Best Western Naha Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Bb and I got up earlier than usual (haha yeah we always like to sleep in till shiok lol!) and cabbed over to the photography/makeup team's hotel several streets away with all our gowns, suits, shoes and stuff. We met up with the makeup team Jeanie and her asst Nai Chen at their room and started off with my make up and hairdo. They were friendly, and pretty too! They look like Japanese to me hehe! I always think Taiwanese and Japanese girls ...
... to just do a la carte! We retuned to the small floral shop tended by a friendly and sincere lady and selected several stalks of random (I don't know what the flowers are called) flowers in shades of white, baby pink, light pink and baby's breath and decided to DIY and try (or rather, must!) put them together into a hand posy! The total cost of the bunch of flowers we bought cost only 3000 yen! The friendly florist even gave us a stalk ...
As we will be meeting our photoshoot photography and makeup team on Tue, we decided to stay in Naha city centre for the few days till our photoshoot. Our stay for the next few nights were at APA hotel several streets away from the AirBnB one.. And we only realised APA was in sort of a red light district at night cos there were many nightclubs, bars, sleazy girl posters and suit-clad men along the streets who were trying to "pull" customers to the "nightclubs"! We decided to further ...
... Makishi station. Our first home stay booked via AirBnB was within walking distance from the station, but with all the luggages we had a hard time searching for our accommodation. After a long time, we finally found the home at some old ulu building in a small lane! It was actually in a building with random offices and even a dental clinic that was on the same floor as us! The interior was quite big for a Japanese flat, though ...
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 ...