Sharks and corals
It rained all of our first day in Oahu, and quite a bit of our other two days.
On most occasions, this would be a bad thing, but in Honolulu, it was just an excuse to look for cultural stimulation.
But I still needed to see some live performances. Fortunately, in Honolulu, the only difficulty is deciding.
In case you wonder what my dreams look like.....
Best bargain in the Pacific!
The Banyan Tree Spa.
Or you could sit by poolside at the Sheraton Princess, drinking a 'fire dancer', the hotels' potent specialty, while enjoying the fire of the real dancers.
Banyan Tree Villa Interior
The rains stopped at night, so we wandered the streets of Waikiki, amazed at the mix of people.
People-watching in Honolulu is world-class. Every race, creed, and color converges here.
Unlike Singapore or California, inter-racial relationships are the norm in Honolulu (not the exception). This is probably because the people here are multi-racial themselves.
In fact, the bloodlines in Hawaii are so mixed, you could argue that masterbation is an inter-racial act.
A Nail Dance
Dancers at the Hotel.