Richmond Hotel Naha Kumoji
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Travel Blogs from Naha
... it was time to head back to the room and get ready for dinner as tonight is formal night. We had a couple of photos taken before heading off to dinner in the dining room. After dinner we went to trivia and lost again. We then went to the show, the onboard singers and dancers doing a show called music in pictures. Show was done well but too many of the songs were very old and not much interest to us. Once the show was finished it was now nearly 9.30pm and time for ...
... the promenade. This lasted for 15 minutes, so it was now time for dinner again. Dinner once again was nice. After dinner we went and had a couple of silly photos taken with Terry,Fay, John and Allison , then headed off and sat in the aquarium bar while we waited for the show to start. John Taylor the illusionist was the entertainer tonight. We had seen him before but still interesting to watch his show. By the time the show finished it was now 10pm and time for ...
... 160; We refueled from what has to be the world’s smallest avgas truck before heading to the airport for our quick turnaround night. It was a long day and after a dinner that dragged and beers that were too slow to get served, I was out quickly. Routing from Nagoya (RJNA) to Naha, Okinawa (ROAH): CUE V28 ASANO Y282 POPPY V53 SUC B597 ONC A582 NHC at 10,000’ and a flight time of ...
So please, forgive me haha.
I tried my best :P
It was a pleasant swim til noon.
Walked back to hostel for shower, which was when we found out that we were supposed to check out at 10am.
The owner tried to explain with her limited English. We tried to reason with our very ...
... 20m. We saw lots and lots of different types of coral fishes. There were many of them. All different colours, very pretty.
2 hours for lunch and then 2nd dive. We had Okinawa soba with braised pork (Yum!!) and went back to hostel to rest.
2nd dive was much better. I was much better at handling myself underwater. I remembered all the techniques I learned. They were ...