The Naha Terrace
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Well when we got there, the entrance fee was literally just an entrance fee. Additional fees are needed to e.g. watch the dance show, or take part in sewing class. The town was actually much smaller than I expected. One walk around took only 1 hour.
Seriously not worth coming.
Don't even waste your time or your petrol coming here.
... to the pier to take photos.
(After today I am pretty sure I'm those type that can't just sit and read on a beach...)
Wind was blowing pretty rough. I was glad that I was leaving.
Boat arrived and we got back to Naha at 6pm.
Back in Mercure hotel to leave our bags, and went straight to Makishi public market to choose our favourite seafood for them to cook for us upstairs!!! We ...
... back to me!!
With our not so professional camera, we tried to take some pictures but fishes just swam too fast haha.
"I wonder what the photos that those divers took look like??"
One day, I will get a professional cam like them!!
After our dives, we went back to hostel to get ...
We can see Aka island on the other side, and nearer to us we could see Furuzamami beach. The water there is super clear. We decided to cycle down to the beach and that's it. No more cycling.
The downhill ride was not too bad, definitely pays-off the upclimb. We stayed in Furuzamami beach for a while, had our ice lollies and went back to our hostel to meet our ...
... the view. It was remarkable to see with the entire 360 degree view, there were only blue sky and navy ocean!!!
Literally the only colour that were in my vision was blue, and bits of white. It's so peaceful.
(And seriously, we were in the middle of no where!! Haha.)
On our way to Zamami we also saw cloudburst, which ...