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... elite, and outrigger canoe surfing was a privilege reserved solely for the Aliʻi,
or Hawaiian royalty. To this day, Waikiki Beach is still the only place in the
world where you can experience the thrill of racing down a wave on an outrigger
canoe. Outrigger canoe's cost $25 per person for all day hire from 9am to 3pm.
It is 10am now and my team and I are heading
down to the beach and the surf looks great. We are all ...
... instead I was frantically asking where Jord was. I saw she was okay and hauled myself up onto his surf board as he asked me to do, and inevitably, my top came right down exposing my boobs in his face at about eye level. Excellent. My bikini bottoms were also making their way down but I just was happy someone was helping. I then saw Jord being helped by a lifeguard who had come off the beach and she seemed to be okay. I of course cried the whole way to shore and the waves ...
... to stay overnight the first 2 days. We were always worried that we could be woken up in the middle of the night by a policeman…not that he would give us a fine, as policemen seemed to be pretty relaxed in Hawaii, but he could definitely ask us to leave. We weren´t even sure if it was legal to sleep in a car in Hawaii or generally in the US. In the end we weren´t facing any problems at all despite sleeping all 5 days in the car.
Day 2: September 15, 2014
... Cher's "If I Could Turn Back Time" video clip - who could forget her coquettishly straddling one of Mighty Mo's 16" guns? It's moored next to Ford Island which we reached over a long concrete bridge. After the obligatory cheesy tourist photograph taken with the ship's six big forward guns in the background we boarded for a 35 minute guided tour of the ship.
This was very interesting, and our lady guide really knew what she was talking about. After seeing the spot ...
... island's celebrated ion to the gods, when no fighting was allowed, and he happened to look like their deity! They showered him and his men with gifts and replenished Cook and his men set sail once more. After running into trouble later he remembered how friendly the islanders had been and returned but Hawaii were out of their festive period and didn't want to give away as much. They also coveted the 'white man's' metal. The tribe stole a ship and burnt it in order to ...