On returning to Waikiki, TRO and myself left our friends shopping, and headed on down to the beach. It was extremely busy, lots of swimmers, surfers and people just wandering around. I couldn't resist trying the ocean!
Almost everywhere you look in Honalulu, you can see the mountains that surround the city.
A quiet and restful afternoon saw us ready for a seafood buffet at one of the local hotels this evening.
Today we took the shuttle bus to the Aloha Stadium Flea Market , one of the largest in the world I am sure. There are 400 traders spread over a huge area, so large we didn't even walk it all. Lots and lots of bargains to be had...T- shirts @ four for $20.00 for example. Judy and Russ had to buy a new carry on suitcase to accommodate all their acquisitions!
There seem to be a number of homeless people living in the parks here, and their dwellings look fairly permanent. Awfully sad :(
Now we are waiting for our transport to take us to the docks to board the Pride of America for our cruise. How exciting :)
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