Nansei Kanko Hotel
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... first time in over a week! When we got home, I made sautéed cabbage to go with our japanese rice and we hung out on our couch (air mattress) before I took Terence to work. Yet another blissfully lazy day.
Nothing of note. But....
We shoved way too many things into one single day. I'm sitting here early on Friday morning killing time before I'm forced to go out in the outer ring of Typhoon Soudelor. We're in TCCOR ...
... I are utterly exhausted. He had to work last night so he got off work and only got an hour nap. Poor thing is now snoring next to me. We got so much stuff done today. For the sake of brevity I’ll list instead of describe:
- We finally checked out of the Westpac. Finally.
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... credentialing materials and take a drug exam for my new job which I am ridiculously excited about. I did NOT walk 3.5 miles to the Naval Hospital; instead, I opted for a comfortable cab ride and was dropped off outside the main entrance an entire 30 minutes early. The view from the giant hill which the USNH is breathtaking; you can see the beautiful blue ocean stretching out in front of you, you can see colorful American Village with it's ferris wheel, you can see ...
So after a comfortable night kipping in Osaka airport and another flight to Okinawa I arrived in Naha, it was immediately apparent I'd headed south as on exiting the plane I was hit with a blast of hot air, it was 33 degrees still and it was 10pm! I spent a couple of sweaty days looking around Naha which is the main island and it wasn't quite the Okinawa I'd imagined, the south of the island is home to the airport and the U.S. air base and it seems a ...
... on currently. The skeletons of" Minatogawa Man." the prehistoric people of Okinawa what were believed to be the first inhabitants of the island 16,000 -14,000 BCE. They are the oldest complete skeletons of modern humans that have ever been recovered in East Asia. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Minatogaw a_Man
The last set of pictures come from when I was walking around the Makishi Public Market in Naha. Its sad to see all that ...