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I have just woken up
and we are now in American air space, it is 10:50 and are begging our decent.
It is 12 pm now and I am just clearing customs now and what a great atmosphere
this is here in Honolulu. Ok so I’m waiting outside the airport now for a taxi
and my impressions of hawiee are totally different than what I expected I thought
there would have been white sandy beaches everywhere and island dancers. The
resort I am staying at is the Imperial Hawaii Resort ...
We read the Vans surf championship is going on at Sunset Beach on North Shore, of our island Oahu. So we took a public bus, just $2.50 each, and set off. It was a fantastic way to see round the island, but obviously it stopped at every stop, and it took 2.5 hours to get there, interesting ride the scenery was amazing. Left Honolulu, which is a city like Rio, massive and busy, but on the beach, with trendy shops like Chanel, Louis Vuitton, etc, and ...
... our at home but it was beautiful. Can you believe the sticks were just that! They were so tender and juicy, there were four and they were crumbed. They were massive and I would have them again in a heartbeat. Andrew had a sampler plate of Mexican bean potato skins with cheese and a salsa and sour cream, hot and spicy chicken wings and a ahi or tuna salad. I tried it and it too was beautiful. Andrew went up to our room and poured himself a Kraken rum and ...
... but it was necessary to buy a shuttle ticket. The other sites required special tickets:
- USS Bowfin Submarine Museum & Park
- Battleship Missouri Memorial
- Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor
... the land and added to the equanimity of the island and I never grew tired of listening to such a delightful song, sung by a much loved human being.
Due to regular showers and the sun’s rays through the misty atmosphere above volcanic mountains, rainbows are frequently present throughout the land’s skies. It’s no wonder Hawaii is known as “the Rainbow State”