Vessel hotel Ishigaki Island
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Waking up to overcast skies and showers the next morning we head off in our hire car for a tour around the island. David managed to hire the car, understand the salesman who spoke no English whatsoever, and even decipher the Japanese writing on the dashboard. It's surprising what one can do when one has to.
Heading off around the island in the pouring rain, we stop off at a few scenic ...
... bougainvillaea, sugar cane etc. all you would expect from a sub tropical island plus a lot if rice paddies. We spent the day exploring the island. First off was Yaima Village, nestled in the hillside it was a tourist village designed to show off various aspects of Ishigaki life in the early 1900s. A fisherman's cottage, the Chief's ...
... Okinawa town Taketomi. Don't forgot sun blocker, you are very close to the equator. And now something negative, the Habu (Box) Jellyfish. It is not the same kind as the deathly one from Australia, but still it is very dangerous. Depends of the transparent color the medusa is nearly invisible. The tentacles can be up to 2m long. The season starts in June and goes till end of September, mid October. Most of hotel and public beaches are protected by ...
... 10 for a towel, and $10 for a tube!! $6 for a shaved ice. It's so ridiculously expensive. It's been quite a shock, even for a repeated visitor. Despite the beauty of this island, Okinawa is definitely far from a backpacking potential. And what's more disturbing is that I recently lost $50 :'( A few days ago, I was at an airport trying to check into a domestic flight to Ishigaki island. I had about 45 minutes before the flight departure. When I walked up to ...
... attraction which my mum and I enjoyed together in the island. Interestingly, the buffalo knew the route, although a guide was on the car. He stopped a few times on the way, but walked without the guide's directions. After the ride, a staff kindly took a picture of us with the buffalo. That was a nice experience. They also gave us a free ride to the ferry port. Because we had nothing to do in the island, we headed back to Ishigaki Island to spend some time until our flight time.