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Travel Blogs from Honolulu
... On the way to the beach we stopped for a yummy lunch of Udon noodles and fish cakes.
To finish off the day we walked back down to the beach to watch the sunset, beautiful. As I write this I'm finishing off the day with a nice glass of Washington red wine. Ahhh, this is the life.
A very relaxed ...
Joe and Suzanne came to stay with us so we could all be together for our good-byes. We had a great New Years Eve. Since then we've been tooling around. Would have been perfect if it were not for the fact that both Suzanne and Frank came down with nasty colds. We are preparing for our great trek to California, and then cross-country in our Ford with our pup. Going to our new, empty home in ...
... and we tried mai tai for the first time. We had a nice time and the show was fun. However, I think that the one at the Polynesian Cultural Centre may be more authentic and would be my choice, should we visit Hawaii again. We were back at our hotel by about 10:30, and despite out best efforts to stay awake to bring in the New Year some 21 hours after the east coast of Australia, I was fast asleep before any fireworks were ...
... across to date! He yelled over his microphone at the passengers and told people to get down the back of the bus and was just generally rude. Grant also found out that you don't get change on transport here - you have to have the correct change you you pay extra! I think he was a bit peeved about not getting his $2 back from a $10 note! Lesson learned!
Once back at the hotel we decided to hit the beach. Everyone except me went into the water. I was just content to ...
... place where their factory was set up like a zoo. Basically people worked hard at their jewellery-making behind the glass while we peeped in. It felt pretty uncomfortable being forced to look in on them while they were working. I wondered whether they could see us through the glass. We also had to watch a video where we learnt about black coral and pearls before being escorted to their jewellery store. We subtly walked through, trying to look interested as to not appear ...
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- Great Fun
- Definitely not on my top 100 hostel list!
- Not Recommended
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