This was the pool from our view off the balcony.
Waikiki TOTALLY reminds me of Santa Monica except it's cleeeeean. While it is SUPER touristy, the skies are blue, the breeze is constant and I didn't see one syringe!
This is exactly how I imagined California to be but its not. HA! Whoops! ;)
This was another hula dancer. Oh my God, I looooved her red dress. She was beautiful and mesmerizing. As I wrote on Twitter, 'Hula dancers are the veelas of the muggle world!"
In Hawaii there are no seagulls only pigeons! And they are not afraid of people, let me tell you. This one swooped down and snatched a muffin out of some dude's hand. DEVILS! ;)
At breakfast they had this amazing toasted coconut coffee. Yes, they have coconut coffee in the states but this had flecks of coconut hair in it. See the floaties!? You can't really tell in the picture but there was real, live coconut people-- It's not just old coffee flecks! :)
At the breakfast, they also gave us flowers for our hair! If you're single they go on the right side behind your ear. If you're taken, on the left side. They put mine in back because with all of the coughing, they thought I was allergic to the flowers-- HA!! But seriously, nothing feels more beautiful than flowers in your hair!!! Am I right, guys!? ;)
Okay, I lied. Nothing feels more beautiful than flowers in your hair and my SEXYTIME JAMMIES!!!!
Okay, even better... Flowers in your hair, sexytime jammies... AND THIS VIEW!!!??? *sigh* This was my favorite moment on Oahu. I had an hour of alone time and I just sat on the terrace & snot-drooled all over myself. It was hideous... yet peaceful. :)
This was an old palace back in the day. And if I heard correctly, I believe this is where the 'police offices' are in the new Hawaii Five-O? Is that right? I was lucky to remember what bus I was on, folks. Miss Karen, this trivia is for you!!!
And then this is where the old 'police offices' supposedly were on the original Hawaii Five-O. In the older palace across the street.
Joan & I had lunch at our hotel one day at The Tiki Grill. I had pulled pork quesadillas. It was DELICIOUS. Pulled pork anything in Hawaii is to die for. They know how to cook their pigs, let me tell you. Tender, juicy, flavorful...