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... hoping that it does not rain today. The first stop was the Honolulu Museum of Art, which dates from 1922. We did not stop here as it will be included in our visit to Shangri-La on another day. Since the last time we were in Honolulu, Hawaii's most favourite son was elected to the White House, so we were treated to seeing where Barack Obama lived, was born, and where he went to school. We continued through Chinatown, which is the oldest Chinatown in the United States, ...
... Missouri and it was a bloody big ship as you will see from pictures. Very interesting guide who brought us all into the picture and the facts were unbelievable, such as they had nine main gun battery (guns) which had a range of 23 miles and when they fired it had no effect on the ship's movement, either side wards or whatever. As said before the ship is huge and has history because it didn't get commissioned until after ...
... fill the ocean. I hope you enjoy the photos as much as we enjoyed taking them.
The water wasn't real clear today. I think I may have mentioned that it was better to go out earlier in the morning rather than later as all us visitors to the reef tend to stir it up a bit. All the shuttles were full at 7.30am and 9.00am so we had no choice really. We went when we were meant to go.
Super awesome day, thanks Stepha for coming along to swim ...
... about the fabric of this society for homelessness and poverty to be so pertinent...there is something that is not being addressed adequately.'
There are jobs...nearly every shop we passed had advertisements on their doors / windows inviting applicants. But somehow, there is a chasm between the poor / ill equipped / socially disadvantaged / mentally ill and 'work / every day life'.
Another thing I noticed is that people ...
... and refreshing. We didn't want to leave, but we did – about 10:15.
After getting dressed and cleaning up the room, we hopped in the car again heading towards the Polynesian Cultural Center (PCC). On the way, we stopped at Leonard’s Bakery that was recommended to us. They are famous for "malasadas" which is nothing more than fried dough with sugar on it. Kind of like the donuts you get at a Chinese ...