Club Med Kabira Beach
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... our fingers crossed. On reaching Le Lotus Bleu - our accommodation for the next seven nights we sigh with relief that we will NOT have to pack, unpack and pack again for a whole week - bliss. Le Lotus Bleu is a traditional wooden Japanese house that is over one hundred years old; it was originally built on the mainland and belonged to an eccentric Kimono maker . It was transported here over thirty years ago bit by bit ...
Ishigaki is the most southern city in Japan. Legislatively it is in the same group as the disputed (with China ) Senkaku Islands. That could explain the sight of 10 Japanese Coastguard boats when I opened the curtains this morning! It's a small island, you can circumnavigate it by car in 4 hours. It has lovely beaches, coral reefs, ...
... at right hand you will see the place with the specific front of the picture. Try the grill squid, the best I had in my life. The second is on the main road, not far from main bus station. Try the tuna fish, it's a sin. Bars, most of time we spend in the Banana Bar, it's at the end of the famous shopping street. When you are at the end, just look to your left and you will see it at the next corner. Try the cocktails, very delicious. Sorry no picture ...
... and made it on the flight as they were just closing the gates. Phew. When I arrived at the guesthouse in Ishigaki, I logged onto my credit card history and noticed that I had bought a ticket with another airline company! I had it in my mind that I was flying with Skymark - but my ticket was with ANA airlines!!! Such a rookie mistake!!! I practically bought 2 tickets for $50 to get here. I was so upset. It just seemed like something I would have done ...
... 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.