Hotel Rocore Naha
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... from the 90s, and we had a light breeze on our side. We ran to the gym which was packed with late comers trying to get their late night work out in. After careful consideration, we realized we wouldn't be able to get a good work out in with a full gym, so we decided to just head home and try again the next day. I ran back to the house, up the giant hill that would bring me to Upper Foster and the cusp of our neighborhood. I wish I would have thought to take a ...
... as much ocean air as I could before we headed back to the car to make our journey back to Foster. Poor Terence has to work tonight and in the early AM, we’re back at another action packed day. If everything goes really well, we’ll have local cell phones, and I’LL have a car to call my own.
It’s Fridaaaaay. It is the last day of this tumultuous week. I am sitting down for the first time really since 0730 (it is now 0945 at night) and ...
... Okinawa at work-- it's amazing. The interior of the hospital is equally as visually stunning. At orientation the other day, I learned that the USNH was barely 3 years old. The front lobby was beautifully curated with rich glossy marble and local Okinawan accent portraits. I had a sneaking suspicion that this was the place I was meant to be.
After I finished the work stuff, I did opt to hike 3.5 miles back to the Westpac (mistake) in the 88 degree, 100% ...
... set, the Japan adventure was drawing to a close, I spent the remaining couple of days doing more exploring around the island and drinking far too much Aomori til the small hours, the only sour note at the end of my time in Japan was the arrival at the camp of about a 100 American marines from The base at Naha for the July 4 celebrations ( stereotypical Americans??) they lived up to all the stereotypes. It was a sad goodbye as I left Zamami to head back ...
... 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 ...