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... how the People here go to Break feast in the morning... well I was the only one and it raised a few eyebrows , mainly from the Cook.... I will not do it again. Breakfast menu consist of Miso Soup , rice ,Broccoli,Tofu and other healthy stuff. Saddled the Bike and toured the City of Naha in Okinawa. Despite to the common perception Japan being overly expensive I found it actually quite reasonable if you dig a little deeper. You Can quite well in a Local small ...
... though sadly not all downhill despite our earlier climb to the river where we started and went a short distance up one of the more challenging routes to encounter another of the ancient cedars. This involved traversing a river by stepping stones. On our way back the heavens opened but we still stopped at a number of points along the river for pictures including the impressive suspension bridge. We made our way at an ever ...
... The drivers are not very good (but they are considerate) and drive on the other side of the road, like in England. Hopefully I will get a car soon. People here also apologize a LOT and they do bow often. Also, I have not seen that many other Americans, although I have mostly been around the campus and not the bases. Thats it for now. Please feel free to ask questions if you want more details on ...
We docked at Naha early this morning. It is the capital of the Japanese Island Okinawa, famous for the World War 2 battle of the same name, and indeed was 'occupied' by the Americans for 25 years after the war ended. There is still a large US force here, some 30,000 soldiers and their families. The weather is perfect, early twenties and that warm sub-tropical humidity that gently wraps itself around you. But we are back in Japan and that can only ...
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 ...