Hotel Solvita Okinawa Matsuyama
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... br> Now, we are ready for our last sleep in this country, before it goes tomorrow towards the airport, yes, Saturday morning, we are back in Australia.
With this, my adventure comes close to its end, but I still plan to add a bit of an Australian leg, which means a few more kilometre will be " biked", to visit some of my good Australian ...
... The fail of the day was: JAPANESE HOTELS HAVE NO IRON, NO STEAMER, NO IRONING BOARD .. BUT.. they all have trouser press..??? So I really dunno how people who need to wear shirts iron the shirts when they stay in Japan hotels!! (so, only the trousers need to be neat..??) bb had to iron his shirt for the photoshoot the next day, so he had no choice but to rush to the 24-hour-megastore-that-sells-everything (sounds like Mustafa lol) to buy an iron! ...
... like "si-AH!" (Meaning die-AH in hokkien) haha! After the parade, we roamed around the market streets in Kokusai.. Bought freshly sliced bonito flakes! Bought some local products, and even visited the wet market and ate sashimi and more bittergourd (Goya) on the second floor of the wet market. We went to a small restaurant with small tatami eating rooms near our hotel for dinner. We had mostly bbq meat on sticks, and the toro tuna sashimi was superb la!! We actually order two servings of ...
... the bathroom is! We stayed within walking distance to the popular Kokusai Street, and we explored the area a bit for the night. Dinner was settled at a restaurant 花笠食堂, and we managed to try Okinawa's local food bitter gourd with egg and tofu, and Okinawan soba! Love the bittergourd max la! After which, we went to my favourite place in Japan!! Drugstore!! I just can't get enough of the beauty and cosmetic products! ...
Kodai: Little boy of around 4 years of age that warned us of an impending typhoon, threatening to dismantle our flights home.
Alistair: House mate, friend and Anime enthusiast, with three prior visits to Japan under his belt, his sound understanding of Nihongo (Japanese Language) made him the Japanese Master.
David: My other friend and house mate who was far too tall for Japan, David was destined to ...