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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.
... more zig zagging to find our way around. Foodland is the supermarket we go to for supplies and that has not been moved so stocking up has been no great problem. Also Walmart and Walgreens are close by so we have purchased some of the things that are well over priced in NZ and some American peanut butter which is delicious. (Penny you may not agree.)The last lot we bought lasted for a whole year!
Other than a bit of shopping the last ...
... the confusion, it's all quite surreal. Actually, it is a confusing place. Pacific Island, complete with "islanders" yet they speak fluent yank; Packed with "Asians", yet it is USA. "Island Time", potholes & shacks, yet high-rise downtown Waikiki. Have to keep remembering where we are. Friday August 9. Going to be a long day, flying out at 11:00pm. Checkout not till 12, so time for a leisurely breakfast (interesting, they vary the selection of food from day to day) fun to ...