We managed to get the entire team together for our team getaway to Okinawa, Naha.
Not all team members can make the trips; some have other arrangements that clash, so it was great that everybody could go this time.
It's our third time back here within the past six months, but we can't get enough of Okinawa! Since corona, I haven't been able to take the team overseas, so Okinawa is the next best thing - the tropical climate, architecture, and food make it feel like we have left Japan, but we get the convenience of using the same currency, language and cell phones :-)
We charted a boat for the team again for a day of marine sports which was awesome. A few team members have already evolved some Kevin Costner Waterworld abilities, it seems :-)
About Okinawa per Google.
Okinawa is a Japanese prefecture comprising more than 150 islands in the East China Sea between Taiwan and Japan's mainland. It's known for its tropical climate, broad beaches and coral reefs, as well as World War II sites. On the largest island (also named Okinawa) is Okinawa Prefectural Peace Memorial Museum, commemorating a massive 1945 Allied invasion, and Churaumi Aquarium, home to whale sharks and manta rays.
Photos from other field trips can be found in the Keep Calm and travel with a Smart Doll section.