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... have pinky-sworn it into life.
Now of course I have a ton of things planned for the rest of this month but I'm just playing catch up on my blogging so I don't far too too far behind.
Let's see... where did I leave off?
The first stop on our multi week tour started with one of Terence's requests. We drove into Naha to go to a mega thrift store called Manga Souko. Terence had already been and he could not stop talking about it ...
... here is where I let you all know that as my life becomes increasingly more normal and day to day boring, I will be blogging MUCH less often and just living more. This is a travel blog, not the Angela show (I have an entirely different blog devoted to the minutiae). I will still be doing awesome things and adventuring and stuff-- you'll just be hearing about it at less frequent intervals. I'm sure you're relieved; getting weekly updates can be kind of obnoxious, no?
... at the top, I could see beautiful glowy American Village with its famous red ferris wheel all lit up. We made it home, watched Dirty Dancing, and then began our binge of Orange is the New Black. It was a perfect lazy end to a super lazy day.
We ended up having yet another super lazy day. Instead of waking up in the late evening, though, we did get up and go to the gym like we promised we would the day before. We both got a great workout in ...
... as much ocean air as I could before we headed back to the car to make our journey back to Foster. Poor Terence has to work tonight and in the early AM, we’re back at another action packed day. If everything goes really well, we’ll have local cell phones, and I’LL have a car to call my own.
It’s Fridaaaaay. It is the last day of this tumultuous week. I am sitting down for the first time really since 0730 (it is now 0945 at night) and ...
... though I guess it's not really a souvenir since I'm not leaving anytime soon. It's a little drum that says 'Okinawa' with two bells that hangs from a red string. I plan on hanging it from my future car (more on that later). After going to that Exchange we went to another Exchange before walking back to the Westpac.
That was pretty much the conclusion of our Sunday. Terence needed to be up early the next day so we made it an early night.