My First Trip to Hawai’i: Arrival in Honolulu

Hawaii tourism authority diamond head tor johnson Fourth in a Series

Following a very enjoyable four days in Hilo, I checked out of my hotel and headed for the airport, flying to Honolulu.

The bus from the airport to Waikiki was full of honeymooners, middle aged couples, widows, and a few would-be surfers like me.

I had booked myself into an apart-hotel called the Waikiki Surf. Because it was four blocks from the beach, it was a real bargain. Best of all, it had an efficiency kitchen, which meant I could stock up on things like bread, fruit, and juice, eating one meal at least in my room every day.

I find it a bit tedious having to get up and go out for breakfast when I'm traveling. It was also a real money-saver! After unpacking, I called my friends. They seemed very distraught, wondering why I hadn't called earlier.

“We've been so worried about you," they said.

"We've rented a car, and we're driving around the island tomorrow. We'd like to take you along. Tell us where you're staying, and we'll pick you up at 9 o'clock.”

To Be Continued

For More Information on Hawai'i

Hawaii Vistors and Convention Bureau

Go.Hawaii.com

Click on the following link for Hawaiian Airlines: Low Web Fares

For More on Hawaii and Hawaiian Tourism and Travel

Hawaii: Your Guide to the Aloha State

Top10 Things to Do in Hawaii

United States: Top 10 Things to Do for Free or Nearly Free in Kauai

My First Trip to Hawaii: Collecting Sunsets

My First Trip to Hawaii: Departure from Oakland Airport

My First Trip to Hawaii: the Big Island

My First Trip to Hawaii: Arrival in Honolulu

My First Trip to Hawaii: Pineapple Surprise

My First Trip to Hawaii: Lazy Days and Sundays

My First Trip to Hawaii: Here Today, Gone to Maui

California, Here I Come!

 

Copyright: Michael Taylor Pictured: Waikiki Beach and Diamond Head, Honolulu, Hawaii Photo Credit: Tor Johnson  Courtesy of the Hawaiian Tourism Authority


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