Makaha Surfside Condominium
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... wearing tight black
pants and highlighter pink tracksuit jackets doing multiple stretches before
heading up. We think their stretches went for longer than the actual walk would
take. From there we caught the bus to Hanauma bay, a very beautiful snorkelling
area where we discovered Hawaiian water is no better than NZ -Alex came out
blue and shivering all over.
From there it was time to head to the mainland where the
security people are not near as friendly. ...
W&W were not interested in doing much during the day and Warren gave Tony the key to the car. They were going to look into booking tickets for a magician show for our last night.
Tony and I decided to drive to Hana. The road is a treacherous 52 miles with 617 hair pin curves and 54 one-lane bridges and wonderful views. Sounded just like some NZ roads.
The drive was hard, the views indeed beautiful. We stopped a couple of times. At ...
... Statue and had a little tour through Waikiki. The driver is very informative, so while he drives he gives you a little tour and tells you some stories. In the flagship store, you can buy some souvenirs and learn some history about Hawaii. Later in the evening, as it was still raining, we decided to visit Ala Moana shopping centre. There are lots of shops, some places to eat, they also had live entertainment and a grocery store. Taxi back from there is not more then $10. ...
... the road and so off we went. We were able to walk straight in and up the elevator to the host no wait. We asked for a table near the verandah and sat for fifteen minutes and didn't get served. It's gone past six o'clock and we just missed happy hour and half price appetisers so we just walked out. All the staff were just hanging around and didn't even bother to come serve us with the place not even half full. We went straight across the road to The Cheesecake Factory ...
... on the mainland and just want to lie low and take it easy, exploring our very close surroundings. Tomorrow morning we will take the short hike (about 5 kms) up to Diamond Head - a dormant volcano crater - where the lookout across the Honolulu and Waikiki Beach coastline is meant to be second to none. After this we will have a late-ish breakfast at Bogarts - a well known cafe amongst locals which do a nice waffle / pancakes with a Hawaiian take. Their egg and ...