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... instead. We found this ice cream place called Cool Haus and Max, Jordan, and I split a ice cream sandwich. Now the ice cream was good, but the reason we split it (for I definitely could have eaten it all by my self) was because of the price. two scoops of ice cream on 3 small cookies was $9. Good, but next time I'll stick to Dairy Queen. We then headed back to our dorm for the rest of the night and to get to bed for church in the morning
... there, Sharon Hunters parents Bro Stephen and Sis Polly Taylor. Came home for lunch and then went and visited the Citadel Factory Outlets, Jess and Vince both managed to lose their jackets somehow so we needed to buy some more. The prices were very good so they managed to get new ones and Ash and Kristi bought some ski clothes, I bought the cutest little 3 piece suit for Lucas, unfortunately couldn't get one for Josh. On our ...
... you choose served in a waffle bowl. I liked kona lava java, kauai pie and coconut mac nut fudge best. My next activity left from the Hilton dock. I booked a turtle canyon snorkel with Port Waikiki Cruises. The boat left at 1:30 and we got back by 3pm. We saw many turtles and a bunch of trigger fish though the water was quite choppy and visibility wasn’t great.
Back at the hotel I walked around Waikiki taking pictures. I stayed at the beach near the ...
... it was interesting strategy. Vicki and I both changed out of our smelly clothes assuming we could get a shower in the Qantas Club. We headed out to the airport at about 17:00 and the sign said we could not check in until 20:50 which was a real pain. I went and asked a nice lady from Qantas who said of course we could check in so we did without delay, in and out of security through the business ...
whilst the actual travelling is part of travelling (go by land as
much as you can, you really feel like you're travelling and get to
see more local life on your way than you would in a plane) you need
to make sure you have a few days/weeks in places to get a real feel
for somewhere and its people...accept you're not going to see
everything and this becomes easier and you can enjoy the time you do
have in the places you can get to. Also, remember to ...