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... that looked remarkably like a giant turtle. He told us there was a military base on the turtle sowe decided that we would take the coastal route to get to lunch and our afternoon beach time.
What we didn't realise was that the whole ...
... GPS. Traffic is similar to Miami except the drivers are much more considerate. Check in went pretty smooth also.
We loaded everything into the room and, OMG, what a beautiful view of Waikiki Beach, Diamond Head and the city of Honolulu.
... tiny car we were going to hire. Lies! We headed off rather slowly, as we
re-orientated our brains to driving on the wrong side of the road (or as they
like to think, the right side of the road). The car hire man had pointed out
places to see whales, which we thought might occur in a blue moon, but what do
you know, there were heaps of them! We were just driving along looking out then
boom, there they were. We pulled over and whale watched for the next ...
... we decided to make use of their free hospitality suite since our flight didn't leave until the evening. Since we'd have two overnight flights in a row (Honolulu-Houston and then Houston-Buenos Aires), we reasoned that being worn out for the first flight would be a good thing. We completed morning homework and a vigorous workout, then checked out of our room at 1:00 pm. We discovered that a visit to clean up in the hospitality suite required a substantial allocation of time and ...
... it is in the main street of the little town where it is located. Another quick & cheap lunch, eaten looking at Captain Cook & we headed back east.
On the way we visited a well known blowhole along the oceanfront, and poked our noses into one of their famous tropical Botanical Gardens, but as we didn't have the time to do it justice continued home.
Another little thing to see was what they call their tree tunnel. Many years ago the ...