Unipack at the Waikiki Park Heights
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... I am including a pic of each of us. Side note: I am writing this entry while we are waiting flight back to Maui. The terminal we are in is an "ugly sister" to the main terminal. We thought we could get some dinner here before the flight, but the restaurant is closed because the cook got fired. No problem, we went to the lounge. Cynthia was busy writing her notes, sipping on a bottle of water, eating pistachios while I was sipping a drink and typing my entry. All of a sudden ...
... so. Hope they didn't drown...
Other parts of the trip included, the Chinaman's Hat island, shrimp farms (i don't know why we stopped there) and a few other key places around the north shore like where they filmed Lost, The Descendants, Jurassic Park, Forgetting Sarah Marshall etc.
Next stop was the Dole Hawaiian Pineapple Farm and Factory which is the largest supplier pineapples in the world. The factory is kind of like the big ...
... and we were headed up to the room.
The view is absolutely perfect.
We dropped everything off and were starving so we hit the closest place our concierge recommended: The Tropics Grill at the Hilton. It's beachside and there was live music. I had the Opah (new favorite fish!) and Vin had -- you guessed it -- ribs!
Oh, also, these:
That, my friends, is a Maui Mai Tai and a Hawaiian ...
... and a few shirts for Steven and some pants, scarves and shirts for Kym. The boys scored some hats and a basketball singlet for Cameron and some more lollies! After a long day of shopping we headed to the IHOP for a dodgy dinner and the a walk around some more shops - the Galleria at which Kym was one of the few white people there in a sea of Asians. Then Steven picked up some bubble tea for ...
... me is not ecstatic about all the posts, but I hope you at least gained some value from it. As for the future? The unknown journey that still lies ahead? Yes, it might not be around the world, and yes, I probably won't blog about it. But whatever life has in store for me, I look forward to it thanks to some wise words I heard fairly early on in this trip... "Explore without fear or prejudice." ...Time to get ...