Outrigger Regency on Beach Walk
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It's 6:18am local time and 2pm home time. Tired and forgot how different to hear Hawaii accent and the very 70's decor of airport! Flight fine though turbulent sometimes. Got no sleep this time so will see how am in a few hours. Sitting on airport shuttle bus waiting for other passengers and then hopefully a short sleep and then onwards for ...
Thanks to Paul for composing part 1 of this blog. We flew into O'ahu and hit the 5 lanes of traffic on the way to Waikiki. Lucky we got there in time for happy hour. By this stage we needed a drink after a stressful exit from Maui where were thought we had missed our flight!!! We headed straight for the bar at Dukes which is part of the Outrigger where we are staying. Peak hour at Dukes, so not ...
We had always planned to finish this big trip in Hawaii. For all of the time that we have travelled to America since being married in March '97 we had only stopped there on the flight when Max was being medically returned home and another passenger had died on the plane necessitating an unplanned stop in the wee wee hours of the morning. This time our Hawaii stop-over would be planned. As Kathy says, this is our holiday to get over our long vacation!
... today and the blowhole wasn't performing.
Next stop was Pali Lookout, 1,168 ft above sea level. Fantastic views of Kailua and Kane'ohe. Up at this look out there were all these chickens, which didn't look like your ordinary domestic chicken. Apparently they were bred for cock fighting and since cock fighting is illegal, they had obviously been let free. They seem to be everywhere out of Honolulu.
Back on the bus again ...
... and almonds. By the end of the 6-and-some-change-hour flight, we were pretty hungry. There was plenty to be distracted by the closer we got to Oahu.
First sight of Oahu!
When we stepped off the plane, we were greeted with 74 degrees and 40% humidity with a slight breeze and vapor-like drizzle. The sun didn't take its time to come out, though. And when it did, the partly cloudy day made everything ...