Resortquest Waikiki Beach Hotel
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... Day people write messages for lost loved ones on lanterns and float them onto the sea. It was actually bedlam with people everywhere some people had lined up for hours. A Matheson team talk was held and it was decided that we couldn't see anything so we decided to give it a miss and went and had tea instead at the nearby ...
... restaurants and dining rooms use.
We then met the ship's HR officer who told us about various activities that were organized for crew members, and then we visited the ships laundry. The ship has its own dry cleaners and laundry service with big dryers and double barrel washing machines that can wash 100 kilos of laundry at a time. It was a whole new world down there. We take for granted our clean towels, sheets and tablecloths etc.
After this, we were ...
... buying a designer wallet were my main priority. I spent a fortune but I got everything I wanted and more. Not being a beachy person and being with my mum, theres really not much else to do here. We went to Pearl Harbor, went to the Polynesian Culture Centre and they were great but I think Hawaii really only needs 5 ...
... Thanks to all the friendly bus drivers and passengers our morning trip went smoothly.
We started our walk in the relative cool of the morning. I think we saw every monument, palace, and place of significance in downtown Honolulu. The prize was walking through the state capitol. As many of you know, we're trying to walk around and through every state capitol. Check off one ...
... the invasion. One of the reasons was to knock out our most powerful, tactical, and skilled military base. But the island was well protected. In fact, it was protected by dozens of battleships, a few hundred planes, and the state of the art radar (of course, compared to today's radar, the old radar is terrible. But back then it was a miracle of modern science). So the island would not be a pushover. What they did a year before the bombing was make a plan to sail the aircraft ...
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