The Cabana at Waikiki
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... I saw and the experiences I had, I know I learned a lot about myself & life. I am a little scared that the lessons I have learned will eventually make way for my old habits, but I am confident that even if that does happen, it will only be a moment before I am able to use the lessons taught to me. I hope I'm able to repay all kindness my friends and family had shown me on this trip. Throughout the trip ...
... luggage and then our rental car: a 2014 Hyundai.... Sonata? I forget, but a picture of it is attached.
I like our hotel so far. There's a lot to do around here!
I need to sleep, though. I haven't slept since I woke up at 4:00 AM to head to Logan! Will write more tomorrow!
... hitting me and the mysterious surfer all the way in. I was terrified, I genuinely don't think I've ever been so scared in my life and I couldn't help but panic and have a full on melt down. My foot was all cut up and Jords knee was bleeding profusely so we got medical attention from the surfer and lifeguard as we got safely onto the shore." Anyway we didn't go off after that and we decided to shower earlier and go shopping at the Ala Moana centre - we deserved new sunglasses at least! Ero Tergum ...
... You would hardly find any backpackers in Hawaii which isnīt surprising given the fact that they usually charge around USD 25 for a bed in a dorm for at least 8 people. We noticed there were a few more people like us, visiting shortly and living in their car.
In Hawaii there are two official languages: English and Hawaiian. Everybody speaks English, but they never forget to use the most famous Hawaiian words: Aloha = Hello and Mahalo = Thank you.
As you can ...
... is perfect with the world right here, right now. I just stood up and took a picture so I'll put that as the number one picture on this blog.
We arrived on Saturday morning Hawaii time, having left on Saturday evening Sydney time. Try and work that one out! It made for an extra long Saturday. The flight is an easy 9 hours but you only get to doze off, then you are landing at 3am Sydney time so the first day feels a bit groggy. I caught a couple of movies, ...