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... it, it all sounds the same) Tough job though talking non stop in traffic when the drivers are worse than at home. I swear there is paint off in more than a few places.
When you arrive you are funnelled through an alley way and presented with a coupon book with more discounts. If you spend this much, the retailer will take another % off. Worth it in some shops but not others. Many of the shops are designer ...
... again at the top. The path is well laid out but quite rubbley still (although one girl in our group had decided to plot on in flip flops!). There was lots of winding round back on the path but slightly higher like the path of Snake on the old Nokia phones, and it was very full of people. Asian people dressed in platform boots holding parasols, military people with weighted packs, old ladies with some impressive visors and families dragging some ...
... bunker or something, but don't hold me to that). It was covered in grafitti and people deemed it the place to climb on top of and take pictures. I wasn't going to go because I was already terrified to be so high, but heck what's 8 more feet at that point right?! I slowly climbed on top and even though I couldn't stop shaking, it was honestly one of the most empowering feelings in the whole world. To have conquered my fear of heights was awesome, and to have such a rewarding view ...
... their broken, sand dusted guitars. I had a fantastic time. I got a small sunburn on my cheeks and forehead that day. Later that night, we watched a sketch artist on the street. There were several street performers and advertisers vying for attention. Before we went to sleep, we sat on Waikiki Beach at night and watched the waves, the city and the moon.
Perfect day number one. Three more perfect days to follow.
... Awful to think of them in fishermen's nets. Went to the Ma'o Farm for a wood fired pizza dinner with organic veg foraged from the farm. Ono and Pono (delicious and virtuous) Gary and Kukui set up the farm to support local young people. It's a non profit organisation, 'Our strategy impacts five critical areas of need: out-of-school youth, sustainable economic development, agriculture, health, and Hawaiian culture.' ...