Inn at Schofield Barracks

563 Kolekole Avenue, Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii, 96786, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Wahiawa area of Honolulu, is near Dole Plantation, Ke'e Beach, Kukaniloko Birthing Stones, and Wahiawa Botanical Garden.
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    Day 6 - Volunteering

    A travel blog entry by danhoward on Jun 06, 2015

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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 ...

    The Day we Thought it was Over

    A travel blog entry by erotergum on Oct 11, 2014

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    ... NOT the one in Bracknell. I then realised the waves were breaking over said rocks and coral and knew what was coming. I had visions of her tumbling off her board in the break and cracking her head open on them, and I started to freak out again. I said to her nervously that I think she should try and move away, but before I could even panic the wave hit us and it all went black. The coil attaching my ankle to the board got caught on the rocks and I was tumbling around ...

    USA - Hawaii (Oahu)

    A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Sep 15, 2014

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    ... we walked around a bit and discovered a few interesting attractions, like for example the world´s largest maze or pineapple express (a train bringing people around the plantation). Nothing was obviously for free (e.g. the maze cost USD 5 per person).

    Then we kept on driving a few miles to the north until we reached a historic surf town, Haleiwa, where we had dinner. In “Killer Tacos” they had soft tacos for USD 2,29 and we also bought one sandwich in ...


    A travel blog entry by kstubbs97 on Sep 06, 2014

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    ... documentary on Pearl Harbour. The "good" seats are the ones in the first two rows next to the exits which allows you to race to the naval launch waiting outside to take you to the Arizona Memorial and secure one of the dockside seats that offer the best photo opportunities.

    The Arizona Memorial is a white rectangular structure built over the sunken wreck of the great battleship, parts of which you can still see. There's a shrine at the far end with the names of all ...

    Hawaii 5-0

    A travel blog entry by stephjoe on Aug 18, 2014

    ... there totally naturally! Punalu'u black sand beach Our next stop was on to the volcanic ash beaches. As we pulled up Sam explained that there are sometimes sea turtles that come up to sunbathe on the black sand. There is a rock circle that has been designated a people free zone specifically for them and you must always keep a distance of 10feet away so as not to be deemed to be harassing them. We scuttled out of the bus desperate to see a sea turtle and dashed onto the ...