On the way to the other side of the island, found an interesting looking cafe sign.
Rustic walkway down to the cafe.
Arrived at a small cafe with well-polished wooden counters. Great aromatic coffee was served in a homely mug with fluffy soft brown sugar. Loved the colour tone of the mug and the sugar pot, with lacquered red teaspoons.
Million dollar views from the window. This cafe was run by former regular customers of the cafe. The original cafe owner had opened another shop in town and decided to close down this cafe. But the ladies, who served the cafe that day, loved the place so much that they volunteered to run the cafe for them.
On the way up to the island's lookout.
Still going up!
NZ on top of Ogi Island, about 200m above sea level.
This cave was said to be occupied once by 'Oni (Japanese ogre with one or two horns)' who was beaten by 'Momo-Taro' and chased away from the neighboring island called Megi Island.
Now, going down to the other side of the island, destination, the lighthouse.
Well earned snack time on a gorgeous beach, clear green water coming and going with white lacy fringes.
My daughter was exhausted and crashed in our room after lunch in town. I had a bit of energy to spare, so explored further on to the other side of the town. Found another cat spot. The next day's course was set.