Inter Club Hostel
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Honolulu
... to shower with, herbal essence shampoo and conditioner, Dermalogica Cleansers, exfoliators and moisturisers, Nivea soap and of course Wella hair oil... The real necessities of travelling right? We felt slightly more human. Until we had to both try and make our top bed bunk beds with our, hopefully fresh, tumble-dried sheets. It was hard trying not make a noise as the room was now full and we were the last, annoyingly noisy people to go to sleep. The time difference was ...
... can fit it all in! We watched some TV and hung out for the night. We skyped mum again and saw the girls. Jazzy is protecting Smudge when Georgie starts to play. She stands in between all the time and pushes against mums legs to keep Georgie away from Smudge. It's beautiful to see. Mums done a great job of looking after the girls and I'm looking forward to spending some time with her when I get back although she's going to be busy in the last week before she goes back to ...
... was get out past the coral and then we were on the sand bar. Once we had got over that I got to my feet very bravely and started doing it properly - 30 seconds later a wave came over and knocked me off. I was fuming. It's so frustrating. Luckily the board was attached to my leg so it couldn't be taken away with the wave. We gave up with the paddle boarding and sat on our boards catching some rays and trying to relax. This was pleasant. The though of getting back worried ...
... to wear life vests and there is a long announcement about safety and rules. We have to do one each cruise which is great but I can see how people get kind of sick of them.
After crew drill we had a quick rehearsal to run our Welcome Aboard show, oh and Regina, our teacher from California arrived today! So that was exciting and a little nerve-wracking as well. Then I had to quickly get dressed and put make up on and all that to greet at the doors for the show that was going ...
... Makapuu Point Lighthouse until we reached Sandy Beach Park. We found out that this beach park didnīt have any opening hours and it was actually full of people like us. Everybody was either camping or sleeping in the car. In fact itīs possible to camp in most of the beach parks on Oahu, however, you have to obtain a special permit, otherwise they will kick you out.
Day 4: September 17, 2014
That day we planned to visit Pearl Harbor. We had read that the ...
Other places to stay in Honolulu
Waikiki, Honolulu | Hostelfrom $55
- Great Fun
- Definitely not on my top 100 hostel list!
- Not Recommended
Waikiki, Honolulu | Hostelfrom $15
Waikiki, Honolulu | Hostelfrom $34
Waikiki, Honolulu | Hostelfrom $14
Honolulu, Honolulu | Hostelfrom $45
Waikiki, Honolulu | Hostelfrom $18