Bird Show Is a Must See
On the first visit to this attraction, I forgot all about the bird show advertised on TV.
So, a week later, the second trip to Neo Park was made.
At the ticket counter, the gal told me 11:00 and 14:30 were the showtimes.
With an hour to kill, I wandered around and spotted this brilliantly colored bird.
After returning home, I found out this bird is an endangered species.
Four or five different birds were displayed, flying from one handler to another.
They fly low, so close to the audience, I thought someone might get hit in the head.
Now, I know why they insisted I sit down on a bench to take photos.
It was so hot and humid (that day) one raptor refused to cooperate and stayed in a tree!
Someday, I'll go back and get better photos, when the light is right and it's cooler outside.
It closed for two days due to the typhoon but, Google Maps wasn't notified.
Also, Neo Park has an Instagram Photo Contest you may want to check out.
The website may be switched to the English language for information.
Obon in Okinawa Is Here Now Without the Eisa
This is the first year (I can think of) that Eisa got canceled during Obon.
So, I blew a wad of money to get a children's book, to take home.
Inside, you'll discover it has English, Japanese, and Uchinaguchi (Okinawan dialect).
But, my favorite part is this:
Open some of the pages (wide) and the Eisa characters pop-up in your house!
If, you can't find the book at a local gift shop, Google It.
Well, I have things to do. Happy September and stay safe during this typhoon.