The Naha Terrace
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Okinawa, a well known place for my wife and myself, since we lived there eighteen years ago, together with our then two little boys for four years.
So, when I left Kagoshima the 18th of November by ferry towards Okinawa,
which actually takes 25 hours, I knew to land on a Island from where I have many nice memories.
To make ...
... in the end, I had to ... DIY AGAIN! Bb went to the 100yen to get some stuff to make the floral posy, and I went to some 24hour megastore (that sells EVERYTHING) to get some nail polishes and acrylic nails (in case my polishing fails). Lunch was at Han's Steak near our hotel.. And the steak was so good!! My steak still tasted juicy and medium rare even though it was still sizzling hot on the hot plate! Bb had a big plate of beef tongue and it ...
... street as it is a long stretch with lots and lots of touristy shops, random shops, cafes, restaurants and even markets! We were lucky to chance upon the Shurijo castle cultural parade along the Main Street.. No wonder most hotels were full on the first night so we had to book AirBnB! It was a colourful parade (like Chingay) which showcased the Ryukyu Kingdom royalty and cool performances! Bb and I just can't help noticing that some of their traditional songs keep having lyrics ...
... were rather retro with mostly wooden furnishings. There were actually 6 beds in the house! As with all hotels I've stayed in Japan so far, amenities were fully provided (yes, Japan mostly provide full sized shampoo, conditioner, body wash and even sometimes facial wash as well!). The only surprising thing was that it didn't have a bathtub! All I know is Japanese love baths and every hotel I've stayed in Japan must have a bathtub no matter ...
... day Alistair learnt a Typhoon was heading up through Asia from a little boy called Kodai. He spoke very good English and told us how he and his family were leaving before the typhoon came up to Japan. Okinawa is pretty much the southernmost part of Japan, located on a small island making very susceptible to tropical weather. Our flights home were pretty rubbish so a small part of us wanted them all cancelled so we could perhaps take a more direct ...