Eugenia's Palms at Waikiki
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... morning and we were afraid that traffic would make us late). We made it in good time and the flights from Honolulu to Sydney and Sydney to Adelaide were comfortable and relaxing.
Michelle (Max's youngest daughter) kindly met us at the airport at about 10pm and took us the last leg of our journey. Honey was delighted to see us and Michelle shared a cup of tea with us before we gratefully headed to to our own bed for the first time in 12 weeks!
... for half the shops, signs and people being Japanese... It was like Japan.... Only not, I guess. There was a huge cruise ship docked in as well, can't say I've ever been that close to one. The streets were also PACKED with stores, apartments and hotels. Lots of Christmas decor and lights. We also drove past "Luxury Row", which has rich stores such as Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Hugo Boss and Gucci. Although at the other end of the scale, there seems to be ...
... six full on weeks as well as both now being sick.
Our big tourist activities were both crammed into one long day where we visited pearl harbour and then attended an evening luau. The pick up for our pearl harbour half day tour was a lovely 5.50 am Sunday morning. Anyway we got to pearl harbour and I think we were both still asleep.
We had about 40 mins to look through the visitor centre which was really good before going into the ...
... in there too this time. I don't think they could quite work us out as we hadn't stayed there for 2 nights. We had been living 2 different lives! We made the most out of the free pancakes they offered every morning though, not missing out on free food! Our stable breakfast each morning had been pancakes and boiled eggs, cooked to perfection. Apart from the time I cooked them, sigh!
All our stuff was packed and we had checked out, luckily we could leave our ...
... returns to the table, and before I can say anything she says, "I'll pay this time. You paid yesterday." So I hand her the check and said, "sure, here you go!" I wish I took a picture of the expression on her face when she saw the bill. :-)
We walked around some more, trying to find coffee. Contrary to what people on Facebook claim, there seems to be more cookie places than coffee places. Along the beach anyway. I finally found a ...
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