Hotel Route Inn Naha Asahibashi-Eki Higashi
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... which basically means that no storm is supposed to hit us, but we should be alert anyway) and it's MUCH windier than it was when we were in TCCOR-1 over a week ago. Windy is actually an understatement. It's gusty. The wind is actively trying to push me down. No rain though! I love it.
We have a TMO appointment (to get our stuff from the states shipped here) this morning, followed by a trip to the ID office, followed by a jaunt off base to GO BUY A ...
... my appetite returned with a vengeance. After poor terence got off of work, I granted him just enough time to sleep before pestering him to feed me. Always tired of being on base, we decided on Coco’s Curry Restaurant which was conveniently located just outside the gates. I am a total curry novice so everything was completely foreign to me. Terence had been there before so I used him as my guide to what I should get. In total we inhaled:
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... area where I saw him.
My heart/tummy seized up in excitement and I threw my arms around my long-lost husband and gave him a much deserved kiss. I seriously couldn't believe that I had made it. I wasn't there on a short little visit. I had made it to him where I would be permanently for the next couple of years. So many times I had dreamed about this moment and what it would be like... but I was experiencing the real thing, and nothing could compare.
... of his own including some pretty brave solo sailing,once again it's when you travel and run into these great people that it reminds you why your doing it. I was pretty lucky to also see a traditional okinawan boat race over the weekend and a yacht race the weekend after, all these things combined made leaving Zamami and Japan all the more difficult and as the days ticked by I knew it was time to move on as my 90 visa was almost up so I spent many ...
... I had such a great time with in Kyoto. Anyways, I do not love the beaches in Okinawa. There are usually concrete structures build around them and loud music playing or not much beach room. However, we still made the most of this one (near American Village) and enjoyed the sunset.
Next set of pictures come from a day of exploring with my friend Garrett, in Naha, the biggest city in Okinawa. I really enjoyed, Fukushu En Park. This ...