Aloha Paradise Inn
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... be even bigger waves.
The last stop on the tour was the Dole Plantation, the biggest pineapple plantation in the world. We had what is called "Dole-Whip", a pineapple sorbet that is sold nowhere else. Although it was very delicious, I couldn't eat it all - I don't think I will ever get used to these American-sized servings! There was a huge gift shop there so we just looked around for a while there until it was time to get back on the bus. There ...
... the discount. It needed an insert to make it smaller for my head. Andrew was ***** eyed and went back and bought it with our normal credit card later. He wanted to buy it for me. We walked on and around into the market place up Dukes avenue and then came back to the Stupid Factory shop to buy Andrew his T-shirt he wanted which said "For the last I am not a retard". Can't wait for him to wear that to work and get into strife. He got a $5.00 off because he had to bring back ...
... came back and Russell into bed at 8pm as early start, 51/2 hr flight and 3 hr time change took its toll.
We are odd ones here, as there are Japanese everywhere, 40 % of population is Japanese plus a big concert here on the weekend by a Japanese band similar to One Direction. Bus loads follow bus loads. Might not have did the job with Pearl Harbour but are here now, or can I not ...
... gradually blur and fade. Wounds heal. Generations move on. Excellent tour guides every day. We have learnt much and chatted with people from many places. We will definitely come back as there is much to see and life is so relaxed. Good coffee has to be sought out and is around $4.30+. Some Kiwi's from Christchurch said they pay $5.50 for the basic small cap. Tomorrow we head for San ...
Took a detour up Lewers Street and found a busy bar in a tree lined mall called Yard House which advertised itself as having the world's largest selection of tap beer. Found an empty seat in front of one of the TVs, ordered a pint of Cherry Wheat beer and watched a bit of the South Dakota v Arizona game. I asked the guy next to me what would be an appropriate amount to tip the barman, and he said 20% so I left $1.50 on the bar. It was dark outside now and the ...