Club Med Kabira Beach
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Lazy beach day! WE DID: We borrowed bikes from our hotel and cycled to the Maezato beach (in front of the ANA hotel), where we rented a parasol and chairs and settled down (in the shade) for some companionable kindle time. We did take a dip in the sea to cool down a bit later but the water was so warm it wasn't that effective! James cycled to the supermarket late morning to get some lunch and we picnicked on the beach before some more relaxed time ...
... morphed into panicking about the imminent typhoon (due to hit the island the day we're supposed to be flying to Okinawa), stress-eating our worries away and catching up on junk TV WE ATE: - katsudon: a pork and rice dish with a cooked egg on top - local speciality ice creams: Ishigaki beer flavour ice cream (James) and brown sugar and peanut ice cream (Millie) - sata andagi: ...
... out of the sun WE ATE: - Ishigaki beef nigiri (the island is famous for its beef) WE LOVED: - the moment we jumped into the bus without a clue what was going on or even where it was going #islandlife - pretending to understand the guide on the water buffalo cart, even when he handed around lyrics in kanji and asked us to ...
... lunch (Okinawan ramen) prepared on the spot at the top of the waterfall looking over the bay - trek back down through the jungle followed by a final kayak back to the minibus, then ferry back to Ishigaki - after a quick freshen up and change at the hotel we cycled to the nearest beach via the supermarket and had a picnic on the beautiful empty beach WE LOVED: Everything! One of the best days so ...
... print shirt - he's one shell necklace away from becoming a resident! WE ATE: - the most amazing 400g burger! WE LOVED: - being given iced hand towels (o-shibori) at a restaurant instead of the usual heated ones as it was such a hot day - sinking our toes into the white sand at the ...