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Currently on plane to Hawaii left Sydney Saturday 6.30 pm arrive Honolulu Saturday 8.30 am looking out the window we are catching up with the sun. We just had dinner , chicken rice broccoli beer Heineken cheese jazz water, finished with a pineapple drink, Jason had same except for pineapple drink. Had breakfast apple pineapple coffee yogurt filled …
... After recovering from Cinnabon we ventured out to find the Cheesecake Factory where we stopped for dinner. It was here that we learnt American's love to do things in a big way, including their meals. After sharing an entrée of Rice Paper Rolls (normal in size) we each ordered a pasta dish, which to say the least was massive. From now on it's sharesies for us.
... place on ships, and this afternoon King Neptune will perform a ceremony welcoming all the first timers, or so called Pollywogs into the Kingdom of Neptune. It is a big deal in the nautical world, and historically the ceremony represented a rite of passage for sailors. After completing a series of rituals, the Pollywogs would be considered tough enough for life on the high seas. The Radiance of the Seas takes the crossing ceremony just as seriously as any other seafaring ...
... hats and 4. we only had a 3/4 filled bottle of warm water between the pair of us, which was definitely not enough in the midday heat. The former we knew we'd just about manage without, 2. we utilised as much of Nessy's factor 50 small kiddy tube on all the important areas, 3. I walked with my hand on my head for a lot of the way, and 4. we invested in 2 more bottles of water before our ascent, as it had clearly marked that there was nothing for the public at the top.
... old, witnessed the bombing on 7th December 1941 from his hilltop home. He actually saw and waved to the Japanese pilots, nearly losing his life in the US counter attack. Thousands of people visit The Memorial every day, including a surprising number of Japanese. Do their tour guides give a different perspective? I forgot to ask. The fact that The Arizona Memorial is built directly on top of the sunken vessel where the remains of1,177 servicemen are still entombed makes the ...