The Lodge at Keneohe Bay
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... first section, but Alex boldly went on with Liz clinging for dear life to the
side of the truck. Liz was pleased to volunteer to check the track and was glad
she did when she saw one of the trucks wheels leave the ground. After about 2
miles, we had had enough of being shaken around and realised that we didn’t
even care about seeing this beach. The trip back, now that we knew the terrain,
seemed quite easy and sedate and we’re not sure what ...
... named after Queen Kapiʻolani, the queen consort of King David Kalākaua, is home to the Waikiki Shell and the Honolulu Zoo.
From here, just across the road, we get our first proper view of the world famous Waikiki beach! We stop and stare and not for the first time on this trip, we cannot believe we are actually here, after watching so many programmes on TV centered around Waikiki beach!
Like little children we dash ...
... activities for the stay. Outlet shopping Rainforest walk Volcano tour including helicopter ride 2 hour kayak $1600 later Called the kids at mums house. Went for a walk and after asking the concierge where we can find bubble tea, we found it and loved it! Continued our stroll and went back to the hotel at about 9.30pm and then I was zonked! Couldn't remember face timing the kids much. Both slept until 7am next ...
... 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 ...
Caught the bus at 6:45 for Pearl Harbour, this went through the early morning peak hour traffic jam which was a bit surprising to see. Once clear of the city and the Interstate highway No 1 had a clear run.
Being out there early gave us easy access to the visitor centre and exhibits.
The main thearte showed a movie on why and how it happened.
Out of the movie and onto a boat to the Arizona Memorial. One can look down and ...