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... the Chinese Empire or its prototypical states against intrusions by various nomadic groups or military incursions by various warlike peoples or forces.
... Snow Mountains in Yunnan province. The Baishui River is a tributary of the Yangtze River and part of the East China Sea watershed basin.
The weather was still dreary on Sunday when we arrived in Okinawa, the southernmost Japanese island.
Sightseeing was minimal. We were driven through the port city of Naha to Shuri Castle, which served various types of royalty until Okinawa became a Japanese prefecture in 1879.
But we weren't being shown a historical complex. It was a replica, and only about two decades old. Fires and wars destroyed ...
... it was time to head back to the room and get ready for dinner as tonight is formal night. We had a couple of photos taken before heading off to dinner in the dining room. After dinner we went to trivia and lost again. We then went to the show, the onboard singers and dancers doing a show called music in pictures. Show was done well but too many of the songs were very old and not much interest to us. Once the show was finished it was now nearly 9.30pm and time for ...
... big spa in the solarium, to relax. After about an hour, we went for a walk around the top deck and talked to both Katie and Sarah on the phone for 50 minutes. We then went back to the room and Darelle had a sleep while I updated the blog. Once Darelle woke up we got ready for dinner, then went up on the deck as we left Okinawa, then had a dance group and band there waving goodbye to us. We then went down to the promenade as they had a jungle theme ...
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