Fernhurst Residence - YWCA of Oahu
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... that we only have four months to go…and that the time would fly by. These four months will be the last concentrated block of time I'll get to spend with my kids in this miraculous way. Uninterrupted. As a unit of four. Symbiotic and interdependent. Challenging and cloying. All encompassing. Devoted. Mine…all mine, for four more months.
Excerpt from Sam Jackson's Journal:
When our epic stay in the beautiful place known as New ...
... 2 cyclone. The chairs on the balcony moved so we brought them inside and the balcony doors are leaking in the sills because of the wind so we have towels all around them to keep it from coming in too much.
Well, we will see if we haven't blown off the top of this building if we are still here in the morning.
We leave to fly home tomorrow.
Aloha and goodnight
... to shopping heaven. We arrived at Waikele some thirty minutes after leaving Waikiki, and set about doing some shopping. Whilst waiting for coffee, the first of the predicted rain storms hit, and the water fell from the sky in lashes.
We eventually made our way to the shops and set about doing some serious shopping, but not too serious as we do have another shopping day planned in California just before we return ...
... it is in the main street of the little town where it is located. Another quick & cheap lunch, eaten looking at Captain Cook & we headed back east.
On the way we visited a well known blowhole along the oceanfront, and poked our noses into one of their famous tropical Botanical Gardens, but as we didn't have the time to do it justice continued home.
Another little thing to see was what they call their tree tunnel. Many years ago the ...
... what you wanted to take, eg money, phones, camera etc.
We toured around the visitors centre, where there were two exhibit galleries, USS Arizona anchor, the USS Bowfin (submarine), before our 9:30am Arizona Memorial tour. This started with a short film of what happen that fateful day on 7 December 1941. We then transferred to the boat and transported out to the memorial. This was very moving and to see the oil still seeping to ...