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- Swimming pool
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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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... have pinky-sworn it into life.
Now of course I have a ton of things planned for the rest of this month but I'm just playing catch up on my blogging so I don't far too too far behind.
Let's see... where did I leave off?
The first stop on our multi week tour started with one of Terence's requests. We drove into Naha to go to a mega thrift store called Manga Souko. Terence had already been and he could not stop talking about it ...
Just to help acclimate you all with how things are here, I figured I would go for a nice job and bring my phone. Took tons of pictures around town so you have an idea of what it looks like here (since lets face it, I don't think anyone is coming for a visit). Enjoy! Explanations are in the ...
... states as names so we left Schwab and pulled up to this innocuous looking building that was tucked away on a side street in the suburbs. The area was deserted. We walked into the restaurant and were greeted by a friendly Japanese husband and wife who were behind the bar. The interior was Texas steakhouse meets country pool hall chic; dark walls, very warm and inviting. We were the only customers so settled into the bar and ordered two of the Texas sirloin specials.
Often with lots to do on my weekends that isn't related to work (finding a job, publishing more work, planning my next travels, updating this blog), or because of typhoons and rainy weather in the forecast, going up north for exploring is not always appearing. Therefore, John (my American friend in my lab and with the same position as I) and I decided one Sunday afternoon to check ...
... the Kouri bridge a bit more, had a yummy mango juice and then went back through some of those small islands and up to this mountain overlook of the area for some stunning views. I also tried the local drink specialty, a sort of lime fruit only found here.
Finally, I drove back towards the University. On the way back, I had a nice stop at Todoroki Waterfall. It was easy to get to and surprisingly very ...