Ishigaki Seaside Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... beach! WE ATE/DRANK: - BBQ of assorted wagyu beef with kimchi, rice and salad - mango beer and pineapple beer WE LOVED: - having a really chilled day after the typhoon stress (we still don't know whether we'll be stranded tomorrow but hey ho!) - getting told by the receptionist that by ticking to not have our towels/sheets etc changed every day we'd accumulated enough points to select a gift from the reception. We choose.... A (souvenir tea) ...
... surroundings and take a dip in the turquoise sea - went to a local restaurant for lunch just behind Kabira Bay - admired the view over Kabira Bay - enjoyed a glass bottom boat trip over the amazing coral in Kabira Bay - quickly popped to Yonehara beach to see what the fuss was about (supposedly mega beautiful, but we all preferred Sunset beach) - then back to the hotel for a ...
WE DID: - caught ferry to Taketomi-jima - hopped on a random minibus going to the town, which dropped us at a water buffalo farm - turned out we could hire bikes from the same place so we did that and reserved the water buffalo cart for later - cycled through the lanes (which are part tarmac part loose sand) surrounded by ...
... lunch (Okinawan ramen) prepared on the spot at the top of the waterfall looking over the bay - trek back down through the jungle followed by a final kayak back to the minibus, then ferry back to Ishigaki - after a quick freshen up and change at the hotel we cycled to the nearest beach via the supermarket and had a picnic on the beautiful empty beach WE LOVED: Everything! One of the best days so ...
... print shirt - he's one shell necklace away from becoming a resident! WE ATE: - the most amazing 400g burger! WE LOVED: - being given iced hand towels (o-shibori) at a restaurant instead of the usual heated ones as it was such a hot day - sinking our toes into the white sand at the ...