Hotel Tanew Wellness Resorts Okinawa
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... place. So much candy. So many children. So many activities! I got to The Pokémon Store and freaked out. There aren't many Pokémon Stores in the world and I was finally in a place where I could geek my little heart out. I bought so many things, it's embarrassing.
I explored the other couple of floors, bought some souvenirs, the top floor was a "haunted house" kind of situation for kids so I opted out. I stopped for lunch at a tacoyaki shop (octopus dumplings) and ...
... and the butterflies returned!
Hubby and I inspected the vehicle for any issues, cleanliness, etc and everything looked perfect. We were handed over the keys and I excitedly drove away in my sunshiny yellow car! I'm in love with everything about my Fit (Fifi the Fit) and it feels so liberating to be able to go anywhere we want now. I am so excited to zip around and explore this island in my new ride!
On Wednesday we made a ...
Saturday was supposed to be busy but we had a blissfully lazy day. Terence almost won a 70" Sony TV. We camped out on ur cozy air mattress and binge watched House of Cards. Basically a perfect day.
Sunday was exhausting in all the right ways. After a slow start, we made yet another trip to the Exchange were Terence finally bought us new phones for our 3-year stay. I was torn between getting a cheapie flip phone (strictly for calls and work) ...
... moved to a new room. The new room was much nicer than the old one-- we finally had a kitchenette so we could pretend to actually cook if we wanted to. It was still pretty overcast so I took advantage of the weather and went for another run. After my run, I went to the Exchange for a couple of essentials (read: paper towels and toothpaste). After that, Terence took me to Sumo Burrito (fake Chipolte) and a quick trip to the library.
I spent all of Monday violently ...
... the Kouri bridge a bit more, had a yummy mango juice and then went back through some of those small islands and up to this mountain overlook of the area for some stunning views. I also tried the local drink specialty, a sort of lime fruit only found here.
Finally, I drove back towards the University. On the way back, I had a nice stop at Todoroki Waterfall. It was easy to get to and surprisingly very ...