Hotel Route Inn Nago
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... paid lots and of course, OF COURSE we had NO YEN. We drove around forever and far away looking for parking, but it was abundantly clear that we were unprepared, and would have to come back another day WITH YEN to park nearby, and fully enjoy our day.
Massive fail, all around.
Hapinaha Part 2
Two days later I finally got my life together, scooped together some yen and made a reprise trip (solo this time) to Happinaha. Hapinaha is such a ...
... to find an affordable yet dependable ride and it appears before us in all of its bright yellow glory: a 2006 Honda Fit in almost mint condition. It looked brand new, the interior was just about pristine, and it was a Honda. We arranged for the paperwork proceedings and our three day wait absolutely flew by. And on a wonderful Tuesday afternoon, I skipped into the dealership just hoping that I would still feel butterflies upon seeing the buttery yellow car.
I spotted ...
... pour myself a cup of jasmine tea, and sigh about being bored and 'wanting more' and start scheming my next great adventure. Until that time, I'm living my adventure day by day and it's absolutely amazing.
Friday Saturday Sunday
Last Friday was exhausting. Only thing I have to add? We tried to get a rental truck to pick up our government furniture buuuut that didn't happen so now we're living on an air mattress. We told ourselves we would try ...
... and this was both helping and hindering my run. I was being pushed forward on little to no incline but I was being blown back while running downhill. There were streams of tears smattered across my wind whipped face. All in all, it was a pretty exhilarating run with awesome views of the churning ocean. Not a single rain drop in sight.
Later that evening, Terence was finally allowed to come home as we moved back to TCCOR 2. We watched a movie and passed out.
... few yen to stay there so I went down to the sea to check things out. It was a bit of a hike, but I found a very crowded beach (one of the most natural looking ones I have seen in Okinawa though). One popular aspect is some rocks there that apparently look like hearts. You be the judge.
After that I headed around the rest of the island. Didn't feel like paying the high feel for the Kouri Ocean Tower so I ...