Club Med Kabira Beach
Travel Blogs from Ishigaki
... 10 for a towel, and $10 for a tube!! $6 for a shaved ice. It's so ridiculously expensive. It's been quite a shock, even for a repeated visitor. Despite the beauty of this island, Okinawa is definitely far from a backpacking potential. And what's more disturbing is that I recently lost $50 :'( A few days ago, I was at an airport trying to check into a domestic flight to Ishigaki island. I had about 45 minutes before the flight departure. When I walked up to ...
... attraction which my mum and I enjoyed together in the island. Interestingly, the buffalo knew the route, although a guide was on the car. He stopped a few times on the way, but walked without the guide's directions. After the ride, a staff kindly took a picture of us with the buffalo. That was a nice experience. They also gave us a free ride to the ferry port. Because we had nothing to do in the island, we headed back to Ishigaki Island to spend some time until our flight time.
... spend an hour or so. Because it was very hard to spot a wild Iriomote cat, the museum was worth visiting to see a stuffed Iriomote cat. After that, we drove south without thinking about our destination. Fortunately, it was getting clear. So we headed for Hamieda Beach. My mum didn't get out of the car, but I strolled around the beach for a while and that was fantastic. Here, I saw a British couple who I saw in Painu Maya and would see them in the Nakamagawa River Cruise ...
... the right time. Then we headed north to Tamatorizaki Lookout. Although we had to walk a little bit to the lookout, a view from there was wonderful. I thought my mum couldn't walk to the lookout, but she walked all the way with some breaks. On the way, some hibiscus were blooming. Then we drove to Hirakubozaki Lookout at the north tip of Ishigaki Island. A view from there was also gorgeous and we had lunch on the steps to the lighthouse. ...
... i only had a few hours before the bus to Kabira. of course, i went in the wrong direction.
i was delighted (and slightly dismayed as i now had cash) to find the local "market" was right next door to the post office. full of kitschy touristy stuff i merely looked around and managed to escape without purchasing. next stop was the supermarket where a variety of unhealthy goods (milk tea and buns!) were purchased to consume over the next few days. A &W ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet