Okinawa Marriott Resort & Spa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... at the top, I could see beautiful glowy American Village with its famous red ferris wheel all lit up. We made it home, watched Dirty Dancing, and then began our binge of Orange is the New Black. It was a perfect lazy end to a super lazy day.
We ended up having yet another super lazy day. Instead of waking up in the late evening, though, we did get up and go to the gym like we promised we would the day before. We both got a great workout in ...
... Idk guys.
After lunch we walked around the Exchange before coming back to the Westpac. Terence left for work for the night and I was just about ready to climb in my bed when I reached for my Bun Bun (my stuffed rabbit) and noticed A FREAKING SPIDER CRAWLING ON HIS EAR! To those who don’t understand the extent of my arachnophobia, you may want to refer to my France blog. I cannot abide spiders. It’s a true phobia, not just a fear of these creepy crawly demon ...
... on our way to Camp Foster (kindly chauffeured by the wife of Terence's friend) and I got my first real glimpse of what Okinawa actually looked like. The nighttime cityscape was glittering and bright. There were a number of people out and about and there were so many things to observe. For one, driving on the left side of the road is a little disorienting at first. The steering column being on the right side of the car feels decidedly wrong, but these are details that ...
... Believe it or not, this was the largest Aquarium in the world until it was surpassed by the Georgia Aquarium in 2005. It also holds records for sustaining multiple births of manta rays. The greatest is the whale sharks though. So cool to see (my first time seeing these amazing creatures). ...
... and resulting in purple was called “Scent of the Red Plum”. Forest greens,
burnt oranges, alternating with mustard yellows was called “Reverse Kierra
Roses”. If the layering was not done correctly, it could reflect poorly on your
status or family. Then a stiff Kimono, usually a scarlet color, was worn to
provide stability to the outer Kimonos. Uwagi, the elaborately embroidered, but
solid color kimono, just ...