Renaissance Okinawa Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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The company I worked here before, organised everything for us, including the stay in a hotel during our time.
For three days, I changed my bike to a chefs uniform, that was at least something in exchange I could give them for their generosity.
Today I did a little tour on the bike with a friend from here, I used to run ...
We spent most of the 3rd day preparing for our wedding shoot that was to be held the next day.. We woke up early in the morning, had brekkie (we love Japanese hotels' sumptuous brekkies with jap rice, curry, miso soup etc!) at the hotel and went to search for the flower shops located around our hotel area. Chanced upon a "Chinese Garden" in the area beside a park with many Caucasian tourists were having a lunch picnic and went in to take a ...
... like "si-AH!" (Meaning die-AH in hokkien) haha! After the parade, we roamed around the market streets in Kokusai.. Bought freshly sliced bonito flakes! Bought some local products, and even visited the wet market and ate sashimi and more bittergourd (Goya) on the second floor of the wet market. We went to a small restaurant with small tatami eating rooms near our hotel for dinner. We had mostly bbq meat on sticks, and the toro tuna sashimi was superb la!! We actually order two servings of ...
... luggages (all the photoshoot stuff!) all the way to the monorail station located just beside the domestic flight terminal.. And the luggage was so heavy, and my nails so dry I actually tore my nail bed skin and it was bleeding so much and I didn't notice it till I was at the monorail station! -.-" The monorail was quite small (like Punggol's) and it was SO crowded! We had a hard time squeezing past the crowd and out the train's exit when ...
... head on every low doorway. Dave's love of Shinkansen (bullet trains) had him quickly rise to become the Train Master.
Paul (Me): Along for the ride and cultural experience, being the only person with a camera, I was the Photo Master, responsible for documenting our trip through the lens of my Lumix TZ40.
It's a Wash
The rest of the trip was a bit of a wash. I had plans to go into Naha to visit a Pacific War museum but the ...