Mar 06, 2011
Apr 29, 2011
. After our ride, we make it back to shore and our shuttle bus is taking the long way around the city before dropping us off, first stop Alomoana Shopping Centre. We wanted to check this place out to see if it's changed much, so we jump off and walk around the largest outdoor shopping centre in the world. We don't last too long as it's quite warm today, so we end up having some quick dinner and jump onto a pink shuttle bus back to Waikiki. The traffic is chaotic, there is a parade in town and cars are banked up as we stay stationary for a while. We decide to walk back to the hotel as it's only 6 blocks away. Our car picks us up and takes us to the airport without any dramas, we clear check in and security without any issues and wait for our plane to finally take us home after 8 amazing weeks.
As we wake up this morning, I have butterflies in my stomach as I'm starting to worry about the trip ahead of us tonight at 11:15pm back to Melbourne. How should I pack the bags? Will the bags weigh to much? What time will the car pick us up? I always worry too much, even when I'm on holidays. We go downstairs to have some breakfast and it looks like the entire Imeri camp is feeling the same as me, as nobody eats much at all. We go back to our room and begin the fun process of packing our bags, we started off we 3 half empty bags and now have 4 full bags. We check out at midday and ask the hotel to store our bags as we do one last day of sightseeing, our first stop is Atlantis Submarine ride that goes 100 feet under the water where will see sea life, man made reefs and Shipwrecks. We had to catch a boat out to the submarine and then climb down the steps. As we begin our submerge into the waters the kids are enjoying the ride and got to see some of the sea life in their natural surroundings