Hotel Hokke Club Naha Shintoshin
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... at the top, I could see beautiful glowy American Village with its famous red ferris wheel all lit up. We made it home, watched Dirty Dancing, and then began our binge of Orange is the New Black. It was a perfect lazy end to a super lazy day.
We ended up having yet another super lazy day. Instead of waking up in the late evening, though, we did get up and go to the gym like we promised we would the day before. We both got a great workout in ...
I woke sometime later in the afternoon feeling MUCH better than I had previously. Although I felt very dehydrated and weak, I was no longer achy and feverish. For the first time in about 30 hours, I was able to get out of bed and leave the hotel room.
We went to Kadena to sort out some housing stuff and he took me to lunch at Chilis where I was able to keep down some food and drank my weight in Coke.
After I recovered from my two ...
... on our way to Camp Foster (kindly chauffeured by the wife of Terence's friend) and I got my first real glimpse of what Okinawa actually looked like. The nighttime cityscape was glittering and bright. There were a number of people out and about and there were so many things to observe. For one, driving on the left side of the road is a little disorienting at first. The steering column being on the right side of the car feels decidedly wrong, but these are details that ...
... where you weren't supposed to go..) and paid the price as got stung several times on my legs by jellyfish and a bite on my toe from some weird creature! I also met a guy on the campsite called Jiro who was staying for three months, he was quite a character and was helping out at a local shop, I offered to help him with a delivery at the port so became an impromptu helper/ driver for a couple of days, the favour was returned ten fold with nightly ...
... on currently. The skeletons of" Minatogawa Man." the prehistoric people of Okinawa what were believed to be the first inhabitants of the island 16,000 -14,000 BCE. They are the oldest complete skeletons of modern humans that have ever been recovered in East Asia. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Minatogaw a_Man
The last set of pictures come from when I was walking around the Makishi Public Market in Naha. Its sad to see all that ...