Pililaau Army Recreation Center
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... Cove was wonderful. A village , on pretty coastline, arrived an hour before sunset, we paddled an outrigger canoe, made banana leaf and orchid bracelet, drank Mai Tai s, saw Hula Hula dancing, and music show, ate pig baked on the ground wrapped in banana leaves with tasty ginger and mesquite .very friendly people and proud of their ...
... our at home but it was beautiful. Can you believe the sticks were just that! They were so tender and juicy, there were four and they were crumbed. They were massive and I would have them again in a heartbeat. Andrew had a sampler plate of Mexican bean potato skins with cheese and a salsa and sour cream, hot and spicy chicken wings and a ahi or tuna salad. I tried it and it too was beautiful. Andrew went up to our room and poured himself a Kraken rum and ...
This morning we all headed to Ala Moana Shopping Centre.
Which is a "must do" when here in Honolulu. I can't say I was
overly impressed, seemed to me that it was just another
shopping centre. However..................I was greatly impressed
that Marion managed to find a quilting shop there.....Go ...
... to add here but abbreviated was Kamu and loosely translated, would match to Sam. He was a natural talker and told us all about how the airport had actually been built on top of an old lava flow and all the buildings made to represent the traditional huts. We drove through massive expanses of lava in both forms - the fast moving A'a and the slower Pahoehoe (words which volcanologists around the world have adopted so Sam happily tells us that Hawaiian is spoken ...
... I cannot imagine being in their position. I think it's hard being away from home for ten weeks, I can't imagine going through deployment. The sacrifices they make are unbelievable, and words can't describe how appreciative I am. It kind of sucked being away from home on a holiday, but it was hands down the most memorable, meaningful 4th of July I've ever had.
Saturday morning we got to go tour some of the ships in Pearl Harbor. We got to tour the aircraft carrier which was ...