Mikeneko Garden

Address: 224-24 Toyohara, Nago, Okinawa Prefecture, Kyushu-Okinawa, 905-2172, Japan | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Nago

Autumn on the Island

A travel blog entry by angielajolie123 on Sep 01, 2015

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... salt, plain sea salt, etc. etc. I opted for the hibiscus salt and shook it all over my ice cream. The result was... interesting. The salt itself was pink, but tasted just like any other salt. On top of the ice cream, it was tasty, and I wolfed it down entirely too quickly.

With a happy tummy and tired of all the walking, we returned to our car, and back home to scheme up our next adventure.

This weekend is the Eisa Festival here in Okinawa. There will ...

My view on an afternoon jog

A travel blog entry by dweinstein on Aug 27, 2015

45 photos

Just to help acclimate you all with how things are here, I figured I would go for a nice job and bring my phone. Took tons of pictures around town so you have an idea of what it looks like here (since lets face it, I don't think anyone is coming for a visit). Enjoy! Explanations are in the ...

Week Four: Getting Comfy in Paradise

A travel blog entry by angielajolie123 on Aug 14, 2015

32 photos

... wedges I've had from anywhere-- in Okinawa.

When we finished our cute little lunch and I drove us back to Schwab.

AND FINALLY, on a rainy Friday evening, Terence finally purchased the new television he had been waiting for.

It's gorgeous, sitting happily in our little barren living room, and the picture is absolutely stunning. We are now in the process of getting it all set up so we can have a relaxing Netflix night. That's all I have. ...

Shurijo Castle

A travel blog entry by dweinstein on Aug 09, 2015

1 comment, 34 photos

... destroyed when the Japanese put all their soldiers here in WW2 to avoid invasion of the main islands. One of the most iconic places was Shurijo Castle, an important palace of the Ryukyu Kingdom. It was likely used as a castle starting in 1322 and was used as residence by the king of of Ryukyu, and was one of the main Ryukyu centers for foreign trade, and cultural and ...

Week Three: Absolutely Amazed

A travel blog entry by angielajolie123 on Aug 07, 2015

24 photos

... furniture and we went back to American Village instead. This time we were able to fully appreciate all of the cute little shops, the restaurants, and SEGA, of course.

At SEGA I made Terence participate in a Japanese photo booth with me. Here, the photo booths are an experience: lots of fun and kind of ridiculous. For roughly 3 bucks, you get to choose your giant booth and theme. We settled on one (of the ten), declined paying extra for costumes, and ...