Diamond Head Bed And Breakfast
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... 6:45pm when we had to pull them out of the water!
Back to the room for some final packing (I'm bloody sick of packing), a movie for the kids and a drink on the balcony for BC & SJ - all round, a bloody good day.
Tomorrow is our last day of holiday - we're going out exploring via Diamond Head, the Sealife Aquarium and around as much of the Island we can. We fly out at 10:50pm Wed, our time and get back to Melb on Fri morning. X to all. SJ
... Then went for a walk as we were so full. Walked almost right down the end of Kalakaua avenue to luxury row shops. Bought palm tree pandora charm. End of walk went to Tiffanys and bought a blue heart necklace using my birthday money from my lovely sister and Brad's help. Have wanted one since New York so,this will be a nice memory to have always. Walked back to hotel and got there about 9.45pm. Then did some reading and went to ...
Our pickup to the airport was at 7.10 just giving us enough time to drop off the keys and return the DVD. We were his only passengers. Just when we are getting good at this automatic check in, we are doing it for the last time. We had about an hour to wait for the flight which was to take 30 minutes. We passed over another island which I think was Molokai where Jurassic Park was filmed. We passed by Honolulu a long way out to sea and then circled in to land way to the west of ...
... dream of questioning the quiz master.
The room fiasco lasted longer than we expected. We went back to our room for one night but had to move again as it still wasn't fixed. Wills managed to negotiate a hefty sum off our bar bill to make up for the inconvenience and so moving turned out to be an added bonus.
We sailed over the equator and there was a crossing the equator ceremony. Apparently if you have not sailed over it before you are a ...
... ever built and the last to be decommissioned (it was actually reactivated by Ronald Regan for the Gulf War). The surrender of the Japanese on the deck of the Missouri in Tokyo Bay brought the Second World War to an end. The USS Missouri proudly rides at anchor in Pearl Harbour, next to the USS Arizona Memorial, one marking the beginning of the US involvement in WW2, and the other marking the end of WW2.
After completing the tours, our bus ...