Naha Staycation Part 1


This past weekend, we went for an impromptu last minute mini-break to Naha. Even though we've now been living in Okinawa for 10 months, i've still spent no time in Naha (the airport doesn't count right?). I'm not really sure why, because it's the biggest city in Okinawa (and I love cities!), and it's only a 45 minute drive away.

We splurged on the Hyatt Regency (because I LOVE a fancy hotel), and it didn't disappoint. By the time we got to Naha after work, it was already 7pm, so we parked out car in one of those futuristic carparks where your car goes into a garage, door closes and car disappears to the abyss, then quickly dropped our stuff in our room and headed out to dinner. We went to an absolutely amazing vegan place called Ukishima Garden, which i will do a separate post on, because it was some of the best food i've had in Okinawa. 

Where does the car go?
Our room
The next morning we woke up to beautiful weather and lovely views of the Naha skyline. G loved sitting in the window and staring out at all the buildings. We then decided to splurge again, and go down to the hotel buffet breakfast. I was highly amused by the sign for something called Eggslut, however i've now been advised that it wasn't a case of Engrish translation, but it's actually a thing! Who knew! I'll be posting a couple more installments of our mini stay-cation this week so stay tuned!

Good Morning Naha
Even Phoebe the cat was enjoying the view

Apparently Eggslut is a thing?
It was not good....

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  1. LOL on the Eggslut, what was it? just an egg in the cup or did it have something else in the cup?

    1. It was like a steamed egg with some sort of meaty sauce layer under it. It didn't taste good....

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  3. The Eggslut literally looks like a, basically, raw egg in a cup. Gross! Good for you for trying it thought. :)

    1. It wasn't good. It was super runny (and I usually like runny eggs)..... I basically had one taste then put it to the side...

  4. Stacations are always nice, and sometimes desperately needed. I'm glad you all got away and enjoyed it!