Toyoko Inn Naha Omoromachi Station-Mae
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Well when we got there, the entrance fee was literally just an entrance fee. Additional fees are needed to e.g. watch the dance show, or take part in sewing class. The town was actually much smaller than I expected. One walk around took only 1 hour.
Seriously not worth coming.
Don't even waste your time or your petrol coming here.
Last day @ Zamami.
Check out would be at 3pm so we walked to Ama beach to do some snorkeling. Apparently there are sea turtles there!!!
It was a nice short 20 minutes walk and we arrived to the amazing Ama beach. Water was very clear and since we were quite early like 10am, there were only very few people there. We got our snorkels, camera, and out we went into the crystal ...
Diving day today!!!
We need a big breakfast to make sure we have all the energy!!
The hostel prepared us a gorgeous breakfast set.
The breakfast tray was filled with many tinny plates, each contains a small amount of something e.g. one has a bite size orange, one filled with several pieces of pickles and even one plate just for a packet of seaweed. The whole thing just looks so ...
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(All these symbols popped in my head)
"I thought you knew?" He said.
Well, obviously I didn't think about that. Then I gave up cycling. It was way too hot, way too steep, and the bike was way too heavy. Ended up we were pushing our bikes to the observatory.
Arrived. 40 minutes later. Exhausted.
Luckily it was worth it.
The view was ...
... the view. It was remarkable to see with the entire 360 degree view, there were only blue sky and navy ocean!!!
Literally the only colour that were in my vision was blue, and bits of white. It's so peaceful.
(And seriously, we were in the middle of no where!! Haha.)
On our way to Zamami we also saw cloudburst, which ...