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... in fact one little girl came up to me and asked me if she could come back to Australia with me. I've just finished up at the school and I pictured this experience to be totally different but it amazing to work with kids from another culture it is eye opening experience. It is 6pm now and I am just packing for tomorrow I can’t believe how fast my stay in this amazing part of the world has been. I am going to have a early night tonight because I have a realy big day ...
... and fast food chains built on their islands. They grow all of their own food and are a self-sustaining community of people. It turns out that Oahu is the only Hawaiian Island that is like a city - buildings, masses of people, fast food at every corner and luxury shopping. Maui is apparently the most beautiful island of all of them, but unfortunately we will not be visiting there. Also I found out that a third of the population here is Japanese, I ...
... lagoon, numerous ballrooms, conference facilities and twenty-one bars and restaurants. The place is packed with Australians and Koreans. During Happy Hour the bars are full. $5.00 Mai Tai's seem to be the drink of choice. The Hawaiians claim they invented this drink.
We have done a bit of retail therapy. All the big brands are here, Chanel, Louis Vuitton to name a few as well as a whole lot of local brands. We walked along ...
... Haleiwa is said to be the cultural hub of the North Shore. Itīs a laid back surf town packed with local style and country ambiance as well as cool surf shops and boutiques, humble restaurants and charming art galleries. It was actually in Haleiwa where we first spotted a typical Hawaiian surfer: barefoot, wearing only bathing trunks and no shirt, blond medium-length hair, nicely tanned and all wrapped in sand. It was a little bit strange to see people like this doing shopping in ...
... her on the throne.
Caught the bus back to Galleria and checked out the tiny market across the road before having a late lunch of Kung Pao Shrimp at a place called Chinese Garden in the Aqua Waikiki building. It was only a little after 3pm and I had planned on visiting Honolulu Zoo before I left, but it was hot and I could only spend about 90 minutes there so decided to get an earlier shuttle to the airport instead and spend some quality time in the Delta Sky ...