Paradise Bay Resort Hawaii
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsParadise Bay Resort Hawaii Kaneohe
Only stayed one night as really out of our budget.
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... and who was present in Pearl Harbour that fateful day. He was later stationed in Brisbane. Yvonne was in the WRENs and Les was in on a submarine which came up the Brisbane River. Yvonne semifored the ship and asked them to identify themselves. Les was on the bridge, he grabbed some flags and signalled for her to tell him her phone number. And so began one of the loveliest and most successful marriages I ever knew. It was nice to honour, and think of them both today as we toured this ...
The final leg of the safari continues down the east coast, and around the SE corner returning to Honolulu. This leg really shows off some of the spectacular scenery and mountains of the eastern coast of Oahu. These mountains really need to be seen to be believed, pictures and words just don't do them justice.
One of the stops was the Pali lookout, this gave an opportunity to view the mountains and down onto Kailua, Waimanalo and Kailua. ...
... the geological and military history of this volcanic crater, with much of the trip a natural rocky surface. On our ascent, we continue up many steep stairs and through a lighted 225-foot long tunnel. The view of the shoreline of southeastern Oahu from Koko Head to Wa'anae is stunning, and well worth the ...
... massive thing I've ever seen. The aircraft carrier costs 7 million dollars a day to run. SEVEN MILLION DOLLARS A DAY?! Holy moly. It's easy to see why though. It houses 5,000 people and I'm not kidding was the biggest ship I've ever seen in my life. Planes can literally take off and land on it. I'm usually not into ships and planes and that kind of stuff, but it was actually really cool to explore them. Now I can at least picture what my kids ramble on about when they're ...
... Belly for lunch: huge steaming bowls of ramen with bacon, sausage and pork belly, along with shrimp dumplings with an edamame avocado purée and lamb lumpia. For dinner: Little Village Noodle House, where we had moo shu pork, beef chow fun, lamb stir fry, and the piece de resistance: sizzling black cod in black bean sauce. You know, even though we've been doing swimming, hiking and walking for exercise, I think I'm still gaining weight. I wonder why that is?