Pacific Marina Inn Airport
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Off early out of ho-hum airport hotel. The regular 1/2 hourly shuttle was not so regular at 6am so the hotel popped us into a taxi which was all easy enough.
Out of Honolulu with the usual Air NZ delay! We had paid for a 'no frills seat' but we realised our ticket included movies and meals which was a bonus so our snacks and chippies that …
... one far out performed even Broadway. The Haka, of course, was my favourite.
I thought I would leave the best bit to last, and the reason I was sold on going there. PCC is a not for profit organisation, it's owned by the Church of Jesus Christ and Latter Day Saints (Morman), as is the university next door. (BYU). Seventy percent of the PCC staff, approximately 1,300 employees, are students at BYU Hawaii. Although it is largely a commercial venture, ...
... settled in quickly at the Aqua Bamboo and had time to skype Mathew before we headed out for an early dinner (as we hadn't eaten since breakfast). We walked around Waikiki for a bit after dinner along with thousands of other tourists all doing the same thing. We watched a 'spray can' artist for a while as he was attracting a crowd with his music and antics but we didn't see the finished product as ...
... I'd love to do something like that one day but English beach settings just aren't the same!
Just before we left the beach a big American guy turned up with what we can only assume as his Thai bride. It was horrible to watch as she ...
Up early to spend Anzac morning at Pearl Harbour. I really enjoyed wandering around and spending time in the museums...obviously a sad day in history but an absolute master stroke by the Japanese...and you can't help but be somewhat impressed, like cracking enigma. The Japanese also had a Kaiten, a one man suicide torpedo...even that level of crazy commitment is impressive. It's free to get in and free for the USS Arizona Memorial but get there early, say 7am to line up ...