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After spending the lead up to our flight out getting little
sleep and madly packing, we were looking forward to our hotel room that first
night in Hawaii. We were warmly greeted and given directions by the kind and
smiley customs man (a far cry from our experience in New York 2 years ago) and
caught the shuttle to our airport hotel. We arrived to discover they have no
lift, so we, with our 6 bags, had to lug our gear to the 3rd floor,
only to ...
... and will serve as our own record of the trip. I wouldn’t expect any insights unobserved by others…but we want to capture the people we meet and those magical moments that come with travel. So here goes.
First impressions were warming - right out of the Honolulu baggage carousel doors (you know, when you are gawking every which way to figure out where to go next) a lovely, ...
... to convince the agent that our T/A hadn't informed us of the flight change and after much manipulation we secured seats (at no cost) on the 4.20 flight! We even ended up in the exit row. A long day at the airport but ti incur no extra cost was a great outcome - Kylie didn't even spit the goo!
Anyway we had vowed that we were going to spend a relaxed seven nights in Honolulu. At this stage of the trip we were both starting to feel the ...
... We could even see Maui when we got to some high points on the course. We both had great golf games but the best part of the day might have been the drive home watching the sun sink into the Pacific Ocean. Cathy had the camera clicking all the way back to Kailua.
Sunday we flew back to Honolulu and we are going to spend the day here today. We are staying in Waikiki and when we arrived last ...
... took us behind where we are staying to the University of Hawaii where he is studying a four year degree in Social Work. There are 40,000 people enrolled here and is massive, probably no much bigger than at home back spread out and larger buildings. We then drive further into the back of the island into the Manoa valley. It is very pretty and green with beautiful trees and gardens. Tony took us to the lookout where we could see all of Diamond Head and the airport area. We ...