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... from the ruin. The survivors called this the 'tears of the victims'. At the end was the wall with the names of over a thousand people who lost their lives there. There are also two smaller 'slabs' which have the names of those who had survived the bombing but when they did die had requested to be interred with their shipmates. The half hour here went very quickly. It was interesting to see the number of Japanese there as well. I couldn't help but wonder what was going through ...
... 9.30am, but we did have an 11am checkout so we didn't have much of choice other than to get a wriggle on & move it. We didn't unpack, so a quick shower and change of clothes, and we were off for another day's adventure before boarding the ship later in the day. We still had some shopping to do, so after a super yummy breakfast on Waikiki Beach. We had a local dish called loco moco, which consists of rice with ground steak, an egg on top ...
... with a bad knee.
We left the cruise glad that we did it but convinced we would not do it again. Two sets of five sea days without port was a bit too much and the rough seas meant it was not always pleasant. It is great to have sailed over the Pacific but not something we think we would ever need to do again. We do know we would want to go back to French Polynesia again.
We disembarked in Honolulu to glorious weather. We really liked Waikiki. It ...
... on the staircases are constantly being wiped. It is not fun being sick while on holiday, and hopefully our colds and sore throat and ears will clear up quickly.
Last day at sea
During the night, about 3am, while we all slept, our ship crossed the equator, which means that now we are in the northern hemisphere. We are no longer sailing in the South Pacific Ocean but are now in the North Pacific Ocean. It is traditional for a crossing the equator ceremony ...
... knots and mist. We should have realized this was a sample of what was to come, like the hike.
On the road again on Kamehameha Highway. A mention about technology here; the GPS sadly mispronounced the name of this king as we would soon find out. It seems this highway extends around Oahu and pops up in the strangest locations.
We drove, stopped, drove, stopped, well you get ...