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I decided to spend last Christmas in Hawaii. As someone who had never been there, I did not know what to expect. I did not check any attractions or tourists' guides. The only thing I knew was that I was staying at Waikiki Banyan.
Hawaii is in between China and the west coast, so it seems like a good choice to stop-over for few days. We did typical tourist things for the boys.
- Dole pineapple plantation
- Some beach combing on North Beach, Kailua Beach
- Snorkeling in Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve
- Climbing Diamond Head
- Exploring downtown Honolulu
For four weeks, we stayed at the Makaha Valley Plantation. My grandma and my uncle came to stay with us during the first two weeks. My Nana and Grampie stayed with us the following two weeks. We all spent a lot of time taking buses and going to the beach. Together we checked out different beaches and tourist attractions around the island. We spent …
... A prettier airport you couldn't have wished for. Such beautiful flowers and plants. Plenty of open air spaces where you could sit outside and catch the breeze.
All-in-all, a pleasing 'pass-through' of the newest US State [another one crossed off K's list] ... but this was a means to an end that marks the end of the North American part of our trip.
Now onto pastures new.
Take care ...
... gardens where you can wander about learning more than you’d ever want to know about pineapples. There is also a small tram tour so you can see more of what’s left of the dying Hawai’ian pineapple industry.
It was only around 10 am, too early for ice cream, but fortunately we remembered that it was already 4pm in Montreal, the perfect time for a mid afternoon snack of Frozen Pineapple Whip. It was delicious.
It was time to head back ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsWaikiki Banyan Honolulu
Clean, comfortable, had a pool. The location is great-so close to the beach. Walking distance to all attractions on Waikiki and around. We had a kitchen-we were able to cook our own food. The food is a bit pricey and I don't eat Asian cuisine or seafood. Each floor has a washing machine and a dryer. Each room has a dishwasher-dishes, pans and pots.
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