Papaya Paradise Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... Once again Roberts were there to meet and greet us with a shell lei. We now have three of these each. Tiny shells which you never see on the beach so you wonder where they come from. This time we shared the bus with 10 other people, 6 Americans and 4 Japanese. The Americans were also going on a cruise on Friday night and we were hoping it wasn't the same boat as us. We were dropped off just before noon and left our bags at the hotel as it was too early to check in. ...
... 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 ...
... to the city bus stop. On a Sunday morning, all you see on the street are homeless people. And America has a huge amount of homeless citizens. More than I remember from my residential times.
At the airport, I did my obligatory Sunday call with my parents. Thanks god, they are all fine.
Just before boarding the plane, I arrange for my shuttle service. There is no convenient public transport from Honolulu airport to Waikiki. A taxi ...
... actually quite entertaining and the little kids was such a nerd with his glasses that had the flip down sunnies that go over the top... must be fashionable in Mexico.
The crater was formed from an eruption of a vent along the volcanic series in the region. In world war II Diamond Head was a fort for the military and there are still a number of bunkers on the crater that we got to go in and have a look at which was cool.
After our hike we ...
... and saw a film about the attack back in 1941. We them got on a boat to take us to the memorial. The memorial is a building built over the remains o the uss Arizona which you can still see from the surface of the water! Over 1000 people died on that ship alone, and 900 people were left down there as a war grave. In fact most of the survivors have since been buried down there (well their ashes have) as ...