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... wettest places on earth), into and along Waimea Canyon claimed to be the Grand Canyon of the Pacific, and into the crater of an old volcano where we just hovered, turning around, for quite a while and so close to the towering green walls remaining.
Costly, yes. Worth it, yes. And the only real indulgence of our 12 weeks away. And we felt almost guilty! Our photos don't do it justice and we could have purchased a DVD of our actual flight but that didn't do ...
... was very crowded and took about an hour to get to waikiki! Glad they are trying to improve the public transport even if it won't be for a while! So we went to the Apple Store and checked in for our flight tomorrow as apparently we can't do it on our phone! We then went to a few shops and decided on a few more drinks so we found another happy hour!! We made our way to the Cheesecake Factory after. ...
... jeans which are longer and three belts. We went back and bought Issy some gold flats. We got some great service as usual, the lady that served us was recruited out of Armani by the manager who used to work with her. It was only her second day and she was really good. Anyway we took my iPad with me to show evidence of an email to get 30-50 % of everything which we did! Andrew really loves his stuff. I took photos of the receipts of our expenditure today. We ended up going back ...
... a big, sea foam green locker that acts as a closet, desk and chair, small shelf, small TV and DVD player, small fridge, a few hooks on the wall, a skinny shoe organizer, and the tiniest bathroom and shower you can imagine. But hey, we managed to unpack all our things and still have floor room.
After all that John and I got on land in Honolulu and headed straight to the beach. We waited awhile for a city bus to come and it took like 40 minutes to get to Waikiki ...
... destroyer on the harbour floor with various rusted parts above the water . This is the final resting place for the sailors who went down with it. Some oil leakage is still to be seen. No attempt will be made to stop it unless it becomes a major problem.
The positions where the other ships were moored and attacked are all well signed.
Plenty of free time back at the main centre seen us leave about 11:15 am for a return city ...