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Took a public bus to Hanauma Bay.Snorkel,depth is knee high,a lot of colorful fish.Pickup up by Beng and Jean.Dine at Willows Restaurant.Nice ambience.over a pond,and local Hawaiaan food.
Breakfast at the hotel.
Walk to the Hawaian Village.
Went to the branch of Bishop Museum.at the Hilton Village
The collection is Hawaina.
Raining hard all day.
The wedding was in a small chapel
The wedding is military.
The guests were bus to 26 miles to Ihilani Hotel and Resort for rection.
It was grand and look expensive.
Took the Waikiki Trolley for sightseeing.2 and half hours.
Lunch at Sbarros.
Went to the Waikiki Aquarium.
Saw the sea dragon and a live chambered nautilus.(2)
Also a giant Palawan Clam.
Walk along the Waikiki Beach.
Lots of surfers.
Took a taxi to Dave and Buster for dinner and New Year Celebration.
Went back to hotel at 1 am.
... of Haleiwa. It went from a commercialized city to straight up mountainous regions surrounded by coffee plantations and every fruit tree imaginable. It felt like something out of a movie. Spielberg, seriously dude, where were you?
The day concluded with another delectable journey to Bansai Sushi. It was my treat as it was my last night in Hawaii. I sure will miss that island. What I'll miss most includes: Megan and Micheal's abode, ...
... a hike. Saturday morning we were up and at ‘em and arrived at Diamond Head a little after 6. Diamond Head is one of the most famous hikes in Hawaii, and we were all pretty excited to get started. It was actually way busier than I expected, but we were still able to get up it pretty easily. You could tell this hike was way more traveled than the one we did last time, as it was partly paved at the beginning and there were railings all the way up to the top. Once you were ...