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I arrived at Tokyo Narita airport after 1.5 hours on the metro to be told my flight had been cancelled. After the initial shock wore off, I was able to get my act together and hurry like the wind to the other terminal where they had been able to book me on a flight by Japan Airlines, which would depart in less than an hour. The staff at Japan …
... very well indeed. We are little over the huge meals and as of day, have changed our strategy...one main with sides to share. Today was such fun. We headed to North shore. Headed off on Highway 1 which became Highway 2 and lots of other highways in between... With both coffee and pineapple plantations abutting the highway for miles and miles. The North shore is indeed very beautiful. We ...
... and what we need to know about pickup -- you know, the things she has to say 900x a day everyday she works -- and she stopped, looked up at as and almost blushed when she said, "I'm sorry if I'm talking fast." I was like, "Honey, you're just talking mainland speed." Then I realized we probably sound like we pre-recorded our sentences and played them at 4x. An island time reminder from our days on Tybee in Savannah. Traffic slows down ...
... and buffet .The performance Tales of the Pacific was outstanding and the buffet meal just delightful We also enjoyed the Piña Coladas. Our last night we arranged to go to the Hawaii Prince hotel for the seafood buffet. It cost $50 per person and had been voted Honolulus best buffet and we have to agree it was well deserved .Returned to our hotel in the latest Lincoln stretch limo ended up an amazing evening What did we think of Hawaii just great Lots to do ...
... marine life and is one of the O'ahu's best offshore islands. You can see Chinaman's Hat from numerous vantage points along the coast but the best view is to actually go out to the island. You can walk there during low tide but the best way to get there is via kayak. On the island is a small beach nestled in a secluded cove. There is also a small cave carved out of lava and a steep volcanic cone perfect for exploring. The view of the Koolau Mountains, Mokapun ...