Grand Waikikian Suites by Hilton Grand Vacations
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... where she and Tom had been staying, had made the trip from Fremont
to farewell them. We were able to check
in as soon as we arrived and after completing these formalities we joined them
for breakfast at a nearby restaurant.
finished eating we said good-bye to Glestelle's relatives and Margaret and I
boarded the ship around mid-day.
due to sail until 4.15pm, this would give us time ...
... what seemed like unlimited sneaky mai tais were also included. What better place to form a friendship with a Scottish couple, Sandra and Ally and an American couple, Cristin and Justin - both on their honeymoon and both staying at the beautiful Hilton Hawaiian Village. A hotel us poor kiwis were lucky enough to be smuggled into. With the Hilton towels in hand as the 'secret entry', we had a fabulous afternoon by the pool and on the waterslides. Of course a ...
... little too much batter on her fish collection, but my Bourbon Street Mahi Mahi with grilled shrimp was amazing! Our waitress Molly was lovely too and loved our accents. She asked us whether we found their accent annoying, to which we politely lied that we didn't (sometimes it is a little whiny & squeaky, and everything just sounds like a question). We loved that each table had a blue sign on it too reading 'Run Forrest Run'. Underneath was a red version that read ...
... One thing we had learnt whilst researching Hawaii (Oahu in particular) was the unique foods they have here and we made sure we drove to every corner of the island to sample all of the delicacies that were on offer.
The first foodie stop was up in the North Shore to find the infamous Shrimp Shacks. These are literally vans parked up on the side of the roads and in ...
... of the afternoon enjoying the view from our balcony which included watching the elaborate preparations for a private birthday party on the function terrace below us. We ended up ordering fish and chips from the restaurant downstairs and having dinner on the balcony too. A bit of detective work determined that the birthday party was for David Carey, President and CEO of Outrigger ...