Inn at Schofield Barracks
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... fillet with garlic mash and a couple of veg. All very nice. We bought a couple of extra drinks and then watched the sunset before chocolate mouse cake appeared. The highlight of Friday evenings is that you get to see the fireworks that the Hilton Village let off. They were good. Then the band played some groovy music and lots of people got up and line danced (not country style). A great evening to finish off ...
Today is Friday and our third day in Hawaii. The time is going very quickly and there is a lot we want to see and do.
We had a tour of the Northern beaches booked for today, and our pick up point was across the road at the Duke statue, and at a very reasonable time of 7.45am. Our tour guide, Jacob and bus driver Captain Dan were very knowledgeable and a lot of fun. We had several different nationalities on board and they tried to make everyone feel at home ...
Meet up with friends at Honolulu International Airport around 2:30pm, to check in for our 5:30pm flight to Haneda Airport, Japan. Excited to start our trip, to enjoy the awesome Japanese food, to visit and sightsee the many beautiful spots on our journey and do some shopping! I hope we have selected the right time to see Cherry Blossoms, hope for the ...
... either, but the memory lingers on. By the way, Max managed to avoid being airsick and found the helicopter more secure than small planes make him feel, although he did take motion sickness tablets. Kathy never has had motion sickness problems.
Following our flight we had a bite to eat and drove along the south and west coasts. In particular Kathy wanted to find the Captain James Cook memorial which proved to be more difficult than it should have ...
... camera etc. by this time the weather had packed up and had become quite wet. Kelsi and I had to purchase the lovely fashionable plastic poncho raincoats, or what I call rubbish bags with a hood!
We toured around the visitors centre, where there were two exhibit galleries, USS Arizona anchor, the USS Bowfin (submarine), before our 9:30am Arizona Memorial tour. This started with a short film of what happen that fateful day on 7 December 1941. We then transferred ...