Double Tree By Hilton Naha
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... myself. I absolutely love them and honestly would wear one every day if it were possible. They instantly transform anyone wearing them into a figure of grace and beauty.They are very modest, yet absolutely striking.
There are many types of Kimono, ranging from the many
layered robes of court ladies and the Empress to the simple, lightweight “free”
style of summer Yukata. Each Kimono has a purpose.
Perhaps the ...
... Ich, Ni, Ich, Ni!" This rarely saves them from a few, absolutely hysterical falls. I was laughing so hard I cried. It just takes half a second for someone to step wrong and the whole group goes down. Their fall is not graceful, nor do they fall to the side. Normally, they all fall forward, landing on top of one another like a stack of pancakes. They then have to struggle to help one another up as they are tied by the ankles. And oh... did you drop your baton when you fell? Good luck ...
... returned The Silver Bullet back to its post and got on the ferry. During the walk back from the port I stopped by a supermarket and was unsuccessful in finding cold medication. However, I did find Placenta (see picture). I made the last of the food, packed, and got ready for my departure tomorrow. I did laundry like a pro too. As soon as I get the hang of something, it's time to move on to the next place. Two flights and multiple trains await me ...
... a major way for us to cut loose and catch up with each other on the weekends. I certainly miss the wetlab! Fortunately, I do have a friend from Hawaii coming soon and know a few other colleagues coming for the summer field session so hopefully that helps.
That being said, I still have been having some time here and there to explore the island. Two weekends ago I went all the way up north with my friend Kristen to explore Cape ...
... yesterday. I eventually settled down and actually managed to nodded off. Once I got to Aka Island, I booked a small boat ride to Zamami Island for later in the afternoon. It was 300 yen for the 15 minute ride. A fast ferry would take me back to Tomari Port/Naha. I rented a bike again. This one had seen better days. Anything ferrous will rust here. I rode the bike to Nishibama Beach. It would have been a 20 minute ...