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... will emd in Melbourne, but that is probably too long a hop in one day to not be arriving really late, so I'll be stopping on the way at Rylestone in country NSW. Rob Loneragan, the Searey agent for Australia, bought the country airfield a few years back and has breathed new life into it with an airpark development. Been keen to see it and catch up, so works nicely. He is inviting a few folks along, there'll be ...
... a work of art and advanced ideas in environmental sustainability. The complex is built within a major forest and mountain region but impacting the natural resources as little as possible.
Salt factory, not just any salt but a natural sea salt factory.
Katsuren Castle ruins - It is the oldest of the Okinawan Castles and finally a newly discovered ancient village.
Ikei Village Then it was already time to leave ...
Okinawan National Performing Arts Hall was funded by the government to create a venue for the production of traditional Kumiodori, the refined entertainment for the royal court and the highest form of hospitality for entertaining Chinese Inaugural envoys. It is known to be the most elaborate and modern theatrical structure in Japan. It is still used for the original Kumiodori but also drama, music and ...
... of Okinawa.
Tsuboya Kiln: My one personal mission during my free time was to find the pottery disyrict and the old kiln. Photos tell the story.
Royal Gardens, preserved ancient summer house of the lord of the country, and Chuko Awamori Rice Wine Factory. I says wine bur this this stuff is 40% alcohol, 80 proof.
The underground tunnel headquarters of the Japanese navy. All dug by hand with pick and shovel. It is a maze of tunnels and rooms.
... the camera at a monkey and is slumped on the ground - Luckily she fell on the camera and is fine, the camera, unfortunately did not survive the trauma.
The other thing they have here in abundance are snow monkeys or Japanese macaques, the most northerly monkeys in the world, which come here from all over the park to warm themselves in the thermal pools all year round. The onsen clings to the side of a rocky riverbed at the bottom of a deep forested valley. Outside ...