Makaha Surfside Condominium
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- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
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... came with complementary celery and frozen carrot sticks. This place was the pinnacle of all American sports bars with a ridiculous 48 televisions displaying 7 sports. Did I mention they served frozen carrot sticks in this joint?! We wanted to go out on the water in some shape or form but it was just a matter of how. After a bit of negotiating with the Hilton sales office we got a great rate on the half day, catamaran sailing cruise; snorkelling with the ...
... crazy waves during their wintertime!!
One day we walked about one hour to an other beach just to see the cute wild turtles! And same day we went to an other beach to see the Monk Seal Baby (that didn't look like a BABY..haha).
When going back to Honolulu we took the eastcoast bus! And also went to Pearl Harbour, The funniest thing to see there, except all the crazy chines/japanes/corea- people who takes selfies together with EVERYTHING, there was a "suicide ...
... of the afternoon enjoying the view from our balcony which included watching the elaborate preparations for a private birthday party on the function terrace below us. We ended up ordering fish and chips from the restaurant downstairs and having dinner on the balcony too. A bit of detective work determined that the birthday party was for David Carey, President and CEO of Outrigger ...
... Hawaii at that time and learned of the short comings. He announced that he would give a concert and that all proceeds would go to the memorial. As a matter of fact, he gave two concerts that totaled $64,000. Then he wrote a personal check for $5000. The remainder was raised and the memorial was dedicated on Memorial Day 1962. Elvis toured the memorial in 1969. The large white ball in the picture is a radar unit that is in the harbor for repair. It is said to be able to pick ...
... top. What I could see through the heavy mist was beautiful but the elements quickly drove all of us back to the shelter of the bus.
Finally we stopped at Halona Blowhole, a scenic overlook east of Honolulu. This blowhole is a quirk in the volcanic rock that propels incoming surf to rush through a narrow lava tube and exit up like a whale’s blowhole. On high tide days, the water sometimes shoots 30 feet into the air. Just magnificent! ...