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Today was a little disorganised. We decided that we would hire a car to see a little of the island. It took ages to organise so we got on the road later than we'd hoped. So after an upgrade to a yellow convertible we headed off. Pearl harbour wasn't an option as being Memorial Day weekend it was really busy so we opted to drive long the coast. We found ...
... was a nice white building. Under the building was a ship that sank during the attack. 400 Japanese planes flew over pearl harbour on 7th of December 194!. It was all very interesting.
At bed we got amazed with unexpected fireworks. It lit up Honolulu and was a great surprise.
... the invasion. One of the reasons was to knock out our most powerful, tactical, and skilled military base. But the island was well protected. In fact, it was protected by dozens of battleships, a few hundred planes, and the state of the art radar (of course, compared to today's radar, the old radar is terrible. But back then it was a miracle of modern science). So the island would not be a pushover. What they did a year before the bombing was make a plan to sail the aircraft ...
... reefs here each further out in the ocean than its predecessor – the strength needed to just paddle out there rules out wannabes. Waves were modest when we’re there (maybe 8 feet), still lots of bobbing heads out on the horizon waiting for a good one.
Shrimp Trucks: Shrimp trucks pepper the north shore every half mile or so. Cooked ...
The second day of our trip called for a sleep in and then a tour of the North Shore in the afternoon. After the Luau last night I have that Mele Kalikimaka song going over and over in my head which is driving me (and Billy because I keep humming it) insane.
Before our trip of the North Shore we thought we would squeeze in some lunch. There was a pizza shop right across the road from where our tour bus was meeting us so we decided ...