Kaimalino Homestay Bed And Breakfast
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... weren't many people on the beach, just those setting up their chair and umbrella hire. The beach was much nicer than I remembered it to be from our visit here 9 years ago. In fact much of Hawaii is much nicer than it was before. We walked along the pathed walkway of the beach, through all of the beautiful beachfront hotels. I remarked that years before we felt quite out of place and uncomfortable walking through expensive hotels in our early 20's, but now ...
... displays included war relics, authentic uniforms and interactive museum exhibits that chronicled World War II and the attack on Pearl Harbor on Dec 7 1941. Walking around the grounds there was a subdued tone, not unlike Peace Park in Hiroshima. There was no laughing and mucking around, just people walking reverently through the indoor and outdoor exhibits. On the other side of the Harbour, the huge USS Missouri was mourned. ...
... department set fire to it the first time as it got so crowded and infested with diseases with all the rats. San Fran chinatown helped rebuild it the second time with all bricks from there. We saw the sets of hawaii 5 O and the yucky fisherman's wharf. Commerical fisherman from all over the world come and sell their catch here. Sadly the weather wasn't great today, light showers on and off but it was still warm. Jay gave us ponchos and so we were set.
... Laie Point, we spotted three whales! Harvey was quick at the draw and captured these images for our viewing pleasure!
This was a glorious day!
P.S. A friend who read this entry pointed out that it seemed like the playing whales were waving at us. How incredible is it to see these whales as the last day of our 3.5 month journey comes to a close!
... a grip on this situation, it will ruin their tourism. Being hassled all the time by these dirty smelly people asking for money was awful, especially as some of them became aggressive and verbally abusive when we refused. This, the rain and our grotty airport hotel, were the only things we didn't like in Honolulu. At 1.30pm, on Friday 21st February, we left Honolulu for our 5 hour flight to LA, the final stop of our voyage before our return once again to London.