Harbor Arms Apartment Hotel
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... small - can't imagine living in such a confined space in such close proximity to almost 2 thousand others). Tomorrow we're off to explore the famous Ala Moana shopping centre - or at least I am, probably won't be too far into our excursion before Michael finds a quiet place out of the way to sit and play Clash of Clans! Hey, whatever works... Our last planned activity is a traditional Hawaiian luau, which ...
... for our hair and some lei's (the flowery garlands). It's so much fun. When you go into a shop everyone says ALOHA and we feel like we are in a film - OMG perhaps we are!
We finally found a spot on Waikiki Beach and it was packed. Tourists everywhere. The sand was great and it wasn't full of coral and shells like Samoa and the water was perfectly clear but the beach in Samoa was practically private and this was packed with people - ...
... told to wait in the 'lounge' multiple times. Room was boiling hot, no fan, no curtains, and the shower didn't work. Great start, considering we were running low on energy. All the staff were useless except one, who got us a fan and cleaned the AC filter. Nap time! Slept until 8 - whoops! Holiday is just a different word for walking - so we walked. And walked. Tried to have dinner at the Cheesecake Factory (will try again, just ...
Today we slept in....then went and bought ourselves 2 Panama hats after Lynda went to gym....then off to bus depot again to get bus to take us on a submarine...my first experience...was superb...mind you the fish and coral was nothing like Australia! No coral at all...just man made objects and a crashed plane and shipwreck...not many fish ...
... walk along the beaches and then had a nice swim in the clear waters of the lagoon and a lie in the sun - we need some before returning to the winter in Canberra! Our afternoon has been very laid-back: sitting under the coconut trees and reading. Tomorrow we are looking forward to linking up with Tom and Helen Marshall when we go to Kau'i. It is lucky they are so abstemious as we would not wish to indulge in further beverages. ...