Diamond Head Bed And Breakfast

3240 Noela Dr., Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii, 96815, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Waikiki area of Honolulu, is near Diamond Head and Kapiolani Park.
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    Day 6 - Volunteering

    A travel blog entry by danhoward on Jun 06, 2015

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    It is 8 am now and today I am volunteering at Waikiki state primary school. I will be teaching the students about Australian culture and traditions. I will be volunteering from 9 am to 4pm so I better get ready and on my way. Ok so I have now arrived at Waikiki state primary school and the students are so welcoming and kind. I am on my morning tea break now and I have spoken to groups of student about Australian culture they are so amazed of our way of life and how lied back ...

    And so it begins...

    A travel blog entry by itsira on Aug 07, 2014

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    ... was in third year university, our second baby was just starting university and now the financial reality of a trip to Australia was no longer feasible. So, we cut the trip in half and we found ourselves planning for a trip to Hawaii instead. We pulled a date out of the air, August 7th seemed reasonable, and we put together a plan for 14 days in paradise.

    What we hadn't planned for was not one. but two hurricanes: Iselle and Jose, to travel along with us as ...


    A travel blog entry by makayla.brannen on Jul 06, 2014

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    ... Well ready or not, here we came and our bus rolled up to the beach, we piled out, and the kids lined up to get their poles. There's a program called MWR on base that provided the equipment and a few guys to help us out, which was a lifesaver. It turned out that we were not fishing as most of my Iowa friends are picturing it. The poles we were using were literally that.. just poles. There was no reel, it was just a rod with a line and hook attached. Also, on the hook was ...

    How do you measure a month?

    A travel blog entry by makayla.brannen on Jun 22, 2014

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    ... a huge park with designated areas of all of the Polynesian islands and cultures, such as Tahiti and Hawaii. At each island there were shows that taught you about the cultures and activities you could do afterwards, such as learn how to hula dance or build toy fish out of leaves. It was actually really fun and really cool to learn about all the different cultures. We walked around doing that stuff until dinner at five (this was the actual luau part). First of all, while ...

    Days 5, 6, and 7

    A travel blog entry by aprilmaeeads on Jun 07, 2014

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    ... a fabulous trip, full of amazing things to see and do.

    We wrapped up our trip Monday morning with more shopping in Waikiki and a moped ride. The moped was awesome! I wish I lived in a place where having one was practical. After a short (HA!) flight home back to Virginia, we were exhausted, but so happy. All in all, a great trip, and I would totally go back, despite the hours it took to get ...