Island Sands Resort
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... hit by a second wave. Water, salt, and sand leaked out of my nose for about half an hour after that. Luckily, Carissa and Watson caught the show from the balcony. :) After the paddle all three families convened at the pool for some fun splashy action. We are so proud of Macyn as she now has zero fear of her face being in the water. The snorkel trip should be fun for her now. :). Also while at the pool I found ...
... had the same idea. We dove off a boat and snorkelled through a marine reserve called Molokini. I was particularly impressed with Marie’s achievements swimming in the open sea, as she’s probably the only human I know who may not have evolved from a fish. We drank, and later ate in a fantastic bar owned by Mick Fleetwood. We loved it. Totally loved it. So it was sad to leave and head back to Waikiki for the final three days.
One of the ...
... guy at the airport flying back to Mainland had his bag checked. When the luggage was open, it's loaded with CANS of SPAMS, with all different flavors. CANS are heavy, this person is definitely Hawaiian! They love Spams!
Spam flavored mac nuts, spam pan fried then rolled with seaweed to make sushi hand roll.
Until next time.....maybe Oahu & Maui combo if we take children vacationing with us. Felix wants to ...
... just beautiful. After we had plenty of time to eat and even get seconds, the lights were dimmed and the show began. The show was incredible showcasing the tradition of the drum dance of Tahiti, Kahiko - the ancient Hula, dance from the missionary era and celebration of Kim Kalahaua, Auana - the modern Hula and closing it out with a wonderful finale. The entire show was focused on the history of Hawaii done through dance and drum and it was wonderful. ...
... after an afternoon at the beach we walked over to the luau. We were able to watch the pig get buried in the sand. And see the tribal dances and learn about the history of the island. It was all really fun and definitely something I would do again. ZIP LINING After we had breakfast we got into the car and headed to the zip lining place, it was a little wet, and cold ...