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... 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
... woman catches our eye and calls, "Do you need any information? Anything I can do to help?" How marvie is that.
After an overnight at a Honolulu airport hotel, we head across to the east coast to Kailua in our rental car where we have a “beach hut” (so named by the owners) for a week. Kailua was tagged by someone here as the "anti-Honolulu", much more tranquil and relaxed. ...
... six full on weeks as well as both now being sick.
Our big tourist activities were both crammed into one long day where we visited pearl harbour and then attended an evening luau. The pick up for our pearl harbour half day tour was a lovely 5.50 am Sunday morning. Anyway we got to pearl harbour and I think we were both still asleep.
We had about 40 mins to look through the visitor centre which was really good before going into the ...
... headed out to get a bite. We couldn't believe how busy it was for a Sunday night. Everything was open and there were people everywhere. We will back here for a week in March, it should be fun!
We fly out at 10:30 tonight on a 9.5 hour to Auckland. From there we will be heading to the Bay of Islands in Northland, NZ for the next 15 days.
Until then everyone take care!
Dave and Cathy
... see a full 180 degree degrees as far as the eye could see. Andrew took some pictures and one of Tony and I too. It was great to catch up and talk about what we have been doing and we we have been. Tony was telling us he was in the movie "Battleship" and taught Liam Neeson to salute ad showed us where right at the junction of the road at the Dias. He is in the end briefly and showed us the Punchbowl, National Veterans Affairs Cemetery where the ceremony was filmed. He was ...