Unipack at the Waikiki Park Heights
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... beach, spinning around taking in the views of Diamond Head, then the beach all the way down to Waikiki town and the blue skies and ocean of the Pacific beyond! Truely incredible and breathtaking vista's!
We walk down the stone pier near here to take some photographs and end up in a conversation with a Brazilian tourist after she has taking a few photo's of us! The funny thing was though, she started talking to us in Portuguese when we said ...
... it is still a beautiful city with stunning beaches (particularly Waikiki), many parks and gorgeous ...
... on board, it is all for us.
Finally, we got interviewed by the cruise director today for the cruise television channel. We also learned to dance the hula on stage during one of the shows. Jack was a little nervous, but I loved it.
We hope you are well and surviving the cold weather (for our Canadian family and friends) We miss you a lot, and I look forward to hearing from you. I love reading your comments and emails. Talk to you soon.
Well what can one say. Left Kauai this morning bit humid, bit overcast then it poured to fly into Waikiki, clear blue sky, not as humid and really really really busy Air flight was 33 minutes and we only had time for a fruit juice before we landed at Honolulu domestic. Coming in we saw housing estates where all the houses looked the same. Also saw the Air Force plans stationed here as well. Caught taxi from airport, very easy, and dropped us at hotel which ...
... enough what my Dad has warned me about when swimming anywhere. I guess all that lecturing does take it's toll. As we came up again I could see a surfer coming to help and I must have already been crying because then I realised I was again, hysterical. Jord told me to try stand up on a rock before the next wave hit which we both managed to do and that was easier. The surfer grabbed me and told me I was going to be okay and asked me what my name was, but I don't think I ...