Unipack at the Waikiki Park Heights
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... br> was gone took at the most five minutes.
It was extremely easy and efficient.
The drop off
point for the vehicle was only half a mile from the ship. A trolley stop was situated directly
opposite the car drop off point and enabled me to drop it off and be back at
the wharf in ten minutes.
I think it
is fair to say that the Chinaman has been definitely lost somewhere here in the
... came with complementary celery and frozen carrot sticks. This place was the pinnacle of all American sports bars with a ridiculous 48 televisions displaying 7 sports. Did I mention they served frozen carrot sticks in this joint?! We wanted to go out on the water in some shape or form but it was just a matter of how. After a bit of negotiating with the Hilton sales office we got a great rate on the half day, catamaran sailing cruise; snorkelling with the ...
... for their hard work. After half an hour of sunbathing in what felt like a pretty chilly blustery wind, we headed back to the room to get ready for food.
It was a rainy evening and we failed at finding the restaurant we'd planned to eat at, so instead we decided to head to a huge shopping centre just off the main strip that was bound to have somewhere open that we could eat at. Bubba Gump's did not disappoint! Nessy might have ...
... and cool! The major plus was how friendly everyone was, this is definitely a 'Yes' country which was so refreshing after leaving NZ, the biggest 'No' country in the world!
This morning, we walked in the opposite direction, past the Hilton and the Marina and on to the Ala Moana Centre which is a large shopping mall. We visited the Army Museum which is almost next door and were surprised to find that it was formerly a fort built in 1917. It was almost demolished in 1970 but the demolishers have up due to the strong reinforced concrete construction. We ...