Yanbaru Kuina Lookout, Kunigami-son

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  • Here is no mean Hedo profile photos street scenery that Okinawa rail. As the Observatory should come try the Yanbaru Observatory well ~ I?
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  • Little village "at the northern end of Okinawa; side Cape Hedo (hedomisaki)" far fewer tourists. Say Okinawa rail Observatory on blog sites Yanbaru once saw me with interest Navi in the is based on activities using a rental car. Notice not only was submitted. As my wife and an eerie feeling and nobody in the Okinawa rail giant papier-mache stairs hugging the climbed. I visited earlier "edge Cape Hedo," no other landscape in places overgrown trees can be seen below it like jungle. If you go again: not anymore. It built this huge papier-mache on taxes? In Okinawa many wasteful use of such taxes.
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  • Well, yesterday's rain, Okinawa 6 days are sunny, 0 probability of precipitation and blessed with the weather perfect for outdoor activities. And today's "couple's trip around the Okinawa", have visited the island's northernmost perfect for outdoor activities. Earlier in the kunigami village bus side just the wife and I stopped at Cape Hedo's now enjoying views of the Cape. Are there tekuteku walk from this trek location en route, stop in to the Office. There is a lookout Okinawa rail. Left first, and less than 10 minutes, Cape since will be gone and have a narrow side street at walked road suddenly to the right larger curves and start straight skewed to the left. Going down with slope to the left on this road in the junction of the front right of the USA Beach remains complete and Oh, came into sight, on the hill that the Okinawa rail. 見遣tte pointed me towards wife Moko-Chan also delight! But from long distance and said Hey! Handy Google maps zoom prints and light to the lower-right measuring 400 meters long, but, hey. Okay, let's go anyway. After this trekking is one thing, and a little fast going by foot. And after a while, from behind a couple of white car go past. And they head to the Observatory. See smaller while watching the cars going into the curve, "I came here after being overtaken-' and MoCo gesture while singing, song of Mito Komon who don't know Chan guessed the meaning and burst into laughter. So, heh heh. I was overtaken by the rabbit tortoise went away we came after them I mean? Exactly! She's "the tortoise and the Hare". I have felt, say from the word behind the rabbit come to chase after the previous turtle? Old tales of Japan is the opposite of "rabbit and tortoise", but somewhere, I learned I learned in elementary school in Manhattan, I asked. So, let's see. Eh, the Hare and the tortoise is not Japan Western fairy tales? To!-and I was right. I thought Hello verify, Hajime's singing, I thought Japan's. One study. Moko-CHAN, thank you! Okinawa rail seemed small, the go down well, and makes louder and louder. Then downhill will soon end in the roof and the front of the palace like grave there comes into view. It is the same as the well came on the way to the Castle. A turtle shell back to the horseshoe-shaped wall fit caught a glimpse, and completely packed like a grave is not in sight. Well either way, thanks to a unique form of Okinawan tombs too scary and I don't. Make you feel beautiful rather than it is good. Now, under the pending include TOC, next's Hill.
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