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... the road haha but Andrew got the hang of it by the end of the day. I will have to attempt to drive once we reach the mainland... Eeeek! We moved into our little unit before lunch. It is so nice! You can glimpse the ocean through the palm trees in the front yard and it is only a 2 minute walk to the beach. Velzyland surf break ...
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 ...
... into watch a historical short film with original footage of what happened. It was excellent and really put you in the picture, many other ships went down too but the Arizona was the one that lost the most lives when an armour piercing bomb hit its magazine cache. We loaded onto a boat that took us out to see the sunken Arizona and the White buoys that commemorate the other ships. We took photos of the the wreck where around 900 men lost their lives. Around 20 Surviving veterans of ...
... our first beach stop. Marion assures me that it is called Sunset Beach. We parked on the road and headed in for a dip. Glorious!!! After that we headed further on down the coast, stopping at La,ie Lookout. Stunning views up and down the east coast of the island.
Lunch time involved heading across to a small island with packed lunches. A short boat ride, a walk through ...
... and refuse to allow change and 'progress' enter their territory. On the way back to Honolulu we stopped by Hale'iwa Beach and saw some lovely huge turtles pretty much sunning themselves in the sand, on the shoreline. The beach itself was also beautiful - pure, uninhabited, deserted bar the turtles and one or two swimmers. Heaven! We got back into Honolulu around 6.00pm, pretty tired and sunburnt, but quite satisfied to have seen more of this interesting ...