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... and some streets were flooded and then we heard that the sewage works had a spillage ewwww, and all Waikiki beaches were closed for public safety. i can’t say that I smelt anything but I wasn’t game to dip my toe into the briney in case it came out slimey.
We caught a bus to the Waikele shopping outlet and spent several hours and several dollars on clothing including some clothes for baby Cowden. There weren’t as many ...
... questioning if we should ask for our money back and find a hostel? We decide we'll give it a night and sleep on it. We stroll down to Waikiki and indulge on Pete's first American meal to pop his cherry at "The Cheesecake Factory". It didn't disappoint.
With about 4hrs of sleep under our belts due to strange noises through the night, we rise early and head up the road to trek up Diamond Head which is a volcanic tuff cone ...
... were created to make an artificial feeding ground by Atlantis for the submarine dives. We got down to a depth of about 100ft into a world only seen by scuba divers, and saw schools of fish and green turtles, but it was a bit murky. I am never comfortable with dark shapes in the water, and I thought that the dark shapes of the ships and airliners were eerie, and I am not sure that I could ever scuba dive, but it was a good experience in the comfort of the ...
... we decided to go back down to the beach to watch the sunset. We found a comfy place to sit and watched the sun sink into the Pacific. Nice! Oh, we weren't alone either, the beech was crowded with people that had the same idea. On the way back to the hotel we stopped at a farmers market and picked up some take-out to eat foe dinner back in our room.
Wow, another day in paradise done.
... 2 cyclone. The chairs on the balcony moved so we brought them inside and the balcony doors are leaking in the sills because of the wind so we have towels all around them to keep it from coming in too much.
Well, we will see if we haven't blown off the top of this building if we are still here in the morning.
We leave to fly home tomorrow.
Aloha and goodnight