Okinawa International Food Festival

This is a delayed post due to being insanely busy with work and getting MARRIED! More on the marriage in my next post but I wanted to get this post out. Going to an international food festival in another country besides your own is weird because you end up eating food from home. I’ll start by saying all the food we tried was prepared perfectly! They had tacos, tequila, pizza, sandwiches, BBQ, hotdogs, hamburgers and craft beer. The turnout to the festival was massive and most of the venders sold out of food before the official closing time. Along with food they had vendors selling crafts and a traditional island dance group performing. The weather here hasn’t been the best lately, cold and rainy mostly, but for the festival the sun came out and the water was perfect to look at. Learning more about the culture and language of Okinawa is actually coming faster to me than I thought it would. Friendliest and most respectful area I have lived in, they not only respect you as person but also the environment and others personal property.

 

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