals of education and conservatism. They even talked some about the geology of coral reefs and had limestone examples. Definitely a place to check out if you ever find yourself in ...