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... Battleship", for filming where it was taken out into the open waters. The ship is now docked and has been turned into a tour/walk-through. We saw the bunks where sailors slept, multiple offices, kitchens, dinner rooms, the crew library, the captain's quarters and the control room. It was quite an eerie feeling to be walking through what was once a war ship, I can not imagine living in such a tiny space. The bunks were in sets ...
... says "worlds worst DJ". I hope he likes it and I got an XL rather than an XXL as Becca suggested because the sizes here are bigger than at home. We then went to the Farmers Market in the Kings Village and bought two coconut round donut. They were beautiful with sour cream sweetens and coconut in them for $1.75 each made by some little old lady. We saw dragon fruit, tapioca and beautiful fruit all out in clear containers ready for purchase and quick consumption. I also ...
... by side. The Arizona was one of the first US ships sunk in WW2, during the first attack on the USA. The Missouri was where the unconditional surrender of Japan was signed - ending WW2.
The Missouri tour is very well done. There are still many new areas being "re-vamped" and opened up for the tours. At the moment you get a good run through the various levels of Messes (Chief's Mess ...
... clearly stated I wasn't going to embarrass myself without a top on and sensibly fitting board shorts. In the end I was saved by descent do sleep. We finally descended from the 33rd floor to a market and excellent freshly cooked street food. The pork, rice and salad was great. We booked a couple of tours and scored some complimentary open bus type tram tickets so rode off into the Honolulu night life tour. We hope you enjoy the ...
... sauce with a sliver of papadum on the side. Quite nice, but not exceptional.
Next was a crab bouillabaisse seasoned with saffron and served in a coffee cup. Much more interesting than the first course, the soup was tasty and creamy - more like a bisque than a bouillabaisse. Scratch that comment - I just reached the bottom of the bowl and found all the chunky bits. Nice.
Grilled lobster tail on a bed of risotto followed. The risotto was a little gluggy ...
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