Okinawa Kariyushi Ryukyu Hotel Naha
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... place. So much candy. So many children. So many activities! I got to The Pokémon Store and freaked out. There aren't many Pokémon Stores in the world and I was finally in a place where I could geek my little heart out. I bought so many things, it's embarrassing.
I explored the other couple of floors, bought some souvenirs, the top floor was a "haunted house" kind of situation for kids so I opted out. I stopped for lunch at a tacoyaki shop (octopus dumplings) and ...
Just to help acclimate you all with how things are here, I figured I would go for a nice job and bring my phone. Took tons of pictures around town so you have an idea of what it looks like here (since lets face it, I don't think anyone is coming for a visit). Enjoy! Explanations are in the ...
... of weeks. I'll miss the car, but hopefully I'll find that I love my own car even more. For the remainder of the afternoon, we were pretty much confined to the house so we bunkered down for a lazy Sunday. I made paleo peppered steak and we spent the rest of the day watching Netflix.
Monday is the day that I just about decided to hop on a plane back to the States. It rained the entire morning which was perfect for sleeping in. Sometime in the ...
... Like most structures in Japan, it has burned down and been rebuilt numerous times. The present structure was build from old photographs and historical records in 1992. A few original structures do still exist (see pictures) and the reconstruction was very well done. John and I enjoyed the castle complex and learned more about our temporary home. Enjoy some pictures from our visit!
... But no time for morning, as there was much more to see for the day.
After a drive over the mountain, I came to this awesome overlook right before the bridge to Yagaji island. I had to get out of the car and take a look. It was so pretty. The water between the islands looked more like a river than the ocean. And in the distance you could see the Kouri Island bridge, my next stop. After taking a few ...