Toyoko Inn Naha Asahi-bashi Ekimae
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... than the colored layers came next.
This was the layer that was most visible, but was always topped with a Karaginu,
or “Chinese style coat”. The Karaginu was the piece that had multiple colors of
intricate embordery that could include flowers, dragonflies, geometric patterns
or family symbols. The Karaginu stops short at the waist. To complete the Junihitoe, a beautifully pure white embossed train was affixed to the back ...
... for them.
My dancing in it had started out as a joke. I was assigned blue team, so I followed my students who wore blue headbands to an empty space in the middle of the school. I guess you could call it a courtyard, but there it's just concrete and brick. My job was to just watch. Supervise. Make sure no one got hurt and if they did, help them to the nurse. That's it. For the next two weeks, everyday for two and a half hours my job would be to watch the girls dance on ...
I sucked it up and chose to go to Tokashiki Island after all. It was overcast the whole day. I had a full breakfast and packed lots of food, because I had to eat all of it up. Today was a shorter day thankfully. A slower, but not any smoother ferry left an hour later and came back an hour earlier than the one yesterday. This island seemed to be more civilized, but everything was located along the perimeter. I chose to rent a Honda Today moped over ...
... water site for comparison).
For my other project (mapping out the deep reefs in a specific set area on the western coast here), I am still having trouble getting the data I need from the coast guard (underwater sound wave reflections, telling me the depth of all areas and allowing me to interpret possible bottom structures like reefs, sand patches, bare bedrock, etc.). The good news is a LOT of people really like my plan and ...
I now have a cold. The hot weather is masking some of my symptoms. I pushed myself out the door at 8:30 am to catch the fast ferry to Aka Island. For the first 30 minutes of the ferry ride, it took all of my energy not to vomit. I don't have the strongest stomach, and being sick almost pushed me over the edge. I remembered to consciously breathe to regain my composure. Holding it back took more concentration than ...