Hotel Nikko Yaeyama
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and spending some time on the beach we head back for dinner at our new home. The meal is delicious with the best sashimi I have ever tasted (David) and tofu with basil plus a lovely salad. The cuisine is Japanese but there is a French accent with it. The main is fresh fish again with Japanese veg and some noodles - a real feast.
Next morning we catch a bus to the port to catch a ferry to neighbouring Taketomi ...
... communal laundry etc. Then we travelled to the north to a glorious beach with coral reefs and mangroves where we were able to spend some time on a glass bottomed boat before returning home via the local limestone caves, all stalactites snd stalagmites. Just a very relaxed day spent wandering round the prettiest island we have seen in ...
... can't read which place you enter and go just in and take the surprise. Beach: when you are on Ishigaki you have to go to KABIRA Beach. It's difficult for me to describe the feeling, when I saw the beach with my own eyes. White sand, crystal clear water and the absolutely Jamaica feeling. Here you can rest your bones. There are several other beach, some belonging to hotels, which also accessible for non hotel guests. You can rent sun lounger and ...
... the rest of the day swimming in the clear waters and gazing into the beautiful horizon. Yes I know...it's a tough life ;))) An interesting observation I made in Okinawa is that despite being a tropical island with SE Asia islands to the south, there are no palm/coconut trees here! The ones I have seen are artificially planted along the highways, and not naturally growing in the lush jungles. Instead, there are pine trees that nearly smell like Xmas trees. So ...
... there are a lot of traditional Yaeyama-style houses left in the village.
We arrived at Taketomi Island in the late afternoon of the third day of the trip. A guest house staff picked us up at the ferry port, so my mum didn't walk much for the day. Immediately after we arrived at the guest house, I went out, because I predicted it would rain on the next day. I visited Taketomi Primary and Junior High School, Nagomi Tower and Nishi Sanbashi Pier. I enjoyed strolling in the ...