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Ishigaki「石垣島」: Fusaki Resort Village「府先リゾートビレッジ」

Fusaki Resort Village is one of those places that look very nice, but we never stay at. Conveniently located near a bus stop, it suited our Yonehara-Kabira route perfectly. Because nothing can be better than some tropical sunset chill, after a day of snorkeling and walking, right?

Even though you are not resident, it is perfectly fine to go to the beach and sit for a while. Beautiful scenery, sipping a local drink as you let your legs hang over the pristine sea.

Obviously, there was no wine at the combini (and no lounge bar - bummer) so I had to try the local mango drink. One sip. I could not swallow more. There is something between drinks-that-are-not-red-wine and me, that does't work, at all.

Still. Not even this cute-looking-awful-tasting thing could ruin the experience.

The Love Boat, Japanese style.


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