Super Hotel Naha Shintoshin
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... I am SO excited to finally be getting my own set of wheels. I also can't wait to show you what we ended up buying. On Saturday, we're supposed to be going to either a party called "Retro Saturday" at the Ocean Breeze OR a beach luau party at Torii Station. This will be the first time we, as a couple, are "going out" on the town. I'm hoping we'll have a little fun this weekend and hopefully I'll meet some people and make a friend.
Hope everyone has a great weekend!
... I are utterly exhausted. He had to work last night so he got off work and only got an hour nap. Poor thing is now snoring next to me. We got so much stuff done today. For the sake of brevity I’ll list instead of describe:
- We finally checked out of the Westpac. Finally.
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... Then I made the insanely long journey back to the Westpac which was an additional 3 miles away, and perched on another hill (Upper Foster).
Basically I walked about 6.5 miles which was kind of cool but also very hot and painful.
Wednesday was boring and wonderful at the same time. It was Newcomer's Orientation Day and we had to report to the community center at 0730. Terence got off of work and was adamant about joining me ...
... pretty hectic ferry ride (fastest ferry ride I've been on, it seemed to spend half the time in the air!) I arrived in Zamami, this was more the Okinawa I had in mind, blue seas, small town it looked good, on enquiring at the information centre in the port I was told all accommodation was fully booked but there was a campground nearby where you could rent tents so I headed off and was pleasantly surprised as the campsite is about 20 yards from a ...
... cave/river system in the dense forests of Okinawa (what the Island use to look like before Urbanization and wars). There are many caves but the entire valley is said to have been formed when a huge cave collapsed hundreds to thousands of years ago. The system was named “Gangala” because it is suppose to represent the sound made when you throw stones into the caves. This story was fun to hear by our Japanese tour guide, even if ...