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As your parents get a older and a bit grayer you feel time slipping by with my Dad turning 70 wanting to go trekking with his offspring aka me and my brother Dave in the Nepalese Himalayas it was something that I knew I had to do. Especially since me and my bother both in our 30s will be starting families of our own shortly. As my live model goes carpe diem.
I decide if I'm going to need a month off for the trek I better take 3 months hit ...
... our stops as we got out of the car I overheard a couple speaking in Hungarian. I spoke to them and they were ever so pleased to meet another Hungarian. They were 'real' Hungarians on holiday, that is they live in Hungary.
The drive was so slow that by they time we reached Hana we realised we should head back.
On the way back we stopped at Coconut Glen's a roadside stand and we got a coconut opened for us and drank fresh coconut milk and ...
... The next day, it was still raining... it did not stop even for a minute! So, more shopping to do. But this time we went to Waikele premium outlets, located some 30km from Waikiki. You can book a seat in a shuttle for 15-18 dollars return and get ready to spend! They run so many promotions that is very tempting. On arrival you get a coupon book for free when you show your shuttle ticket. So on top of discount you get an extra discount with a coupon. We kept getting a ...
... place was pumping. We lined up and took a pager, we were called in after 35 minutes and seated. I ordered a JW Pińk Lemonade cocktail and Andrew had a 22 oz Big Wave beer. We ordered a shared appetiser of Avocado Egg rolls, oh my God they are beautiful. They are all you need and we dipped them in cashew and tamarind sauce. It was so nice, the advocacy was so fresh and wrapped in a won ton type of thing. I would have that again in a heartbeat. Andrew ordered a ...
... and their green-goddess smoothies are also raved about. Looking forward to that! Another thing we love doing is going for a walk along Kalakaua Avenue and Waikiki beach as it gets dark. The street just comes alive with the lovely restaurants, bars and cafes. It has a very relaxed island feel. We tend to round the day off on our balcony - the night view towards the beach and the Pacific very captivating and overwhelmingly beautiful, especially over a glass or two of wine. ...