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... built here at the request of a Westerner of Buddhist faith, who spent most of his life in Hawaii. It was built in the 1960s to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the first arrival of Japanese immigrants to Hawaii. It was fantastically pretty, the mountains behind it served as the perfect backdrop. We walked through, saw the Buddha, koi fish and the small gift shop. I can't say I was expecting to see any Japanese temples while I was here, so it was certainly ...
Our dear friend Cissy, a Honolulu resident for the last ten years, picked us up in the early ...
... kym had a pesto pasta salad. Went back to the hotel where kym was absolutely zonked out. She slept for a few hours and woke at 4pm. Whilst kym slept, I had a quick swim and bought a new SIM card for the iPhone 4 so we can call the kids. We went to PF Changs for dinner at happy hour. 2 servings of pork dumplings Dynamite chicken San chop bow Springs rolls Too much food again! Went back to the hotel where we ...
... the end of the day we will get tired from all the swimming/hiking/walking so I’ll take hot Jacuzzi bath in my hotel. Day 4: We will visit Pearl Harbor. First we will buy tickets for the attractions at Pearl Harbor. The Arizona memorial is the most popular attraction in Hawaii. It was built to commemorate the 1,177 men that died on the USS Arizona battleship. The whole attraction is 75-minutes long. Then we will ...
... on the right hand side of the ceremonial Dias. We looked around the cemetery and was interested in the religious signs on the headstones. We weren't sure what they meant, Tony was going to check, it had him thinking as well as whether bodies were actually in the ground or whether they were never found. Our next stop was a bit after 11.00 am where we met Michelle at the Ward Centre at a local burger joint called Kua'aina Sandwich. Michelle looked awesome, she had lost a lot of ...