This photo is the view, I saw, June 22, 2014 as I was leaving the Kerama Islands.
Today is sort of a national holiday in this part of the world.
Years ago, it was called Marine Day.
These days, Umi no Hi, Ocean Day or Sea Day are the proper titles.
Government institutions, schools and banks are all closed, for the holiday.
But, regular folks, like construction workers, are still out in the hot sun, doing what they do.
With the busy summer schedule, I thought I might post some handy links.
It seems, these holidays sneak up on me and catch me off guard, regularly.
After talking with the wife, over breakfast, I realized why the beach was so busy last night.
People were camping overnight with their families, because they don't have work today.
Learn more about Marine Day at Office Holidays.
To see all the holidays, celebrated in Japan, visit Japanese Holidays.
It's time for me to pack up the cameras and go celebrate Umi no Hi with some friends.
Ridea, is back in town, playing at a Live House !
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