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Okinawa, a well known place for my wife and myself, since we lived there eighteen years ago, together with our then two little boys for four years.
So, when I left Kagoshima the 18th of November by ferry towards Okinawa,
which actually takes 25 hours, I knew to land on a Island from where I have many nice memories.
To make ...
... The fail of the day was: JAPANESE HOTELS HAVE NO IRON, NO STEAMER, NO IRONING BOARD .. BUT.. they all have trouser press..??? So I really dunno how people who need to wear shirts iron the shirts when they stay in Japan hotels!! (so, only the trousers need to be neat..??) bb had to iron his shirt for the photoshoot the next day, so he had no choice but to rush to the 24-hour-megastore-that-sells-everything (sounds like Mustafa lol) to buy an iron! ...
... street as it is a long stretch with lots and lots of touristy shops, random shops, cafes, restaurants and even markets! We were lucky to chance upon the Shurijo castle cultural parade along the Main Street.. No wonder most hotels were full on the first night so we had to book AirBnB! It was a colourful parade (like Chingay) which showcased the Ryukyu Kingdom royalty and cool performances! Bb and I just can't help noticing that some of their traditional songs keep having lyrics ...
... 6 hours. Upon arrival then did we realise that the aircraft we took was actually Shanghai Airlines' instead of a China Eastern aircraft haha (same alliance thingy I guess)! The weather here was rather chilly around 20 deg cel, and we had to take an airport bus to the main terminal from the aircraft. The flight from SIN to PVG was approx. 5 hours..there was breakfast (at 2am -.-) provided aboard (food was so so only), and me and bb managed ...
Kodai: Little boy of around 4 years of age that warned us of an impending typhoon, threatening to dismantle our flights home.
Alistair: House mate, friend and Anime enthusiast, with three prior visits to Japan under his belt, his sound understanding of Nihongo (Japanese Language) made him the Japanese Master.
David: My other friend and house mate who was far too tall for Japan, David was destined to ...