Airport Honolulu Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Our last leg of our trip to the U.S. is on the island of Oahu, nestled on Waikiki beach, Waikiki looks a little like the Gold Coast of Qld, lots of tall hotels lining the foreshore. Our hotel is located two blocks from the foreshore, a five minute walk. Lots of couture shops to walk past to get to the beach. LOL! Diamond crater early morning hike …
I woke at 1.46 am and had trouble going back to sleep. I finally did and eventually woke up at 4.45 and did a bit of research on the cruise and what each island offers. I found we are only ten minutes from Pearl Harbour and woke Andrew up to suggest we go there this morning. We showered, had an Atkins bar, Andrew had a coffee in the room and I …
... quiet lagoon where it would be a great place to learn to paddle board. We walked all through the Hilton gardens and pool area, and there were no signs saying the pools and this area were for guests only. We spoke to someone who just got out of the water, and he said the water temperature was freezing in the pool, much colder than the sea, which is about 25 degrees, so I doubt if I will be swimming there.
The colour of the sea ...
I think we're just now starting to slip into vacation mode. Today was much less hurried than yesterday. After breakfast at the hotel we made our way back down to the bus stop. The main bus corridor in Waikiki is just a block down the street, so we're very close to transportation. Along the way we stopped at Starbucks for a cup of Kona coffee.
As I was finishing my coffee our bus pulled in to the stop and we were soon on our way to Diamond ...
... two weeks for a trip to Hawaii. I would recommend that you spend 3-4 days on Oahu to relax a bit at the beaches and recover from your jet-lag, then head over to Big Island for 3-4 days and conclude your trip in Molokai (2-3) to do some wale watching and diving. I hope this gives you a bit of an idea of the place.
I just wrote this sitting at Starbucks in Auckland after a 20h journey from Honolulu via Sydney to here. Going to take a nap now...