BC: We couldn't ask for a better time and place....... Mahalo Hawaii .... Aloha!!!
FC: Hawaii April 2009 | Aloha!!! | Mahalo!! | Welina!!! | '_Okale Maluna
1: Our First Evening - Germaine's Luau. Luau means "party" and we certainly got a glimpse of how fantastic Hawaiian hospitality and culture are
2: Breakfast at the Hilton's oceanfront restaurant listening to the soothing sounds of the Pacific Ocean
3: Second Day Activity - Snorkeling at Hanauma Bay - A bay created during volcanic eruption creating a natural habitat for thousands of aquatic species
4: Romantic Dinner at the Keo's - Thai Place (as you can see from the pictures we were well fed :)
5: Third Day Diamond Crater Hike - A spectacular view of Waikiki and a nice morning workout after a scrumptious dinner
6: Ride along the coast in Hawaiian style on mopeds...south to north with stops to capture some breath-taking beauty of Oahu coastal line
7: 4th Day Dinner/Sunset Cruise on one of the oldest Catamarans in Hawaii for a spectacular view of sun set while eating/drinking/ dancing on Makani Catamaran
8: Pearl Harbor and Honolulu City tour | Statue of King Kalakaua | US Arizona - World War II Valor in the Pacific | 'Iolani Palace- Official State residence of Hawaiian Monarchs
9: International Market | Little bit of Hawaiian culture True to it's name this place has everything from everyone of the Polynesian countries/cultures. Due to the Pearl Harbor incident you find of a lot of Japanese people in Oahu. A person with above mixed race is called a "Chopsuey"
14: Sixth Day Activity - Parasailing ......
15: and Jet Skiing
16: Whale watching
17: Grand Circle Island Tour | At the pick up area | Mount Pali
18: Dole Plantation and the world's largest maze
19: Polynesian Cultural Center
20: View from our oceanfront hotel room - The Hilton Hawaiian
21: HULA DANCE is a Hawaiian dance which is accompanied by a song called 'mele'. Female dancers were a 'puau' and male 'malo'.. am trying to learn