Diamond Head Bed And Breakfast
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... their feet in the water outside. We walked into the town hall for a peek, and could not believe our eyes as the entire foyer was filled with Christmas trees, a magic forest, and it was so beautifully decorated that we stood there in awe of the fantasy that was in front of us. We had no idea that this was here, and together with the beautifully decorated grounds, we felt that this was indeed a magical Christmas fantasy. We took plenty of photos, which will feature on ...
... what you wanted to take, eg money, phones, camera etc.
We toured around the visitors centre, where there were two exhibit galleries, USS Arizona anchor, the USS Bowfin (submarine), before our 9:30am Arizona Memorial tour. This started with a short film of what happen that fateful day on 7 December 1941. We then transferred to the boat and transported out to the memorial. This was very moving and to see the oil still seeping to ...
They are lots of fun with a great sense of humour so it was a great opportunity to have fun together again.
A long flight for us from Wanaka via an overnight stop in Auckland.
Warren & Wendy arrived just a tad later from Kelowna via Vancouver.
A taxi ride to the hotel and the years just melted away. Just like we've seen each other just a few days ago.
We'll have a great ...
... We could even see Maui when we got to some high points on the course. We both had great golf games but the best part of the day might have been the drive home watching the sun sink into the Pacific Ocean. Cathy had the camera clicking all the way back to Kailua.
Sunday we flew back to Honolulu and we are going to spend the day here today. We are staying in Waikiki and when we arrived last ...
... small - can't imagine living in such a confined space in such close proximity to almost 2 thousand others). Tomorrow we're off to explore the famous Ala Moana shopping centre - or at least I am, probably won't be too far into our excursion before Michael finds a quiet place out of the way to sit and play Clash of Clans! Hey, whatever works... Our last planned activity is a traditional Hawaiian luau, which ...