Eugenia's Palms at Waikiki
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... about 5minutes and then Catherine started complaining that I was getting her too wet. Paradise is exceeding my expectations in more ways than one.
On December 7, 1941, 7:30-9:30 there were the Pearl Harbor bombings. When my family and I went to the museum, I truly had no idea what to expect. I, like most people, knew what generally happened. The Japanese invaded Pearl Harbor to get the U.S.A into World War II. But, it turned out, that there were many more reasons than ...
... all of the dance celebrations from around the South Pacific. There were about 6 different ones and the fire dance performance as a finale.
On arrival there was a lot of traditional activities which the audience can be involved in such as making a woven headband, spear throwing, games and starting a fire with sticks. The food was nice except for the poi...it is apparent that we all did not like it at all. ...
... was exactly a 2 minute walk to Waikiki Beach, so we didn't have any complaints. Many of the other guests were like family having come there for 40 years - some Canadian guests stay for 5 or 6 months of the year!
After settling in we walked down to the beach for a dip. (The weather forecast was for a "chilly" 79F (26C) - lol! This is the cold season in Hawaii.). Once we were in the water we were surprised at how stony the sea bottom was. The waves were ...
... there now, but we did drive round very slowly. The crosses have now been replaced by plaques, so it looked like an open field with flowers scattered around on various plaques.
Back to the hotel by 2:30 and luckily it had stopped raining by now. We ventured down to Waikiki shops where money was spent! We dined at The Cheesecake Factory - didn't see Penny, Leonard or Sheldon!
Another long and busy day, but one we won't forget.
Today we got up early, said goodbye to the mountain tree house, and the Big Island, and flew to Honolulu. The flight was amazingly short. I had barely read two chapters of the book I'm reading (the first 15 lives of Harry August) and we were already descending to land! After some initial effort to get into the centre, we found a taxi and arrived in the city. Thankfully we were able to check in early, and ...
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