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... keen that we should see as many as possible.
We approached a waterfall the went deep into a gorge and he first spiralled down banking to the left and then again to the right. The flight took 50 minutes and covered a lot of the island including Bruce Willis’s house and one that Obama (born in Waikiki) has leased. Apparently he is going to live here after his presidency has finished and will have a secret service detail with surface to ...
... to be visiting this historic part of the world.
Cocktails by the beach bar caps off our last night in Hawaii as we prepare to fly tomorrow for our next golden destination in the U.S.
*The sleep walking diaries of Pete:
I get woken up at the Air BnB to get a torch and to look under my pillow for bugs. Go back to sleep babe, you are dreaming.
**I miss Kara count in Hawaii: who's Kara...? Just kidding, we miss her!
... with the 230-metre tuff crater being one of Hawaii's most famous landmarks. The crater was formed more than 1,000,000 years ago and named Diamond Head by 19th century British sailors who thought they discovered diamonds on the crater's slopes. These 'diamonds’ were actually shiny calcite crystals that had no value. The crater was used as a strategic military lookout in the early 1900's for the purpose of defending ...
... the night garden' we also called at Makapu'u Point. At a coffee stop on the way back a local guy made an "Angel Fish" from Banana leaves for Carol. Not many people are able to work out where our accents are from. Australia is the most common guess. Our meal out tonight was a Calamari Steak which Colin would not have liked ( In joke - Kath & Colin will know ). It was very ...
After spending the lead up to our flight out getting little
sleep and madly packing, we were looking forward to our hotel room that first
night in Hawaii. We were warmly greeted and given directions by the kind and
smiley customs man (a far cry from our experience in New York 2 years ago) and
caught the shuttle to our airport hotel. We arrived to discover they have no
lift, so we, with our 6 bags, had to lug our gear to the 3rd floor,
only to ...