Malaekahana State Recreation Area
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... else but those. The guide called it the "concrete jungle". After returning to the hotel, I did some brief shopping down the street that we visited earlier in the week.
Tomorrow is proper shopping day though, which should be good. I feel like some relaxing, walking around and browsing is on the cards as it will make a nice change from getting on and off buses all the time. It is also our last full day in Hawaii, so I guess I should pack my bags ...
... went up to Starbucks again and had the usual. We returned and came down to the pool for a relaxing day with book, iPad and earphones. Andrew put on one of his Lucky T-shirts with his Volcom shorts which incidentally he got dirty yesterday and he hand washed them last night so he could wear them again! It all looks good though and they mix and match well. The pool deck was so nice to lay around today. It wasn't crowded and people generally came and had a dip and left ...
... attack - described by President Roosevelt as a "day of infamy" - it has been done so tastefully, without shirking any issues.
I would highly recommend taking the audio tour while there. Marion grabbed a set of headphones and was repeatedly bought to the edge of tears - pretty emotional stuff!! Many personal accounts from survivors both civilian and servicemen.
The memorial ...
"Hawaiian Air 444 ready to go", came the captain's voice from the cockpit. Right at that time God appeared to be throwing out his past use by dated lightening into the evening BRISBANE sky. As HA444 767-300 gathered speed fully loaded with not a spare seat to be seen we wondered about the wisdom of this American captain. But what a display we had for the next 15 minutes! QANTASLINK had offered to direct our bags on to Honolulu ...
... long pants) - but I was allowed to have a Sunset Martini (gin, apricot and orange liqueurs, and lilikoi - the Hawaiian version of passion fruit) on the verandah, which was almost as elegant as the main bar. And at $13 for a cocktail (which came with a little bowl of peanuts and some chocolate coated orange peel) quite reasonably priced for one of Waikiki's more upmarket establishments.
Plan B for dinner was Azure at the Royal Hawaiian, which for some reason ...