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If you want to sleep in, can't make it to the breakfast, you can exchange the voucher for lunch buffet (no extra charge)
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... from the 90s, and we had a light breeze on our side. We ran to the gym which was packed with late comers trying to get their late night work out in. After careful consideration, we realized we wouldn't be able to get a good work out in with a full gym, so we decided to just head home and try again the next day. I ran back to the house, up the giant hill that would bring me to Upper Foster and the cusp of our neighborhood. I wish I would have thought to take a ...
... of a Mazda. I hopped in the driver’s seat (on the right) and I was overcome with a rush of both fear and excitement… probably more fear, though. Terence so supportively reminded me that if I could drive to a MUSE concert in a manual jalopy in Northern France, that I could probably drive an automatic in Japan. He had a point, but my body hasn’t quite gotten used to everything being on the opposite side. We first drove to the Exchange to pick up a few necessities ...
... The orientation was about 7 hours long and composed of various speakers all informing us and warning us of the perils of island life. Some of it was interesting, some of it was very boring. Terence nodded off at least 8 times during the presentations. I was able to sign up for a new primary care manager (doctor) at the USNH and, AND, ANNNNNND I took the test for my driver's license and... well, let me backtrack.
Literally one week before I even had tickets ...
I needed to bring some papers up north with me to apply for a grant for my research. While up there, I figured I might as well make the drive worthwhile and check out the famous Okinawa Churaumi Aquarium. I am definitely glad I did. Located at the old Ocean Expo Park, the Okinawa Churaumi Aquarium is ...
... not understand most of what she was saying. The tour we took (required to see the area) started in the cafeteria area, which was awesomely located right in the nook of the largest partial cave. We saw plenty of stalagmites (and tites) in the cave. The tour was fun. We even saw a huge stalactite that is prayed to for fertility...you can probably guess why.
The area is also home to a lot of archeological discoveries, with research ...