|Along the waterfront on Henza Island|
There are four small islands on the Pacific side of Okinawa that are accessible by bridges. Today we visited each of the four. Baby Olive and her parents got to cool their heels in the pristine Pacific, and we also had a really good meal at restaurant called Nuch-Masu which was connected to a salt factory. (There are stores on Okinawa that sell many varieties of salt, and I have even had some wonderful salt ice cream.)
|Older Japanese women loved Baby Olive - everywhere|
|Let me hold that baby!|
|Mama took her shoes off!|
|My bath is wet too. What's the big deal?|
|Hold me, Daddy. That water's cold!|
|Hey, Mama. Look at all those shells!|
|Ah, a little shade!|
|Daddy bought Doritos at the beach. He called them|
|The primary purpose of this beach bus appeared to be|
to shade the big dog that was sleeping under it!
|That's where Daddy bought the Japanitos!|
|Two more Japanese women ogling Baby Olive. These|
young ladies were vacationing from Tokyo.
|At the Nuch-Masu Restaurant and Salt Factory|
on Miyagi Island.
|Restaurant manager holds Olive.|
|Scenic overlook outside of restaurant|
|Pacific Ocean from overlook|
|Let me have some of that hair!|