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... Transport: you can rent a car, but remember driver seat is at the right side. Also you can rent a scooter. Our hotel have scooter rental (international driver license is mandatory) and bicycle (first 6h free, then every hour 100 ¥ ~ 1€. But there are several rental companies. We use the bus, for 1.000 ¥ you get day pass for all bus lines, we take the 5 day pass for 2.000 ¥, which includes the airport express bus. You can get ...
... the rest of the day swimming in the clear waters and gazing into the beautiful horizon. Yes I know...it's a tough life ;))) An interesting observation I made in Okinawa is that despite being a tropical island with SE Asia islands to the south, there are no palm/coconut trees here! The ones I have seen are artificially planted along the highways, and not naturally growing in the lush jungles. Instead, there are pine trees that nearly smell like Xmas trees. So ...
... there are a lot of traditional Yaeyama-style houses left in the village.
We arrived at Taketomi Island in the late afternoon of the third day of the trip. A guest house staff picked us up at the ferry port, so my mum didn't walk much for the day. Immediately after we arrived at the guest house, I went out, because I predicted it would rain on the next day. I visited Taketomi Primary and Junior High School, Nagomi Tower and Nishi Sanbashi Pier. I enjoyed strolling in the ...
... spend an hour or so. Because it was very hard to spot a wild Iriomote cat, the museum was worth visiting to see a stuffed Iriomote cat. After that, we drove south without thinking about our destination. Fortunately, it was getting clear. So we headed for Hamieda Beach. My mum didn't get out of the car, but I strolled around the beach for a while and that was fantastic. Here, I saw a British couple who I saw in Painu Maya and would see them in the Nakamagawa River Cruise ...
... didn't look interested in me when I got into the cage, but as soon as I bought food for them, they swarmed around me and took food from my hands in a minute. A staff member came to me and kindly took a picture of me with them. That was fun, but when they left me, a monkey's poop was on my hand.... Nagura Anpal was an area preserved by the Ramsar Convention. I saw a few birds in the marsh, but they quickly ran and I couldn't take a picture of ...