Kalani Hawaii Private Lodging
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... A beautiful day, very good lunch, lovely views over a beautiful golf course to the sea. One to remember.
W&W were flying home later direct from Maui to Vancouver and our flight was in the afternoon to Honolulu, then back to Auckland, Queenstown and finally Wanaka.
Lovely to be home again after a most memorable celebration of my birthday with our wonderful friends.
This morning we booked a tour to the memorial site of Pearl Harbor which was a very sobering experience. A few little known facts about Pearl Harbour: * the base was attacked by 353 Japanese fighter planes, bombers, and torpedo planes in 2 waves. * all 8 US Navy battleships were damaged, with 4 being sunk. 6 of the 8 returned to service but Arizona was the only one which could not be recovered at all from the seafloor. * 188 US aircraft were destroyed, 2,403 Americans were killed and ...
Last night we really fancied pasta and walked all over to find an Italian. We didn't find one but we did find The Cheesecake Factory - love that place but the waiting time was 50 minutes - no thank you. We found a restaurant opposite called Jimmy Buffet and thinking it was a buffet we thought we'd find some Italian food. However, when we got up to the restaurant we soon learned it was not a buffet but perhaps someone's last name. It was a Mexican restaurant and looked a bit like ...
... We were happy to finally find something stable and safe. The sun was getting down but this didnīt stop Gonzalo from jumping into the water. The waves were much bigger than the other day on the Sunset Beach and there were only guys struggling with masses of water falling on their heads. Most of the time it was really scary! However, I used this moment to take some amazing pictures. Later we had Corona on the beach.
Day 5: September 18, 2014
It was our fifth ...
Mahalo means thankyou and we are all very thankful for our restful stay in Hawaii and for the kind, beautiful, generous people that dwell here. Hawaii is such a long way from home, but I think we all hope we might come back again some day. We couldn't be more thankful for the opportunity to see all we have seen and to realise that we live in the most beautiful place in the ...