Airport Honolulu Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- 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 …
... arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12.8000001907349px; line-height: normal;">We drove to the whole foods market in Kailua where we got some freshly made quesadillas to go! We headed to Lanika beach. I'd read that the beach has been rated as the 8th best beach in the world but as Jess and I turned down the first alley, the steps that would usually provide access to the beach were awash with crystal clear sea water! We poked our heads around the corner and could see ...
- Do hire a car in Maui, only hire a car for maybe a day in Oahu. - Don't book a sunrise tour unless you have a car or there is a hotel pick up. - Do wear sunscreen on your legs when kayaking. - Do make sure your credit card has not expired. - Do not just stay in Oahu, do head to one of the islands (Maui, Kauai, Big Island). - Don't catch bus no. 23 to Diamond Head, do take the no. 2 instead. - Don't feed the turtles. - Don't kayak unless you can stay afloat. - ...
Cycling again today. Sue, my new roomie from Canada (born in Hong Kong) and I have rented bikes for the day and off we went. Along the beach and around the crater of an old extinct volcano. At some point we locked the bikes and walked inside the crater via a man-made tunnel. Then, we hiked up to the crest of the volcano like many other tourist. One Asian guy had crippled legs and needed crutches for ...
... morning and we were afraid that traffic would make us late). We made it in good time and the flights from Honolulu to Sydney and Sydney to Adelaide were comfortable and relaxing.
Michelle (Max's youngest daughter) kindly met us at the airport at about 10pm and took us the last leg of our journey. Honey was delighted to see us and Michelle shared a cup of tea with us before we gratefully headed to to our own bed for the first time in 12 weeks!