Ocean View In Kibogaoka
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... were 2 presenters trying the food and giving comments. (Erm, in japanese so I can't really understand what they say haha!! But from their facial expressions, I could guess?)
"It must be very good then!!!
Since the locals recommend it too!!"
Without much thought, I ordered the sashimi ...
... bowl of soba, and found a seat to sit down. The noodles was as good as they say!!!! Yummm.
So with our full tummy we head to the butterfly garden which is just 10 minutes away. And it was on the way to the ocean expo aquarium. The butterfly garden was filled with beautifully coloured butterflies. Some of them landed on my fingers too!!!
(But honestly, I wouldn't drive here ...
... br> The water was shallow around the beach, even we swam out to 30-40 metres. All round was white fine sandy seabed with many corals. Some starfishes and some nemos. There were many different coloured fishes which I really should photograph and learn the names (but you see, with a not so professional underwater camera, it's a little difficult to focus and get a clear picture with those fast moving creatures!! ...
(In Chinese I would say it's very 的色!!)
After we fulfilled our tummy, we got our gears on and waited for Megumi to arrive.
Megumi came to find us and took us to the pier.
On the boat we saw other divers. All of them had professional underwater cameras. They were huge and super heavy!!!!! OMG. So I guessed they must be very ...
... amp; !!!!
(All these symbols popped in my head)
"I thought you knew?" He said.
Well, obviously I didn't think about that. Then I gave up cycling. It was way too hot, way too steep, and the bike was way too heavy. Ended up we were pushing our bikes to the observatory.
Arrived. 40 minutes later. Exhausted.
Luckily it was worth it.
The view was ...