Shorebreak Hotel, A Joie De Vivre Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
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Up early after insufficient sleep and off to the airport for trip to Los Angeles.
It was lovely flying business class and very easy to get used to!!
We had a very quick entry to Los Angeles and from landing to exit was only 40 minutes
Unfortunately we had to wait 50 minutes for our booked transport but eventually made it to the home of Hala and Marc who are Rami's cousins. They have a lovely home in Huntington Beach which is about 50 km south of ...
... on my own at one point or another (not the waterfall), I got a new perspective on all of them. We got back to Waikiki about 11:30 and my hotel stop was about 11:45am, so don’t schedule another activity to close to the tour, as he says he is rarely back “on time” since sometimes you have to wait for the right lighting etc at some locations.
I changed my clothes and ran next door to the Royal Hawaiian Mall for a quick lunch at Maui Tacos ...
... random swab haha. We then had time to sanitise our hands before going through to the very drab and dreary international area. Starbucks, Pizza Hut and one very small duty free shop is about it. Very strange for an international airport. We are now sitting here looking at a blank wall before we go and try out the Starbucks tea and coffee!! Hope the flight to London is a little less ...
... somewhere and aren't going to be left with no
accommodation apart from the one the tuktuk man is saying is his
'friends'...cue major rip off/dodgy place. Talking of being been
ripped off, it really helps to plan ahead in terms of knowing; any
common local scams (there are many); the prices of how much something
should roughly be (an apple, a bottle of water, a taxi ride etc); how
long/distance/direction the place you want to get to is and whether
Last day on board today – the port days flew past and the sea day were just great. If I had advice for anyone it would go ahead and book a cruise through the Panama Canal. If you cruise from Fort Lauderdale, and you see items you like, ask if they can do a better - don't be afraid to do so even in the "Museum" stores such as Cartengna, Columbia - if it's for sale, they want to sell it. If you see items you like in say Costa Rica and ...