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... to drink Mai Tais and watch the sunset. We lamented the fact that this was our last day with Matt and Amrita and on this beautiful island. We could spend three more weeks here and be totally happy. But we get to start on our big adventure tomorrow! So I won't post tomorrow, because we'll be on the plane, and we actually lose a day going over the international date line. So we'll see you in Tokyo on June ...
... dinner, we checked out Sound Waves playing in the Centrum, and their drummer was greatly enjoying himself when he got to play some Latin rhythms, and the fills in particular. We went to the late version of the show in the Broadway Melodies Theatre, featuring Mark Anthony - hypnotist. Ali and I sat in the audience hoping we would not make eye contact. However, we were both overcome by drowsiness and a desire to be chickens and lay eggs. Thankfully, you ...
... outlets in one spot.. We got home at about 3pm and our poor little feeties were eina (sore for the non africans).
I hit sephora and crocs hard. Matt got some nice stuff from Armani and a new pair of sunnies.. looking very fresh! He is even deciding he might get some crocs. I say, family who wear crocs together, stay together!
We got a tad lost trying to get back from the shopping centre, as it is massive and i thought i knew were we were going.. matt thought ...
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, ...
... I get pomegranate & cranberry and watermelon & peach. We both get the honey one. Drop Troy off at his barracks (think college dorms). We end up talking to one of the workers, Bubba. He gives us the local insider information - Saturday swap meet, good hiking, Friday fireworks. Bubba is former military, married a local Waikiki girl, and has two great-grandchildren. Drop Troy off, and back to the cabanas to ...
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