Ryukyu Sun Royal Hotel
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... Kimono is the Junihitoe (“12
layered robe”). When you see old paintings and Japenese artworks of court
ladies or Empresses, they are most likely donning a Junihote. These Kimonos
were 12 layers and reserved for the elite. Depending upon the time of day or
season, some layers might be removed for comfort, but nearly around the clock
(because some women even slept in them), the Junihote was complete. A few ankle
And so went my lessons for nearly two weeks, everyday after school, with the same 4 girls, in whatever empty space we could find, whether it was a hall way, creepy unused classroom, or my ESS club's place that could almost pass for a closet. The school was alive from 6:00am to 8:00pm with students making pom poms from colored plastic wrapping, boys running through jump ropes as fast as they can, and girls synchronized dancing in every corner. My students, dressed ...
... returned The Silver Bullet back to its post and got on the ferry. During the walk back from the port I stopped by a supermarket and was unsuccessful in finding cold medication. However, I did find Placenta (see picture). I made the last of the food, packed, and got ready for my departure tomorrow. I did laundry like a pro too. As soon as I get the hang of something, it's time to move on to the next place. Two flights and multiple trains await me ...
... sunset. We then stopped at the new SUPERMALL on the Island so I could get some new shoes (they had few in my size as they really do have small feet here) and then getting some yummy Thai food at the food court. All in all, it was a pretty awesome day.
Hope your enjoying the blog. Next week I venture to Hong Kong and then to Taiwan so it will be some time before my next posting, but those should be pretty epic!
... yesterday. I eventually settled down and actually managed to nodded off. Once I got to Aka Island, I booked a small boat ride to Zamami Island for later in the afternoon. It was 300 yen for the 15 minute ride. A fast ferry would take me back to Tomari Port/Naha. I rented a bike again. This one had seen better days. Anything ferrous will rust here. I rode the bike to Nishibama Beach. It would have been a 20 minute ...