Oriental Hills Okinawa
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... store/grocery metropolis/ mega mart sitting at the end of the mall like a Macy's but spanning across the surface area of an entirely separate mall. This was just the main mall. Outside the mall were an assortment of other shops, a bookstore, a couple of restaurants and an Orion brewery that I'll have to visit. We walked in a ton of shops, I bought a super kawaii case for my new phone, and then we went to the food court where I consumed an unholy amount of ...
... Naval Hospital. She gave Terence and I a tour of the unit which was spanking brand new, very clean, 15 beds with gorgeous ocean views (I wish I were making this up). We sat and chit-chatted about logistics, work culture, etc. It was so nice to finally meet the wonderful person I had been emailing over the past few and I left DYING to get back to work. After a successful hospital trip, Terence and I finally went off base for the Blue Seal ice cream that I had been promised.
... week and me getting my SOFA license. If the weather reports are accurate, we'll be cooped up in the hotel probably for the remainder of the weekend unless miracles happen and we are assigned housing TODAY.
I am so ready for a house. I'm not even really picking about what it looks like so much as I hope it will be near/on Foster so I have close proximity to the Naval Hospital. It's PCS (permanent change of station) season and so many military members and ...
I needed to bring some papers up north with me to apply for a grant for my research. While up there, I figured I might as well make the drive worthwhile and check out the famous Okinawa Churaumi Aquarium. I am definitely glad I did. Located at the old Ocean Expo Park, the Okinawa Churaumi Aquarium is ...
... around you and tie off with little strings, then you pick up the other piece which is a premade bow and clip it to obi at the back. Yukata come as a set with a solid colored obi in many colors and patterns. Yukata are known as “free” style, and allow you to wear your hair however you like and can be paired with shoes as simple as flipflops. They are a very informal version of Kimono meant to be fun and enhance the festival