Eugenia's Palms at Waikiki
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... 11 year old boy that watched the bombers from railroad tracks that ran near the beach of Pearl Harbor. We also visited Baileys Antiques and Aloha Shirts. They have used, new and antique shirts. Prices ranged from $4 to $4000. They have 15000 shirts crammed into a little shop, but it's a great place to find Hawaiian shirts. The owner said Dave looked like a young, better looking version of Anthony Bourdain :) We bought 3 shirts for the price of one on Waikiki ...
... learn in rough waves or the sea.
Our stand-up paddleboard instructor had us step straight from the little jetty on to the paddleboard, and it probably took me about 3 or 4 minutes to get my balance and the hang of it, and after a couple of wobbles, we were on our way. At first I kept looking down and nearly lost my balance, but following the instructors advice, I looked ahead and was very proud of myself that I did not fall off or even get my feet wet. ...
... our favourites and we devoured 4 in one go...opps!
Lastly we had to try Kalua Pork, a whole pig cooked underground for 14 hours until the meat falls off the bone. By chance, we were in a locals bar one evening having a drink when we got chatting to a guy called Don and ended up having a few games of darts with him. It turned out that he was a chef who worked in a hotel ...
... out and help, though Alex still did this tentatively and raced back to the
car once we realised there was nothing to see.
We were pleased to return to Oahu, thinking we had left the
cold behind and could now enjoy sunning ourselves in Waikiki. The first day, we
took it easy, did some shopping and walked along the beach. Saturday, we caught
the bus to the North shore to check out the giant waves. It was a good 2 ½ hour
bus ride where the ...
... you wish to know what we did to have the day summed up in those words. The first thing that we did was of course, eat. My breakfast was a pile of eggs, 5 vegetable dumplings, a mini frittata, and a banana. After that was finished, we took a tour of the entire resort and figured out what we were going to do. When we got back to the hotel room my sister and I got changed into our swim suits so we could go to the pool. The pool that we wanted to go to is not just your ordinary ...
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