Ali'i Bluffs Windward Bed and Breakfast
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... a rest but he was sound asleep pretty quickly. We hoped for a nice long sleep but Adalia had other plans. I think she really wanted to return to the Cheesecake Factory. She had her eye on a few of the flavours!! So we "reluctantly" got ready and left for the Factory. It was chock a block busy and we were given a beeper to wait for a table. The wait was quite short and we soon had our table. Sammy and Tom ordered pizza, I ordered the burrito Grande. I was ...
... pineapple plantations and the magnificent Waianae Mountains with their sheer cliffs and exposed volcanic rock. A short Visit to the Dole Pineapple Plantation to sample some of the local delicacies and then further north to spend some time at Sunset Beach and Waimea Bay. These beaches are famous for their winter’s big wave season but alias not today with the surf measly a ripple. At the norther tip of the island ...
... even if its seedy.
We walked back to our resort and it took us about 10 minutes, we didn't know where we were going but we made it all in good time.
My honey then hid my 'easter eggs' around the hotel room and i went on my hunt. He even did the hot and cold for me. Great success. Ps almond m&ms are amazing!!
Game of Thrones is about to start and its so exciting to be watching it here in america. Goodbye all!
As we drove through Honolulu Friday, I noticed something. I have seen it around Kailua and Kaneohe as well.
Almost every house I saw in Honolulu had solar panels. They are scattered around Kailua and Kaneohe. Most of the houses with them have two or three. Some have a whole roof full.
Between Kailua and Kaneohe there is at least three or four solar companies. I've seen one store front, ...
... and we have a look at beautiful corals, fish, monk seals and other exotica. What day would be complete without a dash down to the beach with our blowup mattress under our arms for a swim, float, surf as we watch the sunset until we are prune like and a little chilled. Let's not walk too far for dinner, so we eat at Eggs and thing downstairs in the lobby and then do a spot of shopping next door, gift time. So closes another lovely day on this lovely island in the ...