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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 …
... The talk show hosts continue with the juvenile sexual innuendoes that most of us get tired of quickly. It is Friday the 13th, but I don't know if that matters.
Eventually, we arrive at the dive spot. We watch the short film telling us we could be horribly maimed or die during this event. The speaker in the video says there is no perfect instructor and no perfect parachute packer. There is no perfect pilot. He mentioned everyone that ...
... was formed. Most of the vegetation and birds were introduced in the late 1800s to early 1900s. The crater is more than 3,500 feet in diameter with a 760-foot summit.
The boards say this is The World’s Most Recognized Volcanic Crater. Visitors travel thousands of miles to get a first-hand glimpse of Diamond Head crater, one of Hawaii’s most recognized icons.
The trail was built in 1908 as part of Oahu's coastal defense system. Then, you head up ...
... and other clips taken by Japanese pilots who were mainly in the first wave of the attack. After the video we boarded a large punt that took us to the memorial which sits above the sunken remains of the BB-Arizona.
It was quite moving; walking the length of the memorial, observing the rusting relic, noticing the oil that still today continues to escape from the fuel tanks below the water line. At the far end of the memorial is an inscription the names of all ...
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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