I drove 45 minutes from Camp Foster toward the Tamagusuku Castle Ruins, a landmark for the course. I parked the car near the castle ruins and walked a few minutes until I reached a red arrow sign with the wording “Adventure Walk.”
For Japanese, Guam is one of the most popular overseas tourism and wedding destinations. As of 2019, nearly 700,000 Japanese residents visited the island, totaling at about 40 percent of all visitors each year.
Ah! The aroma of fresh coffee in the early morning forest air. The first slow sip before my friends wake up. I take a deep breath while surveying our campsite surroundings – the trees, river and rolling hills. Nothing beats camping!
To stroll the bustling maze of tiny stalls in Makishi Kosetsu Ichiba food market is to embrace Okinawa’s food culture. The combination of seafood, tropical fruit and fresh meat smells float in the air. The enthusiasm of local vendors hawking their wares adds spice to the experience.
Sushi, tempura, savory okonomiyaki – there are so many yummy Japanese foods you won’t want to miss during your stay. “Hashi” or chopsticks are an indispensable tool when you sample these local specialties.
I know we can all get stressed out every day. Swamped with emails, dealing with phone calls, juggling smart phones, tablets and facing endless responsibilities both at work and home can do that to a person.