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Travel Blogs from Honolulu
... to an absolute beast...a Dodge. All was fine until I had to refill the tank before handing the car back to the rental agency: a whopping $50 for half a tank. The beast was quite thirsty.
One morning I got up early at around 5.30am to go whale watching. This was great fun! I learnt that about 60% of humbpack whales that live in Alaska migrate south to Hawaii during the winter months. The rest of them goes to Japan and Mexico. Captain Tim took ...
I had big plans for this day (Lanakai Beach), but unfortunately rain was forecasted for most of the day, so I had quit my plans :-((
Instead, Sue (my Chinese-Canadian roomie) suggested to go for Lei-making class and window shopping afterwards. When we reached the place for Lei-making, ...
After the last several days of rough seas, land has never looked so good! We have just sailed into Honolulu harbor after cruising by Diamond Head and Waikiki Beach in the distance. We are currently tying up to the pier and will go for a walk on terra firma after lunch. Except for the rough seas the cruise has been good. We have only explored the back half of the ship because it was too rough to go to the front of the ship! So I haven't even been in the casino ...
... dress for myself but all the Hawaiian shirts started at size Medium, which in other words would have been a moo moo on my little Billy Boy. :( So no shirt for Billy.
The vague instructions from our tour operator hades waiting out the front of our hotel waiting for a bus to take us to the luau. A nondescript bus finally shows up, but is just parked an won't open the doors. Worried that is it our lift Billy sends me to the drivers window to see if it is our bus. The asian ...
... arrived on the West Shore of the island around five. Here we were given leis and Mai Tais on arrival and then roamed around the village. Before the dinner was served there were demonstrations of climbing coconut tress, hula dancing and fishing with nets + you could paddle a canoe, throw a traditional spear and other activities. We all had a go at throwing the spear, but not hitting the target! Oh dear - ...
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