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... much more! Ryan took is iPhone in which has a waterproof case...game isn't he? It worked fine and he took some great underwater pictures. The boys spent over an hour in the water... then they got hungry.
It was soooo good that Matt even went back in for another snorkel out the back along the reef edge.
Refreshed from the swim we headed home, stopping along the way for several views. From ...
... that the ship will not stop crying tears (leaking oil) until the day the last survivor is encased in its tomb. There was certainly not enough time to appreciate the memorial as they run a very tight schedule. You have to be ferried out by boat and as it is still an active military base, security is tight. Having said that, we were forewarned and did not take any bags and were let in immediately. We had only about 15 minutes on the memorial site itself. It is difficult to see ...
... for our hair and some lei's (the flowery garlands). It's so much fun. When you go into a shop everyone says ALOHA and we feel like we are in a film - OMG perhaps we are!
We finally found a spot on Waikiki Beach and it was packed. Tourists everywhere. The sand was great and it wasn't full of coral and shells like Samoa and the water was perfectly clear but the beach in Samoa was practically private and this was packed with people - ...
... Chili Bowl! Yes, it was my third time in three days, but who's counting?! It wasn't as good as the original place, but I was happy to have a half-smoke one last time. I boarded the plane full and happy, and made my way back home. After I got home, I had a couple of minutes to relax, unpack some of my gifts, and gain my bearings. The first thing I noticed, THE HEAT! Leaving DC this morning, it ...
... strawberries, and blueberries). Marty had an omelet. I have to admit, the French Toast was delicious! Probably better than mine.
Next, we hopped in the car and started heading north on the west side of the island. First, we stopped at a local grocery store to pick up some snacks. Didn’t know that we would find fruit stands along our trip.
First stop, the Dole Plantation. The store in front had ...