Hotel Sun Okinawa
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Every week I feel increasingly more and more accepting of the fact that I am in fact here, in Okinawa, in paradise with my husband-- and this is the new normal. My life as I know it is strikingly similar to the life I had been dreaming about for over a year and it almost seems too good to be true. Writing down what's happening is pretty much me proving to myself that this is actually my life now and it's mine to enjoy. Maybe some day a LONG time from now I will wake up ...
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... will feel normal in time. The Westpac Lodge is pretty nice-- when we got to our room all I wanted to do was take a long, hot shower and pass out. I slept SO, so well with my husband/BFF by my side :)
On Sunday morning we rose bright and early and I realized I was STARVING. There was this place I had found on Pinterest called Kupu Kupu Pancake Factory and I really wanted my first meal in Japan to be good so I was pretty resolute about eating at ...
... 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 ...
... cave/river system in the dense forests of Okinawa (what the Island use to look like before Urbanization and wars). There are many caves but the entire valley is said to have been formed when a huge cave collapsed hundreds to thousands of years ago. The system was named “Gangala” because it is suppose to represent the sound made when you throw stones into the caves. This story was fun to hear by our Japanese tour guide, even if ...