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WTF Facts : funny, interesting & weird facts----Used to live on Okinawa, don't remember a lot about the native people there.

Okinawa Is Set to Overtake Hawaii in Visitor Numbers  An aquarium in Okinawa. Okinawa is on track to surpass Hawaii in popularity with inbound visitors. Adam Skowronski / Flickr  Skift Take: Okinawa is benefiting from an overall boost in tourism to Japan which broke a new visitation record this year. But Hawaii hotels may have also priced themselves out of many travelers' budgets.   Sean O'Neill  For decades Hawaii has outshone Okinawa as an island destination for tourists. That looks like…

Okinawa Is Set to Overtake Hawaii in Visitor Numbers An aquarium in Okinawa. Okinawa is on track to surpass Hawaii in popularity with inbound visitors. Adam Skowronski / Flickr Skift Take: Okinawa is benefiting from an overall boost in tourism to Japan which broke a new visitation record this year. But Hawaii hotels may have also priced themselves out of many travelers' budgets. Sean O'Neill For decades Hawaii has outshone Okinawa as an island destination for tourists. That looks like…

Jiovanni Allens tribute to George B. Willie Sr. one of the Navajo Code Talkers who saved the US Marines at Iwo Jima and throughout World War II. Thank you for the kind permission to repost. We say farewell & Rest Easy to a wonderful man who served his country in a time when it needed him even though he didn't know it at the time. George B. Willie Sr. volunteered to protect Ne-he-mah which in #Navajo translates literally to "our mother" & was the term designated for 'America' in #NavajoCode…

Jiovanni Allens tribute to George B. Willie Sr. one of the Navajo Code Talkers who saved the US Marines at Iwo Jima and throughout World War II. Thank you for the kind permission to repost. We say farewell & Rest Easy to a wonderful man who served his country in a time when it needed him even though he didn't know it at the time. George B. Willie Sr. volunteered to protect Ne-he-mah which in #Navajo translates literally to "our mother" & was the term designated for 'America' in #NavajoCode…

SLAVES, EX-SLAVES, and CHILDREN OF SLAVES IN THE AMERICAN SOUTH, 1860 -1900 (7) | by Okinawa Soba (Rob)

The children of slaves at “Uncle Gabriel’s Cabin,” 1860 Once “freed”, many of the former slaves and their children had no where to go and continued living on the property of their former slave masters.— at South Carolina.

Starbucks, Okinawa, Japan on Kokusai Street. I saw this during a parade. It's amazing how many Starbucks are acutally out here

Starbucks, Okinawa, Japan on Kokusai Street. It's amazing how many Starbucks are acutally out here

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