Petit Resort Nakadoma Inn
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... oh, did I mention the 20 knot + gusty cross winds! When a controller says exit to the left on W4 just as you are 5 feet above landing and trying not to weather cock to the right guess what happens - you look left, the plane turns left... Took a bit of correcting, even a squeak of the tyres... Grrrr. But on reflection just reinforces one of the corner stones of our training - Aviate, Navigate, Communicate. ...
On the way to Chatan we stopped at Terukina Sensei's Shanshin school. He received the award as national treasure a few years ago. Then we continued north to the Okinawan National Performing Hall. It is a theater to see, with rotating and floating runways and center stage platforms all controlled quietly and electronically. The backstage it amazing, equipped with individual and group dressing rooms, showers and close ...
Okinawan National Performing Arts Hall was funded by the government to create a venue for the production of traditional Kumiodori, the refined entertainment for the royal court and the highest form of hospitality for entertaining Chinese Inaugural envoys. It is known to be the most elaborate and modern theatrical structure in Japan. It is still used for the original Kumiodori but also drama, music and ...
... are buried together. The rituals are quite involved and interesting.
Tsushima-maru Memorial Museum:
No photos from here. The story of this ship is a story of war not peace. The lives of 1484 evacuees including 775 children were taken as an American submarine destroyed what they believed was a cargo ship taking supplies to Japan. Instead it was a cargo ship carrying mostly children to safety from Okinawa where the Battle of Okinawa raged to ...
... Pineapple Park. We hopped in our sunny yellow Fit and drove 45 minutes to Nago City and pulled up to the cheesy Pineapple-y front of the Nago Pineapple Park. We paid our entrance fees (IN YEN) and were granted admittance to the park. I'm not really sure what I was expecting but the interior was a little drab, old and neglected. It's as if the park opened up two decades ago and the humidity and rainy had eaten away at the wooden areas of the park leaving behind a moldy ...