HOTEL GranView ISHIGAKI
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... our fingers crossed. On reaching Le Lotus Bleu - our accommodation for the next seven nights we sigh with relief that we will NOT have to pack, unpack and pack again for a whole week - bliss. Le Lotus Bleu is a traditional wooden Japanese house that is over one hundred years old; it was originally built on the mainland and belonged to an eccentric Kimono maker . It was transported here over thirty years ago bit by bit ...
... bougainvillaea, sugar cane etc. all you would expect from a sub tropical island plus a lot if rice paddies. We spent the day exploring the island. First off was Yaima Village, nestled in the hillside it was a tourist village designed to show off various aspects of Ishigaki life in the early 1900s. A fisherman's cottage, the Chief's ...
... the horrible pain, you have to go alone. This animal can cost cardiac arrest. !!! Scuba diving you should never do alone!!!, that advice is also good form swimming and snorkeling in this area. First aid knowledge cut be very helpful. Good news, Taketomi Jima is nearly!!!! free of Habu Jelly's, so go there and enjoy. Or just go of season. I have been in May, there hasn't been any Habu at all. Guided tours are save as well, they know where are the ...
... in my trip, not 7 months into it. On a happier note we spent the last 2 days exploring two islands, Ishigakj and Taketomi. Ishigaki had some breathtaking panoramic views, while Taketomi had an incredible historic charm and ambience. The "village" in the middle of the Taketomi island hosts visitors on a water buffalo carriage and took us around their cute village. The island has a whopping population of 340! There was yet another stunning beach on this tiny island. ...
... when I arrived at the guest house, the landlady was complaining because I was late for the dinner time. The old lady was friendly and talkative. She knew that their guests liked her talk. The old gentleman was showing folk-arts making, but we were not interested. Some young Japanese love the air of island guest houses and come back to the island again and again, but that will never happen to me.
Anyway, in the next morning, we tried a buffalo car ride. That was the ...