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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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Hi there! Well it's another day in paradise relaxing and doing nothing really! Yesterday I made up for all the exercise I haven't done - I walked and walked and walked - window shopping, just seeing what's out there. Went to Tiffany & co that was the store of the day had no reason to shop at Cartier - lol! I had no place to go so the photo that …
... original Hawaiian descent. On Molokai you will find dream-like beaches, up to 18,000 wales close to shore, and pristine nature. Here you won't find any traffic lights, elevators or McDonalds outlets. The infrastructure is basically like in the 1950s and the locals are proud of itt.
My short flight over from Maui was quite an adventure in its own way: the airplane operated by Mokulele Airways had 8 seats and you had to duck to get into ...
... of the lava flow. We spent a number of hours exploring the national park, which was truly incredible. Dinner at the park camp, then when night was creeping in, we visited the Jagger Museum, to view the crater at dusk. During the day all you could see was steam or sulphur phrenic out. But at night you can actually see the red glow of the lava inside the crater. Pretty cool! Thoroughly enjoyed our Big Island experience, our tour guide was absolutely brilliant and made the ...
... the locals are particularly fond of this incredibly urbanized, tourist area. After returning to the hotel, I did some brief shopping down the street that we visited earlier in the week.
Tomorrow is our proper shopping day though, which should be good. I feel like some relaxing and walking around is on the cards as it will make a nice change from getting on and off buses all the time. It is also our last full day in Hawaii, so I guess we should get started on the packing ...
... and Hazel and we all ended up in McDonalds, where else would you go in Hawaii? Us fitness freaks resisted the temptation and sat and watched instead. We went our separate ways and we were dreading getting back into our stuffy, people filled hostel room. Rummaging around in our bags trying to get organised while the (working) bathroom light and noisy extractor fan was going on. The shower was dribbly, but warm - bonus? Who knows. We managed to unpack nice ...
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