Lanikai Bed & Breakfast
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... and who was present in Pearl Harbour that fateful day. He was later stationed in Brisbane. Yvonne was in the WRENs and Les was in on a submarine which came up the Brisbane River. Yvonne semifored the ship and asked them to identify themselves. Les was on the bridge, he grabbed some flags and signalled for her to tell him her phone number. And so began one of the loveliest and most successful marriages I ever knew. It was nice to honour, and think of them both today as we toured this ...
... green lockers that act as a closet, a desk and chair, small shelf, small TV and DVD player, small fridge, a few hooks on the wall, a skinny shoe organizer, and the tiniest bathroom and shower you can imagine. But hey, we managed to unpack all our things and still have floor room.
After all that John and I got on land in Honolulu and headed straight to the beach. We waited awhile for a city bus to come and it took like 40 minutes to get to Waikiki Beach! Much longer than ...
I greatly enjoyed my time in Waikiki on the island of O'ahu and would recommend to anyone to add Hawaii to their travel list of places to visit. I will return in the future but would stay in a serviced apartment situation if I stay in Waikiki again (it's cheaper and I have the contact details for a reliable agent if anyone is interested) but will more likely head to one of the ...
Struggled with the time difference overnight, only asleep we'll after midnight and fighting to get out of bed by 11. Off to Pearl Harbor today! Got an audio guided tour for $7.50 each, and then the ticket to the memorial just $1.50 - except just as we were lining up to board, it gets cancelled due to mechanical issues - boo! Was still interesting learning about the Japanese/American side of WWII, and seeing all ...
... and when they grow too tall to support themselves, they fall over. But instead of dying they continue to grow up again. Because of the volcanic activity a lot of these trees are now trapped in the crater as they can't climb out! This has led to these amazing rainforest style areas in complete contrast to the barren and desolate areas still under volcanic ash and lava. Thruston lava tube This green pathway took us to the lava tube. This again is a naturally ...