Hotel Park Stadium Naha
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... salt, plain sea salt, etc. etc. I opted for the hibiscus salt and shook it all over my ice cream. The result was... interesting. The salt itself was pink, but tasted just like any other salt. On top of the ice cream, it was tasty, and I wolfed it down entirely too quickly.
With a happy tummy and tired of all the walking, we returned to our car, and back home to scheme up our next adventure.
This weekend is the Eisa Festival here in Okinawa. There will ...
Just to help acclimate you all with how things are here, I figured I would go for a nice job and bring my phone. Took tons of pictures around town so you have an idea of what it looks like here (since lets face it, I don't think anyone is coming for a visit). Enjoy! Explanations are in the ...
... There was a stage featuring all types of island music. The alcohol lines were absolutely ridiculous so Terence and I bypassed them entirely. Although we were in absolute darkness, I made a point to put my feet in the ocean and I took a deep breath of the salty and extra gusty ocean air: I always feel some strange zen-like connection with the beach and I don't think I'll ever really get enough of living on the coast. I found a food line that I liked and we had a ...
... Like most structures in Japan, it has burned down and been rebuilt numerous times. The present structure was build from old photographs and historical records in 1992. A few original structures do still exist (see pictures) and the reconstruction was very well done. John and I enjoyed the castle complex and learned more about our temporary home. Enjoy some pictures from our visit!
... boys were playing in the water so I decided not to disturb them and try to swim as well. Still, I enjoyed cooling off with my feet in the water.
In typical "going up north" Okinawa David fashion, I ended the day on the west side of the Island so I had to get in a grand sunset view. I don't love everything about living here in Okinawa, but days like this make up for some of the less desirable aspects!