Inn at Schofield Barracks
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In between nursing school, I visited Hawaii for a few weeks. As timing would have it, my sister had currently been based in Hawaii for the military.
I spend the first few days with a friend from Houston, Michael, who was visiting Hawaii for the first time. We stayed near the waters on Waikiki beach. We toured just about everything there …
Hawaii! I think everyone has Hawaii on their wish list..or at least it should be.
... to go. There are a few tickets allocated to be sold at the gate for each trip on the ferry out to the USS Arizona Memorial. He was able to get a ticket for the same time as mine by getting in line very early.
A tour through the museum was the first stop (after the coffee stop, that is) where we reviewed/learned many facts about the events that happened here in 1941.
War between the U.S. and Japan had been a possibility since the 1920's. In 1931, Japan invaded ...
Started this morning early with a Polynesian Adventure Bus Tour @ 6.45am and we had 15 on our tour withe the guide being Auntie Em. Another very hot day.
We were driven around the City of Honolulu for about 2 hours hours with a couple of stops for photos and our guides knowledge was very thorough. She was a homely Hawaiian woman about 70 years of age and had many stories about early Hawaii and she was obviously a very proud citizen of ...
... dinner at an old-school ‘Tiki Tiki’ restaurant, La Mariana.
It’s a hokey looking joint right on the yacht harbour with cheesy décor and a cool old 2 piece band, both the band members are blind (the seeing kind, not the drinking kind).
We eat some pretty average food made all the more lively by Anteks Antics No. ...