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Travel Blogs from Okinawa
... marine life. They have 3 huge whale sharks and many sting rays, and of course many other different types of fishes.
We stayed there for a long time, just staring at the big window water tank was enough to entertain me. We also managed to see the whale sharks being fed. They just gulp down litres of water with the food inside and then filter out the excessive water ...
... marmoratus (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turbo_mar moratus), massive sized prawns and fish. Each was prepared in 2 ways. Some sashimi, some stir-fried, some steamed.
(Although it's a very touristy place since many could speak my language Chinese, food was good)
Tomorrow we are gonna get our (rented) car!!! Excited!!
To be continued...
... and cleaned. Then we went to see the sunset.
After our long day, it's time for some amazing food. We went to a tavern (居酒屋) called Izakaya Santa and ordered randomly again, haha (since we can't read Japanese).
Tomorrow we will go snorkeling and head back to Naha.
To be continued...
... br> Da-de-da-de-da.
I was all happy singing-along, trying to choose our first check-point on the map. So at last we chose to go to Takatsuki-yama Observatory.
"Okay. On the map it says it'd be 30 minutes walk.
So I'm guessing, cycling there will take around 15 minutes?"
Being so optimistic, I was thinking we could easily cycle around the island within 6 hours!! ...
Landed on Naha International Airport.
Weather was perfect with blue sky greeting us.
(haha, horray no more typhoon!!)
There was a massive queue for stamping the on arrival visa. So it was almost an hour later that we could leave the airport. When we got to the baggage belt, all the lugguage including ours were nicely lined up on the side. This is what I love about Japan. They are just so considerate ...