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Landed early in the morning and decided to catch a cab to the hostel. Sara and Margaret arrive this afternoon, so i have the morning to myself. The taxi drops me in the wrong place, but luckily when asking for an internet cafe to get the hostel's details, i am directed to the hostel itself.
I meet up with Sara and Margaret and we plan our …
Woohoo! I have always dreamed of going to Hawaii, and it finally happened. Jeremy, Chris and I board our flight at 9am to Honolulu connecting to Maui. Flight was great. Got to Honolulu and had to wait on our connecting flight. We looked around and ate. Hawaii already looked beautiful. Day 1- (Maui)- Arrived at the Banana Bungalow, OMG...NO …
... far less tourism over here and a very different feel. We drove all the way to the end of the road and hiked out to the tip of the island called Ke'ana point to see the albatross.
The hike is along the coastline and we were entertained with whales spouting the entire way. Looking down over the tide pools we spotted the very endangered monk seal. I was sure it was dead because it was ...
... No water pressure. Ugh!
Less than 6 hours later we arrived in Honolulu. The flight was pleasant - I watched a Chinese soap on my iPad which killed the time well. The landing was so smooth that you could hardly feel it! As we stepped out of the plane, we immediately felt the wave of heat, until we got into the airport which was air conditioned. It was almost unbelievable that we left the snow country at home and came ...
Today, those of us who felt a bit better went to the beach. It was idyllic to sit beneath the palm trees. Thanks to a recommendation we had dinner at Duke's restaurant,, and apart from the lovely main courses, we shared the best dessert known to mankind - hula pie. It was an Oreo crust, ice cream, then whipped cream, chocolate fudge topping and macadamia nuts. ...
TravelPod Member ReviewsBanana Bungalow Waikiki Beach Honolulu
Had a great time while staying here. Got a great deal. Since I was there for a month they made it $10 a day which came to only $300 for the entire stay. Great location and nice rooms. Heck, I was in paradise so I was on cloud 9 the whole time.
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