Tee's at Kailua
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- Do hire a car in Maui, only hire a car for maybe a day in Oahu. - Don't book a sunrise tour unless you have a car or there is a hotel pick up. - Do wear sunscreen on your legs when kayaking. - Do make sure your credit card has not expired. - Do not just stay in Oahu, do head to one of the islands (Maui, Kauai, Big Island). - Don't catch bus no. 23 to Diamond Head, do take the no. 2 instead. - Don't feed the turtles. - Don't kayak unless you can stay afloat. - ...
... island living.
Ambivalence has been the word when deciding on whether to write a blog this time. Our route (though neither planned in detail nor booked more than a couple weeks ahead) is a path well-travelled and nicely documented by many. It is a visit to first-world countries. What else is there to add?
So, I admit that this one is for a wee circle of friends, fam who may enjoy ...
... We set out just before 10 and arrived just after 1! Despite our sore feet, 12 km in thongs, it was worth the visit. The palace was originally built in 1882. The home of royalty and many influential visitors, including Thomas Edison who personally assisted the king with his electric lighting. Ironically, when the government moved into the palace in 1969, it was left a shambles with many of the original artefacts being lost or stolen. Some have since even been ...
... the Honolulu zoo (of course with a little shopping along the way - those cookies are everywhere!). The zoo seemed small at first, but they had many really interesting exhibits (Komodo dragon, angry chimpanzee that kept trying to escape, tiny foxes with chew toys, "pecans"/peacocks that aggressively tried to steal our food, rhino, elephant, howler monkeys (the best)). We followed up with the aquarium, which was pretty nice. I think since we had ...
... to explain, but it blew our minds!!
We really enjoyed our Jason's company, and we would often see him on the pool deck, enjoying a Diet Coke. We cheered for him (and the Entertainment team) in the Symphony Crew Tug of War! (We also cheered for our waiters from the Dining Room team). Jason even played some Wii games with us in the kids' club. He had dinner with us a couple more times, and he even did ...