Toyoko Inn Naha Asahi-bashi Ekimae
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... first time in over a week! When we got home, I made sautéed cabbage to go with our japanese rice and we hung out on our couch (air mattress) before I took Terence to work. Yet another blissfully lazy day.
Nothing of note. But....
We shoved way too many things into one single day. I'm sitting here early on Friday morning killing time before I'm forced to go out in the outer ring of Typhoon Soudelor. We're in TCCOR ...
... height: normal; font-family: Helvetica; -webkit-text-stroke-color: rgb(0, 0, 0); -webkit-text-stroke-width: initial;">A small order of fries (that tasted better than McDonald’s fries— true story)
... thing we saw that day was SEGA. The SEGA arcade was the equivalent of a Dave & Busters but so much cooler and Japanese. We vowed to return at some point. When we got outside, I realized that it had started raining. The rain here is magic. The rain is so light initially that you can't really see it. Not only that, when you're walking through it, it feels like you're walking through a misting fan at a theme park. Oh, and it's usually pretty windy so it's sideways ...
... and chance of a hot shower in the village at a guesthouse where he was doing some work also, also some other guests at the campsite were great people including a very talented guy called Zin who spent his days on the beach and campsite doing some pretty impressive oil painting and a really nice French family that were very pleasant , the ladies were half Japanese and I discussed many aspects of Japan life, one ladies husband had been on some ...
... 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 ...