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Today I am joining a team of 6 people
that I have met in the resort, and we are going to hire a out rigger for the
day at Waikiki beach. The outrigger canoe ride of today was derived from the
original sport that was beloved by the elite of old Hawaii – outrigger canoe
surfing. Outrigger canoe surfing is a sport that is unique to Hawaii, and, more
specifically, to Waikiki. In old Hawaii, Waikiki was the playground of ...
... enough what my Dad has warned me about when swimming anywhere. I guess all that lecturing does take it's toll. As we came up again I could see a surfer coming to help and I must have already been crying because then I realised I was again, hysterical. Jord told me to try stand up on a rock before the next wave hit which we both managed to do and that was easier. The surfer grabbed me and told me I was going to be okay and asked me what my name was, but I don't think I ...
... installed our “provisional” bed. Just when we made ourselves comfortable a police car appeared and we were asked to move because the beach park was about to be closed. That was how we learnt that the beach parks didnīt serve as a spot for overnight stays because they are generally closed from 22.00 until 6.00. It was hard for us to understand why but we decided to respect it even if the gate remained open all night long. However, we spent hours by looking for a ...
... back at the shuttle bus stop by 10.30 it would be "Aloha" so I decided not to shell out $12 for a 10 minute tour of the submarine and headed to the meeting point.
Next stop was the battleship Missouri. Launched in 1944 and the last of its kind ever built for the US navy, Missouri is most famous for being the place where the Japanese signed the surrender document that ended the Pacific war. Or if your completely clueless about history, you might know it as the ...
... set up where taster pots were laid out with all the different flavours. Joe tried a bit of them all and I sampled the flavoured tea and even the chocolate hazelnut one - although not entirely convinced by either as a non-hot drink consumer. We exited through the gift shop and clambered aboard one last time. During the drive back to the airport we saw the... Kealakekua bay overlook This is the famous site where captain cook landed. The first time he came aboard was ...
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- Great Fun
- Definitely not on my top 100 hostel list!
- Not Recommended
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