Hawaii – Day #3

4 Nov
We finally drove out of Honolulu, and we were relieved. Yuck…who really enjoys living in cities?

The drive up and around the Southeastern tip of Oahu, and then up the Eastern cost was beautiful.

We stopped at a beautiful beach along the way, and were astonished how soft and squishy the sand was. Why do your feet sink in the WET sand here, unlike the Pacific Northwest coast? Hmm…a mystery…

As we were wading in the water, a huge wave came up on us without warning. Oops!

We spent the night at a nice campground just north of the Polynesian Cultural Center (and BYU Hawaii and the LDS Temple). We discovered once we got here that camping in Oahu isn’t highly recommended, and can be rather unsafe. However, this particular campground comes highly recommended by all, so we were relieved to finally get here!

One surprise, however, is that this campground is overrun with MORE cats. At one turn of the road, there were over a DOZEN cats staring at our headlights in the path. Weird. They are EVERYWHERE!

Also surprising was in the morning when we heard roosters singing “Cock-a-doodle-doo” nonstop. I tried to count seconds between their roosts (?), and it was less than 5 seconds from one to the next. I stuck my head out of the tent, and could see almost 10 roosters roaming around.

ROOSTERS and CATS?!!

P.S. Saw the star of the TV sitcom “Glee” in Waikiki the other day. Jared and I both looked at each other and said, “Did you see that guy just walk by? That HAD to be him…or else his twin?!” We enjoy Glee…although it is quite inappropriate for the age group it is intended for…
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3 Responses to “Hawaii – Day #3”

  1. Yasmine November 4, 2009 at 11:00 pm #

    I agree completely about Glee. It's a little too much teenage drama for me but the fun song and dance numbers keep me watching.

    Oh yeah, and I HATE honolulu. It's where I saw my first prostitute. North Shore is great. Get the shaved ice with the ice cream on the bottom. You'll thank me.

  2. Greg and Lara November 5, 2009 at 12:45 pm #

    Roosters and cats? For real? That IS really, really bizarre. You won't need to set your alarm clock though!

  3. Cherise November 6, 2009 at 7:36 pm #

    Random about the roosters and cats. Usually they wouldn't go well together. Also, I LOVE Glee. It is my guilty pleasure.

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