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... and a two mile no fly zone which will stuff up a bit of this tour. Anyway we landed in one piece with tussled hair and an appreciation for anyone like army and rescue personnel that stick their bodies out of choppers.
After the chopper we had a little bit of window shopping in Macy’s. Helen got a swimming togs and tried on some dresses for Grace’s wedding. For lunch we met up again with our NZ neighbours Dawn and Graham at ...
Our last day in Hawaii. We decided to go to Downtown Honolulu and see the Royal Palace and statue of King Kamehameha. This was quite interesting. We then tried to find our way to Ward Shopping Centre. As we couldn't find the right bus stop we ended up walking. We thought it was pretty disappointing. We met some Aussie ladies who had been there and evidently we hadn't walked far enough. Tomorrow is a big ...
... and was named Fort Ruger. Evidence of gun turrets and concrete buildings dot the rim of the volcano. Part of the park is closed for use by the US Government. All of the artillery was dismantled in 1950, and none of the guns of Fort Ruger was ever fired during a war.
After our energetic hike, when we got back to the bottom of the crater, we treated ourselves to some Hawaiian Shave Ice. We had seen signs ...
Today we went to Pearl Harbour. I did very well with the driving, I only got lost twice. The Hawaiians need to improve their road signs. We travelled on the main highway across the Island and saw some amazing scenery that we could not stop and photograph. On arrival at P H we were given a few options for tours, one of which was a free one. Just guess which we went for? The fact that we live in Yorkshire might have something to do with it. In spite of that, it was an excellent ...
... room was not made up. The man was not at all apologetic and
just flung a new room key across the desk. By the time we crawled into bed it
was midnight and we had to be up again at 6 to catch a flight to the Big
Island. You would think that having days of little sleep we would sleep like
logs but the air conditioning unit, right above Liz’s bed, was so loud!!! She
eventually switched it off and went from having no sleep to at least a fitful