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... doesn't have to go on the floor .....and the waiter doesn't even flinch when I said I didn't have a bag with me but I asked if Ethan could use the stool to put his lego on. We have a really nice evening chatting about what we have liked about Oahu. It is difficult to single anything out. It is built up and busy but still has a great vibe and is very pretty. Definitely worth a visit and we are slightly sad to be ...
... 6 am. There seems to be something fundamentally wrong with getting up at 5 am in the morning to go do a walk. But we hate the heat more than we love sleep and so we decide to go for it. We do not make it for opening but we do get there for 6.30 am. As we drive up I am convinced that we will be the only people there. Who else would be daft enough to do this? I was wrong. Not only was the car park nearly full but lots of people were on their way ...
... hey ladies we still have 4 stops to go so have a seat. We did what we were told. So we had a mini tour along the beach before he turned back towards our hotel. We got off and as we walked away the bus passed us and he gave us a wave and a toot on the horn. We had made a friend. We were in room 402, same as our last room. Easy to remember. We tried to use the mobile but are still having trouble with the SIM card, so after trying to reconnect, gave it up as a bad joke. By now ...
... br> As we headed back to our room Wills achieved one of his cruise objectives and sat in the mobility scooter that was 3 doors down from us. He had been longing to do that all cruise and re-live the time he hopped on the back of my Mum's scooter at Centrparcs after her knee op. He was carrying a stereo blaring out Snoop Dog and nearly poured his pint of lager over her. She ditched the scooter after that realising with Wills about it was more hazardous than ...
... the ghostly outline of the great ship itself resting where it sank nearly 74 years ago. It is the final resting place of the 11-hundred plus heroes aboard. Their names are engraved on the south wall of the memorial.
Looking across the water toward the east, the USS Missouri is not far away. It's a separate trip to get there, but also a must-do. You can walk through most of the immense ship and stand ...