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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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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 …
... no fans. Had barbecue on board, very tasty and welcome, and interesting drinks. Friday night, there are fireworks further up Waikiki beach, we were able to have a great view from our balcony, we have swapped to a sea view room. Then went for a walk, to see the end of a marching parade, kids bands from here and mainland get together once a year to march in a band parade, all very ...
We arrived eventually in Honolulu after a significant delay! Yes Jason had failed to check the e ticket and relied on the electronic itinerary he had setup. Obviously this leg wasn't updated with our new flight time as notified by our travel agent! It was strange but Jason had a feeling that the time had changed - not much good when you've already missed the flight which was 8.05 (we had arrived 8.20 ready for previous 10.20 flight).
... Andrew on to make contact with NCL in Miami. He did that and was put on hold for a while. I decided at 11.00 am to go down to the pool with my book and new Bose Sports headphones I bought for running to keep the sweat out of my ears, a real problem I have. It rained a couple of times but cleared within a couple of minutes and I got deck beds under the trees in the shade so Andrew can read. It's lovely but I do prefer the sun for some periods. Anyway ...
... Most likely people from the USA donīt find anything strange about these road signs. They are meant to warn people, however, isnīt most of these things obvious? Let us mention the best three signs: “No jumping off the bridge” – “Click-it or ticket” – “No explosives inside of the tunnel”.
Last but not least we noticed that being topless isnīt badly seen at all in Hawaii. It seemed to be absolutely natural over there. ...