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... and hospitality the locals showed us even in the middle of the city. Our hotel was nice and after I negotiated an early arrival 8am and a up grade to a suite for $15 we were in, mum and dad were pooped and the boy was ready for action. The rest of the day went quickly with brekkie and a snooze then some swimming at the beach followed by a walk, shopping and ice cream to finish. Good night ...
... were quite relieved to have it delivered. Air New Zealand's service was awesome!
The weekend weather here was spectacular! Mid 20‘s and lots of sun. We are staying in Waikiki and it is one busy place. Great beaches, restaurants and shopping all in one spot!
A great weekend had a bump in the road as I was hit with some chest pains. These pains bothered me enough that by Monday morning I ended up at ...
As soon as we go into the kitchen and start chatting, Alex comes out of his room and down the corridor to speak to us! I am sure he must be lying in wait, haha! It is okay, we don't really mind but we are trying to make and eat our breakfast!
After a while, I make an escape, heading for the shower and leave Teresa to chat away to him, haha! She later reminds me that I always seem to disappear and leave her alone with him to chat on and on, haha!
We have ...
... That left Diamond Head State Park, another beautiful hike up to Diamond Head Crater with views overlooking Waikiki and downtown Oahu. It was worth the wait, a beautiful way to see the city and say goodbye after 6 amazing months.
My final day before leaving I was finally able to make it to Pearl Harbor. Both my grandfathers served in WWII. Not only for that reason but also for my country I felt it was right to visit and honor those who had passed in defense of ...
... am wearing my new hat in bed while I type my diary and Andrew finally found his nail polish for his bracelet. We caught a taxi to the airport at 8.15 am. We arrived and had to cross load about three kilos out of Andrews main luggage into my little bag. Andrew took out his camera tripods and carried them and we put the two bottles of his grog into my bag. When we arrived to go through security, Andrew realised he wasn't given his Qantas card back ...