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... 8217;s. Josie had strawberry/bubble gum, Mac had cherry and Mark and Cheryl tried a small macadamia nut ice cream. It was good. The shave ices here are huge, served in a big bowl. Josie barely made a dent in her shave ice – too big, too sweet.
Cheryl wanted to stop in to the little store we visited the other day to pick up a cool Hawaiian collar for Rally. When she walked out, Mark said, “Did you get that apron you wanted, too?” ...
... Waikiki, food trucks by the beach serving local specialities seem to be the way to go for meals.
We walked down to 'our' beach this afternoon and its stunning. The sea looks far from calm but is noisy and interesting. Dylan sets about digging with a stick and then cooking us a meal using the same stick to stir and a shell as a bowl.
We have a BBQ on our deck once the children are in bed, and a few cheeky beers. Tired but still ...
... various lookouts and north shore beaches. We reached the centre after mid day. PCC has numerous villages of Polynesian cultures, New Zealand included. Must watch the Samoan show. Around 5pm and its luau time. A few options depending on budget, all worth the $$. Buffett dinner and hula show. After the luau we made our way to the venue for the stage spectacular that is HA breath of life. Show is amazing! Makes the long day ...
... route to Vancouver and Alaska. So we were here to have a relaxing time and were not here particularly to go sightseeing.
I expected Waikiki to be a typical tourist resort overrun with tacky hotels, restaurants and tourist shops etc. It is really lively and packed but there is a lot of "money" here and is not tacky at all. There are 5 star hotels, upmarket restaurants and designer stores abound.
The beach, as you would expect, was crowded in places but ...
... We parked in a residential area and easily spotted the entrance to the trail. Shortly after you enter the trail you will see two arrows pointing in different directions; one is for the ridge and the other for a valley. We heard the valley is easier and not as scenic. Heading for the ridge we first walked through a shaded area, some parts were densely populated with beautiful pine trees. With many switchbacks, the ...
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