The Lodge at Keneohe Bay
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... Harbor before boarding a boat that took us out to the Arizona Memorial. The memorial is build on top of the remains of the sunken USS Arizona battleship, so you are able to see it rusting beneath the surface of the water. The bodies of the sailors still remain in the ship, as it was decided that they were to be honoured without their bodies being retrieved.
After looking around the memorial, we were taken on the ...
... listened to music on our new headphones, frigged around on our tablets, Andrew surfed the net and we both read our books. In between going in for a swim. We were there from around 10.00 until 2.30 pm which included a swim at the beach. The waves were pumping in better today which made it more fun. The amount of people that pay $2.99 for a blow up plastic lilo or ring is phenomenal. They were getting smashed about when the waves came in, particularly the Japanese, it was ...
... a place where you simply cant avoid getting a bit choked up as well as being quite confronting. It is hard not to really think about things when you can still see the Arizona just below water level (actually some is still above water level) knowing that many of the 1100 casualties are still there.
After a couple of hours there, we boarded the bus and hopped around onto Ford Island ...
... felt things had started well. Not much can be said about the next 8 hours except that about 3am BRISBANE time we drifted sedately into mid Pacific dawn, landed around 8 Honolulu time and were in our room at Hyatt Regency, Waikiki about 9:30. Thanks for the Taxi Les, perfect! After some 'recovery time' we boldly bypassed the cool and inviting resort type coffee shops for the beachside bistro for a tall Kona Wakeup- iced ...
... Lanai during the day. I had a Caipirinha at the beach bar first which has gorgeous views down Waikiki towards Diamond Head.
Even though half the tables outside were empty the maître d' said I could only get one inside, but I didn't have a problem with that. The decor is very nice - white walls with hanging cream drapes and large potted palms breaking the interior into different sections, a half wall lined with Moroccan lamps separates the upper and lower levels, ...