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... myself. I absolutely love them and honestly would wear one every day if it were possible. They instantly transform anyone wearing them into a figure of grace and beauty.They are very modest, yet absolutely striking.
There are many types of Kimono, ranging from the many
layered robes of court ladies and the Empress to the simple, lightweight “free”
style of summer Yukata. Each Kimono has a purpose.
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... for the turn to be successful. Many times one girl trips and falls, or gets separated from the pole entirely and is stuck chasing after her empty position. Sometimes a whole set can go down if they stumble over a cone. When the pole is run under all the lines in waiting, often many get tangled up in the pole causing a group collapse. Minor scrapes aside, it was actually pretty funny to watch.
Finally, the boys, full of energy, are ready to shine. My favorite event. ...
... I was too lazy/sick to pedal. It turned out to be a wise decision. I could have taken the bus and saved some money, but this was more fun. It's only 50 cc, and tops out at 59 km/h downhill. I tried numerous times to hit 60 km/h. There are some wonderfully twisty roads here. It felt nice to be on two wheels again. The wind felt great. I went to Aharen Beach first and it had more people on it than the one yesterday, as it was even bigger and ...
... the northern most point in Okinawa. We had a beautiful sunny day and enjoyed the LONG (over 3 hour drive). I have posted lots of pictures. After being able to see the reefs from the cliffs and getting hot from hiking around, we decided to cool off with a nice little snorkel excursion. We then checked out this weird chicken statue before heading back home. Along the way we stopped at a local waterfall for some nice views just before ...
... the boat to Zamami Island. I grabbed a deep fried tuna stick and a teriyaki chicken sandwich, then strolled around the port area. Everything is dilapidated and/or rusted on either island. I didn't have much energy left, so I just sat at a picnic table at the port for awhile. I sat inboard on the ferry this time to avoid minimize seasickness. I slept most of the way back. I stopped off at Hottomotto for stir fry and ...