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... Blue Angels, flying F-18 Hornets - decided that this was the time that they wanted to do a final aerobatic practice. This shut down Honolulu International Airport for an hour. Which meant that while we had a great look at the hornets whizzing around the airport, we were delayed for an hour. This had implications later on.
But we had a fantastic time in Hawaii, we both loved the place and will definitely be back again.
... Mark wraz jego "nowymi wspólokatorami" ich odwiedził. Tak też sie stało.
Ale zanim się wybraliśmy pojachtować sobie, poszliśmy na plaże która polecił nam Mark "bo podobna jest "najdaniejsza" i...... tam zostało moje serce! Najpiekniejsza plaża na Ziemi! I jak to było w zwyczaju od razu poszliśmy popływać z "rurką".
... us and our stuff and everyone else in the hostel left open as we slept! After all the lovely people we had met in this hostel we were finally seeing that some travellers are weird!! Luckily we were checking out of the Polynesian Hostel at 10. Shelley sorted us out with all the info to get to our hostel on the north shore. We knew that luggage is not allowed on public transport - even the airport route! Crazy! - but as we were just with backpacks ...
... to leave them. Their one liners just crack me up. And for some reason they kept singing that day so they were even more cute than normal. At one point we got up to see the tigers and they just simultaneously bust out singing Roar by Katy Perry. Seeing them sing (eh hem, scream) "I GOT THE EYE OF THE TIGER, FIGHTER…" etc. while they were just staring at a tiger was seriously so cute. Very off tune, I might add, but still. Precious.
Friday there was tons of stuff ...
... women held up a mother in labor over top of a large stone while the Elders observed on their own seats made of stone.
We made it to Waimea Valley, which was home to a beautiful waterfall. All in all, we walked about 2 miles around the park.
On the way home, we stopped at the North Shore and took in the waves at Bonzai Pipeline and Sunset Beach. The waves were surprisingly uninspiring ...