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... darn muggy too so we were very sweaty afterwards. The hike was pretty moderate in the end. We came back and had a it nap as we were both knackered. Went to have an early dinner at Cheesecake Factory and ended up going their twice to have dessert later in the ...
... has provided a real spark in Ben's interest in history. He thoroughly enjoyed it, as we all did.
Our last structred day was a winner too. We hired a car, Mustang convertible, to travel the island and continue with some snorkeling and swimming. We went to Hanauma Bay to explore the reef and were stunned that in knee deep water we could swim with a turtle for 15 minutes so closely. They would munch away on the coral ...
... As the plane took off I cast my mind back to all the good times I've had here and I did shed a little tear. I never wanted this year to end but I accept reality has to hit home soon and we still have a few more adventures lined up before that happens. The movie selection was adequate and there were a couple we wanted to watch. The first film we watched was "The Fault in Our Stars" now I'm not usually one for crying in public but this film did make us both blub. We cried and looked ...
... before it even started!
I woke up about midnight and didn't really fall back asleep, so I solved all the worlds problems by 6am Hawaii time....It almost 7am now and we're raring to go...first up Birthday breakfast...then beach.... followed by a Birthday dinner tonight with Toni and Dave .....Toni and Dave are on a Pearl Harbor tour which we are doing after the cruise.
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... the land and added to the equanimity of the island and I never grew tired of listening to such a delightful song, sung by a much loved human being.
Due to regular showers and the sun’s rays through the misty atmosphere above volcanic mountains, rainbows are frequently present throughout the land’s skies. It’s no wonder Hawaii is known as “the Rainbow State”