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... 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 counter, I was informed I did not have a reservation. WHAT!? I was certain I made a reservation, but I had no confirmation email or printed itinerary. I had simply memorized the flight date and time. How could it be? Furthermore, I was told I had only 13 minutes till departure, not 45 minutes that I had remembered. I practically threw my credit card and told them to run it and put me on the flight. I will deal with the missing ticket later. I ran through ...
... 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 ...
... area was small, but nice for a stroll due to the boardwalks. Then we had late lunch in the park restaurant. I tasted Ishigaki beef curry and sea grapes, which were good. After that, we enjoyed Ya-asobi, or Okinawan leisure activities in a house. My mum hesitate to attend it before we went to the house, but she seemingly enjoyed the activity very much. We bought Chinsuko, a speciality sweets of Okinawa at the souvenir shop and left the theme park.
... i only had a few hours before the bus to Kabira. of course, i went in the wrong direction.
i was delighted (and slightly dismayed as i now had cash) to find the local "market" was right next door to the post office. full of kitschy touristy stuff i merely looked around and managed to escape without purchasing. next stop was the supermarket where a variety of unhealthy goods (milk tea and buns!) were purchased to consume over the next few days. A &W ...