Petit Resort Nakadoma Inn
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... and failed to win anything in the claw games. We had a good time and then we peaced out.
We then went to San A, a local grocery store mega mart, I picked up some rice and curry roux, and we headed home so I could make a vegetarian lunch (we're on a vegetarian kick right now).It was my very first time making curry and I decided to use carrots, onion, bok choy and tofu. I'm a little shocked but it came out perfectly edible-- not too spicy, very filling, all it ...
... house; an end unit townhome in a multiplex of four, and I excitedly filmed Terence putting the keys into the door of our first place when we soon realized that we had been bamboozled— they gave us the wrong keys to our unit. We were both pretty annoyed considering that a cab ride to Kadena wasn’t cheap and we’d have to shell out cash, yet again, to go get the correct keys. To our great luck, one of the maintenance guys took pity on us and let us into our unit.
... mimosa. Terence ordered the Pork Curry Noodles. All of our food came out pretty quickly and I was so impressed with how delicious everything was and how friendly the staff were. We are definitely making Kupu Kupu a regular thing!
After breakfast, we walked to American Village. I had read about American Village online and had heard it was a touristy area with plenty of things to do. We passed by a movie theater, a bowling alley, a ton of restaurants and shops, but ...
... Japan is known infamously for whaling and marine overfishing, I was impressed with this Aquarium and their apparent goals of education and conservatism. They even talked some about the geology of coral reefs and had limestone examples. Definitely a place to check out if you ever find yourself in ...
... my friends and me to wear some of her silk Kimono when we visited her home for a Tea Ceremony lesson. I feel extremely fortunate to have been given that chance! I may never have that chance again.
One of my goals here in Japan is to see and wear any type of Kimono at every chance that presents itself! I have a sincere aim to buy an authentic Kimono and obi that will always remind me of my time here, and the striking, lavish and vivid beauty of the tradition in Japan. ...