Renaissance Okinawa Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... was a panko fried cutlet of beef, pork, chicken, anything. One week of veggies only, and we will survive.
Sometimes I think I've adjusted to the time difference, and then sometimes I sleep for 12 hours straight. That's all I did on Tuesday.
When I did wake up, I felt like the laziest person in the entire world so of course I made Terence go on a run with me... at 8pm. It was just getting dark, the temperature had finally ...
... time describing what it looks like and I’ll attach some video/pictures. Basically, we love it.
We ended up going back to Kadena anyway to get the correct set of keys, and we thanked the maintenance guy who had let us in. After we got back to the Westpac, we decided to see about renting a car. That’s when everything became way too real.
After a quick chit-chat, I forked over my brand new SOFA license, we exchanged some cash, and I found myself the ...
... Then I made the insanely long journey back to the Westpac which was an additional 3 miles away, and perched on another hill (Upper Foster).
Basically I walked about 6.5 miles which was kind of cool but also very hot and painful.
Wednesday was boring and wonderful at the same time. It was Newcomer's Orientation Day and we had to report to the community center at 0730. Terence got off of work and was adamant about joining me ...
... 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 ...
... cave/river system in the dense forests of Okinawa (what the Island use to look like before Urbanization and wars). There are many caves but the entire valley is said to have been formed when a huge cave collapsed hundreds to thousands of years ago. The system was named “Gangala” because it is suppose to represent the sound made when you throw stones into the caves. This story was fun to hear by our Japanese tour guide, even if ...