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... 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.
... what we were feeling like we needed. We sat in the window seats under the heated lamps, wishing we'd taken another layer out of our packs before embarking on our stroll. Following Joe's Aunty Jen's advise, we ordered two glasses of bubbly realising it was also my brother and Shona's 1 year wedding anniversary (congrats to them!). I was in need of an early night after not managing any sleep on the plane and suffering with the time difference. We'd make a plan of action in the ...
... time. The security lines snaked out of the terminals and down the street. We had plenty of time to stand around though. Lift off to Papeete, Tahiti was a little late but a smooth flight (except for the iTunes rental that failed halfway through and left us cliffhanging and another request from the crew for doctors, nurses, EMTs, or firemen). Something about these South Pacific flights I guess. Landed in Papeete. Greeted by ...
Yesterday was somewhat ambitious, so we went into today with one primary goal in mind: visiting Pearl Harbor. Pearl Harbor is famous in history and rich in tales of fortitude and bravery. I had gone into the experience thinking I was going to learn details about the day of the attack, and become more well-versed on the history of World War II.
What I didn't expect was the indescribable mix of emotions you feel when confronted with the feeling of ...