Okinawa Marriott Resort & Spa
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... adventure. I chose Pineapple Park which was inconveniently allll the way in Nago (50 minutes away) and we started our day. The drive up went by smoothly but as we approached Nago we noticed pockets of ominous looking storm clouds punctuated by pockets of blue skies and sunshine. It was the perfect looking day one moment, and a gloomy stormy looking one the next. I had my fingers crossed for sunshine at the park.
We made it to the park with an overcast sky, ...
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 ...
... we usually do. Instead, after Terence got off of work, we lazily napped late into the afternoon before we decided to make ANOTHER trip to Camp Schwab to get more of his stuff. It was pretty blissful driving along in my new car. The sky looked as if it could pour down rain at any moment so we got to Schwab pretty quickly where we picked up some 'essentials'. I got to meet Terence's BFF, which is great because I have seemingly gained married couple friends by default.
... 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!
... with a new iPhone. Obviously we opted for iPhones, Terence signed his life away, and we left with our shiny new iPhones in hand.
Our next trip was to Aeon, a mall, or so I thought. I soon learned that while Aeon is a mall found throughout Japan, the Aeon we went to that day was the BIGGEST Aeon in the world (probably). This place was MASSIVE. Like theme park in Orlando massive. I'm talking 50-ish restaurants, 4 floors, a million different shops with the ...