Some displays allow the kids to touch, feel and play.
Like this old divers helmet.
When you get there, you book your tour as you have to go by boat
to the sight where SS Arizona sunk.
You are taken into a picture theatre before.
There we watched a movie and learnt a lot.
Our friends 4 year old knows so much about Pearl Harbor.
So he teaches my son.
As we walk around the memorial it is very sobering and quiet.
It is amazing to see tiny drops of oil still bubbling to the surface.
They say this is the sea crying for the dead.
We are dropped back with our bags and need to pack for
We decide to head to Waikiki to see the sunset.
Some guy puts his birds on me in the street, and takes a photo.
I tell him to get them off as my shirt is wet at the back – poop!!!
As the sunsets, we meet some Australians from the Pearl Harbor tour
who take our photo.
My son enjoys the hula dancer.
As we walk back my son strips off and runs through the
Of course the Japanese love this and stop to take his photo.
It is lovely, as many smile as they see his joy.
Oh to be free as a child!
We finish up with dinner at the Big Kahuna.
Don’t personally recommend the food,
but it was a great place to sit by the windows and people watch.
We are ready to say good-bye to Hawaii.
My wallet is especially ready to say good-bye to Hawaii.
Tomorrow we will be in mainland USA, California.
We love to explore; to experience the new; to never give up, to live life to the fullest; to meet new people; to give when people least expect it...To do Random Acts of Kindness, as we see and learn, while we travel the world.