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... great restaurant she had been to -so we went. Where we parked on Front Street (the main street) there was a rough looking bar and grill place but behind it was Pacific'o. It was right on the shore and we were there at sunset. The service was superb and the meal lovely- we will come back next time in Maui. We left and went to the magic show Warren and Annabelle's. We were given a key and left in an entrance hall with 4 doors to discover how to get into the place..... They ...
... to be a big, commercial, touristy luau.
A luau is a traditional Hawaiian party or feast usually accompanied by music and hula dancing, and is held for weddings, birthdays, celebrations etc, and where family and friends get together. It features food such as poi (taro), kalua pig, fish, BBQ chicken, teriyaki beef & salads (or sides as they are called here) such as pineapple coleslaw, potato salad etc. Our package also included 3 ...
... having some lunch and looking around the town we caught the
bus home. On the trolley ride back we had these Japanese girls very
appropriately singing the Frozen song, ‘Let it go’, in Japanese at the top of
Sunday, we headed to Pearl Harbour, enduring another long
bus ride with some crazy Hawaiians. Pearl Harbour was really well done, and
seeing the USS Arizona underwater was amazing. We also went to the ...
... before moving ahead to the junction where Kalakaua meets Kuhio, then back to the hotel. A visit to the ABC Store for some chocolate coated macadamias and back to the hotel for a cuppa. After an afternoon rest we set out again for dinner before returning to the hotel for a good nights sleep. We have not planned anything for ...
... Chanel, Hugo Boss and Gucci. At the other end of the scale, there seems to be an awful lot of ABC Stores - There is literally one on every corner! So Japan has 7 Elevens/Lawson's (convenient stores) every 100 metres and Hawaii has ABC stores. Somehow, a place that is essentially America mashed with Japan, makes sense!
Once we arrived at the Aston Waikiki Beach Hotel, we sorted out our bags and went for a quick walk to ...