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As we get ready to head back home, we thought we'd share a couple of last photos from Hawaii. I think we saved the best for last, spending the last night of our trip at a luau at Paradise Cove. As the name suggests, the location of the luau was absolutely spectacular - everything that you'd see on a postcard or tourism campaign ad, we got to see in the flesh. As you would have come to expect, we toasted ...
... who have recently died requested to be entombed with their fallen comrades in the front of the ship. The Missouri docked behind has its front gun facing to be always over watching the Arizona. We saw we we stood with Tony last year on land on Ford Island and had our photos taken with him, Andrew took a picture of that place. The seven, seven and seven gaps in the roof of the memorial denote the 21 gun salute. Andrew took a good photo of it. We picked the best part of the day as the ...
... trees (almost like Mangroves.....but growing outta sand and not water) and having a "picnic-like" lunch.
After lunch, back down the coast, stopping at the Byodo-In Buddhist Temple. This temple is lodged well within some spectacular hills. There whole place is quite serene, with ponds full of massive Koi , a Buddha and Lyre Birds. Just part of the touring deal here in Hawaii.
It was another early morning, up at 6 to get our transfer to the airport. There was a really big queue as it seemed only one lane was open for at least three flights. But being English we bossed that queue without complaints :) Somehow, in his sleep, Joe managed to break the screen on his kindle. Just before the 10 hour flight! We made a quick stop at a book shop before the flight - as this was another flight without food or movies - and we both came away with a new book :) ...
We had to check out of the hostel by 11 so spent the morning packing up again, putting all our warm clothes to the bottom and bringing out the trousers and jumpers we'll need to Australia. We caught a couple of buses back to central O'ahu, going the scenic route again as we weren't too sure of the other way. We got on again with our big packs, it's all in the attitude walking on ...