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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 ...
... br> Da-de-da-de-da.
I was all happy singing-along, trying to choose our first check-point on the map. So at last we chose to go to Takatsuki-yama Observatory.
"Okay. On the map it says it'd be 30 minutes walk.
So I'm guessing, cycling there will take around 15 minutes?"
Being so optimistic, I was thinking we could easily cycle around the island within 6 hours!! ...
... ferry there. Well it's a little cheaper, like around ~1000 YEN cheaper.
Japanese ferry has their own style. In the seated area, they have normal seats as well as tatami area for children and other people to sit or lie on. Quite cute I think. There were not enough space in the seated area so we went up to the deck ...