There were all kinds of photo ops for us at the park, where we also learned a lot about Okinawa's culture and history.
After our kimono photo shoot, we caught a traditional Okinawa performance.
Olivia was not too excited about getting an up close view of the performance, as you may see in this video:
Later in the evening, we had dinner to celebrate Benny's 30th birthday and then went out for karaoke in a private room.
The following day, we went to an Asa drumming festival. We saw many groups of various ages performing all down the street, which was really cool.
But the best part about being in Okinawa was spending time with Benny, Michelle and Olivia and getting a taste of what life in Japan is like for them. Olivia is just too cute, and running around all over the place. It's a bummer we don't get to see them more often, but what a great experience they've had living in Japan the last couple of years.
Thanks V-Team for being awesome hosts, and Andrea for joining me on this trip! I will always treasure the memories from this adventure!