Travel Blogs from Honululu, United States

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A Pearl of a Day, Honolulu, United States travel blog

A Pearl of a Day

A travel blog entry by pilgrimtraveler

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... Arizona Memorial are all very well done to allow visitors to reflect on that day as they wish. In the afternoon we walked some in Honolulu to see the beach and just take it easy some enjoying our last full day in Hawaii. We had to leave early carrying off ...

Waikiki and Kailua, Honolulu, United States travel blog

Waikiki and Kailua

A travel blog entry by kaluk8

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... a bed for the night considering U2 was playing, the Pipeline Masters surfing contest was going on up on the north shore, and the Honolulu Marathon was scheduled for Sunday.  Each day was most of the same: wake up, eat the toast and coffee breakfast ...

Arriving in Hawaii (Sunday the 15th the 2nd), Honolulu, United States travel blog

Arriving in Hawaii (Sunday the 15th the 2nd)

A travel blog entry by danandhat

... off at 9:30 tonight - think about it), we went through the rigmoral of USA Immigration, we walked through the Arrivals lounge of Honolulu Airport, which looked like a throw-back to a Gerry Anderson cartoon. We have rented a car for a few days to ...

Comparing Apples and Oranges, Honolulu, United States travel blog

Comparing Apples and Oranges

A travel blog entry by dennis.taylor

... ; In Juneau we explore the Alaskan State Museum and its exquisite display of polar native American artifacts.  In Honolulu in 2008, we compared the Bishop Museum and its equally exquisite but very different display of tropical Polynesian ...

Friends from home came to say Hi, Honolulu, United States travel blog

Friends from home came to say Hi

A travel blog entry by kerins

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Hawaii just got better as Burt & Hilary arrived to join in the ...

Interesting day but also a disappointment, Honolulu, United States travel blog

Interesting day but also a disappointment

A travel blog entry by scbcrwrw

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Picked up at 9.10 am by Hawaiian Adventures and taken to Pearl Harbour. Have seen the films and now to see where it all happened. There are museums - the Bowfin submarine (which we didn't go on - don't like them) - the monument to the Arizona and the ...

Manly stuff and girly stuff, Honolulu, United States travel blog

Manly stuff and girly stuff

A travel blog entry by jsca

... unladylike my shrieking response was. The remainder of girls day was spent shopping in Waikiki. Today we are spending our afternoon and evening in Honolulu. Last minute souvenir shopping and one last dinner with friends. Aloha, Jessica (and ...

Entering Paradise, Honolulu, United States travel blog

Entering Paradise

A travel blog entry by sierrarose

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... shirts on. It was a six hour flight. I was only able to sleep for about ten minutes because I was so excited. We arrived in Honolulu half an hour earlier than we were supposed to. Walking out the doors of the airport, I felt amazing. It was so warm. And ...

Back in Hawaii, Honolulu, United States travel blog

Back in Hawaii

A travel blog entry by itenerant78

I flew back to Hawaii to board the Pride of America one last ...

The Beach, Food and Pearl Harbour, Honolulu = Day 1 - 3, United States travel blog

The Beach, Food and Pearl Harbour

A travel blog entry by tarabella

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... . And Josh was nowhere to be seen. Next the bus took us to Punchbowl Cemetery where the veterans are buried then a tour of downtown Honolulu. We saw where Obama was born and lived. We saw the Iolani Palace (the only palace on US soil), home to the ...

Repeating the Past: part 1, Honolulu, United States travel blog

Repeating the Past: part 1

A travel blog entry by captfantastic

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This weekend we traveled around the island visiting places we enjoyed the last time we were here. Byodo-In Temple, Dole Plantation, and the North Shore. On Saturday, our first stop was to Byodo-In Temple located in the Vallley of the Temples cemetery. ...

Mele Kaliki Maka - Hawaiian For Merry Christmas, Honolulu, United States travel blog

Mele Kaliki Maka - Hawaiian For Merry Christmas

A travel blog entry by jsnsquared

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Hawaii Arrival! Winding down in the hotel...need to get some sleep! We touched down with minimal complications (just one baggage issue)!  I realized I forgot my lucky necklace that my Grandfather gave me 10 years ago.  This is literally the ...

Day 26: It's Groundhog Day!, Honolulu, United States travel blog

Day 26: It's Groundhog Day!

A travel blog entry by bugsy71

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That is, we got up, had breakfast, went for a dip, lazed about the arvo, went to the manager's reception, then went somewhere for a big feed before nap time. Just to give you a heads up, I'm planning on copying and pasting the above sentence for ...

Hawaii, Honolulu, United States travel blog

Hawaii

A travel blog entry by markandali

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Waikik n shopping, Honolulu, United States travel blog

Waikik n shopping

A travel blog entry by lordthorpe

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A fun day, we swam at Waikiki and i was hit by a wave knocking me off balance and knocking the underwater camera from my hand. Julie to the rescue! she had a snorkel and mask and located the camera on the seabed - 'twas a moments work to recover it - ...

Living in Hawai'i, Honolulu, United States travel blog

Living in Hawai'i

A travel blog entry by laurette

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Everyday life in Hawai'i... Tons of time commuting by bus, but not such a pain as in Paris even my back would not agree with me (buses are awful for your back here!) but a cool internship at the Festival. I didn't want end up doing nothing or being a ...

OMG!  That's a lot of kids!, Honolulu, United States travel blog

OMG! That's a lot of kids!

A travel blog entry by jen.greening

I don't think I've ever been on a flight with so many babies and small children in all my life. They are screaming bloody murder, dragging themselves up the aisle on all fours cackling, and generally causing a raucous. At one point, Chris turns to me, ...

Big Island - Oahu, Honolulu, United States travel blog

Big Island - Oahu

A travel blog entry by arktinen_kettu

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... jäivät taakse ja saavuimme Honoluluun Waikiki Beachille. Matkalla näkyi myytäviä autoja ja jos jonkinlaisia hippejä surffilautoineen. Honolulu näyttää jättikaupungilta verratuna muiden saarien kyliin. Katsellaan mitä saaren muilta osin ...

Jan 18, 2011, Honolulu, United States travel blog

Jan 18, 2011

A travel blog entry by kreuzfahrer

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First day in Hawaii, Honolulu, United States travel blog

First day in Hawaii

A travel blog entry by carr5

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The boys and I arrived sometime in the afternoon. Geoff and Kristin came a day prior, as they had to prepare for the first game. It's such a magnificent place! After landing we immediately went to the soccer fields for the first soccer game for the ...

Gang Arrive, Honolulu, United States travel blog

Gang Arrive

A travel blog entry by niccis

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We had another leisurely morning and had a bit of a sleep in. We were headed out for brekky when we got in contact with Nicole, Mike, Louise & Blake. They had arrived and were checking in. We waited in the lobby and then headed off for breakfast with ...

Baden, baden & shoppen :-), Honolulu, United States travel blog

Baden, baden & shoppen :-)

A travel blog entry by cbieri

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Heute habe ich den Tag am Strand genossen... nachdem ich genug hatte bin ich ganz ferienmässig noch shoppen gegangen. Today I enjoyed my day at the beach... after I've had enough I did some shopping ...

Heavenly Honolulu, Honolulu, United States travel blog

Heavenly Honolulu

A travel blog entry by phatryderekpan

The flight from Beijing to Honolulu was a blur. Unlike the initial departure, excitement was absent in the 35 faces as we journeyed 13 hours to return back to the walls of academia. For much of the trip, I was paralyzed by the over consumption of liquor ...

Day 41 - Final Day, Honolulu, United States travel blog

Day 41 - Final Day

A travel blog entry by gavbrown

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I read somewhere that only 71% of the island of Oahu can be seen by land. So I decided to finish this trip with a bang and do a helicopter tour of the island. It also helped that the Grand Canyon helicopter tour had been amazing. The helicopter was ...

North Shore, Honolulu, United States travel blog

North Shore

A travel blog entry by erikandaurea

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So The first time I came to Hawaii with my family like 10 years ago, one of my major culinary delights was the loco moco. If you've never had a loco moco before, it consists of a bed of rice topped with a hamburger patty, an overeasy egg, and smothered ...

Enjoying the weather , Honolulu, United States travel blog

Enjoying the weather

A travel blog entry by sdtohawaii09

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Yesterday we moved rooms, now we are on the 12th floor which is a better view however we are next to the elevator and the noises from it are driving me nuts.  The girls were on a shopping adventure.  I spend the day hanging around at Waikiki ...

Day 2: Pearl Harbor And Some More Travel, Honolulu, United States travel blog

Day 2: Pearl Harbor And Some More Travel

A travel blog entry by jstylzz

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... extra leg room that our exit row provided...which offset our location directly behind the in-flight toilet.  We arrived in Honolulu to beautful sunny weather (finally!), and a surprise at the gate...Mom and Dad!  They flew over from the Big ...

Travelling Home, Honolulu, United States travel blog

Travelling Home

A travel blog entry by sioux1961

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We were picked up from the hotel at about 9.45 to go to the airport, and even though I think we all thoroughly enjoyed our time - we were all ready to go home, though most of us just wanted one more day to relax on the beach, as the Friday had been a ...

First Quarter Reflections, Honolulu, United States travel blog

First Quarter Reflections

A travel blog entry by chrisandteri

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It has been three months since I left my home in Canada (7 weeks for Chris), and one day since Chris and I left Kalani and the Big Island. We're currently hanging out in Waikiki Beach on Oahu, resting up from our stint of tenting in the jungle and ...

Pearl Harbor, Honolulu, United States travel blog

Pearl Harbor

A travel blog entry by mkennedy15

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... preparing for the attack. Basically, as Japan is dependent on imports for all of its raw materials and especially oil, when the United States imposed sanctions for any oil attempting to enter Japan, Japan felt that their only hope was to destroy the US ...

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