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... of the Arizona are for free. For everything else you have to pay for, what I will not do, because I've already seen some warships, submarines and Memorials.
Then I get to the security check and the man says that my fanny pack is not allowed! But it's no problem; I can just bring him to the car back and come back. I explain to him then that I arrived by bus on which he looks at me puzzled. I can also for 3 $ deposit ...
... I started feeling like the culture was closer to that of the Maori culture back home, rather than that of Waikiki and its American culture.
At this point (in tiny font and spoken really quickly) I'm going to admit something. I didn't realise Hawaii was apart of Polynesian. In my defence, in the 50 countries we have visited, I had never been to the islands (Dave there are $150 flight to Fiji at the moment - subtle hint chucked in). It's been a few ...
... stop was for me to get POKE which I was very excited about. We stopped and ate in a small plaza that also had Kona Brewery (on Oahu) and ate some poke (I can't remember what the place was called or find it on the map now) then walked over to have some beers at Kona. After a couple beers (and pepperoni rolls, AMAZING) we drove up the coast and ...
Today is Friday and our third day in Hawaii. The time is going very quickly and there is a lot we want to see and do.
We had a tour of the Northern beaches booked for today, and our pick up point was across the road at the Duke statue, and at a very reasonable time of 7.45am. Our tour guide, Jacob and bus driver Captain Dan were very knowledgeable and a lot of fun. We had several different nationalities on board and they tried to make everyone feel at home ...
... time around!
Our last stop of the day was the Polynesian Cultural Centre, where we looked round more shops selling native crafts & goods and designed our perfect homes in our heads, inspired by all of the naturally sourced furniture, throws, cushions and art work. The cheery guy on the entrance took great joy in making fun of our accent, and continued to do a cockney impression to mimic us ...