Papaya Paradise Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to get the smart phones happening. When you're the spectacle on the beach, 4 minutes is an eternity! Limbs everywhere! Feet up, **** up, head up (on at least one occasion) it was truly a spectacle to behold!
I was totally battered. Mouth & nose full of salt water, every bit of sand on the beach now safely stowed INSIDE my swimmers hair plastered across my face and me literally squealing & giggling at my predicament, at a pitch that could be heard the length ...
... of their brothers perished. When they died in layers years and more recently they had requested to be laid to rest with their comrades on the ship (none of the 1102 bodies were ever recovered and all still remain within the ship). The thought alone is enough to get me all emotional again! At the back of the memorial there is a shrine to all the men that lost their lives on the Arizona and it really brings to light the extent of the devastation that Honolulu (and the USA) must ...
... shop! Ask Greg about Tiramisu Cheesecake and Ian about Apple Streusel cheesecake. A last swim at Waikiki Beach and a spa back at the hotel. Such indulgence, though we were well aware of our fellow Aussies commemorating Anzac Day, it's only the 24th here. We wrapped up our interesting, but sometimes tiring, holiday here in Hawaii with pizza by the pool and icecream eaten on Waikiki Walk as we watched the tourists watching the tourists! Aloha from us today, tomorrow we'll say Hello/ ...
... arm. And I thought cover-ups were de rigueur in beachwear.
. Polynesian Cultural Center: Forty acres of Polynesia rustic meets Disney polish. Each island/country give its own real estate for huts, chieftain houses, moai (for Easter Island) – a river running through it with double-hulled canoes transporting the likes of ...
Yesterday we met a woman who was 90 y.o, we started chatting in a coffee shop, she looked 70. I thought at first Paul was trying to pick her up!!! I was going to make some wise crack but we began to hear about her life here in Hawaii and we became engrossed in her story. She spoke of he family and her grandchildren, it was ...