The beach was wonderful, warm water, not too salty and not too rough. Sandy bottom what more could we ask for. Well maybe it would have been nice if there wasn't that little breeze that made me think I didn't need sunscreen. I look a little bit like I was dipped in lava. Do we ever learn?
Back to the room to get changed for the Luau at the Hilton tonight. The Hilton is amazing, it is like a Vegas hotel. There is a little tram and a little boat to help you get around as it is so big. Lots of shops, pools and a lovely restaurant right on the water where the waves break and the sun sets.
|"What's the catch of the day Chef?" They go wherever they want lol|
After a tour of the hotel we went off to the Luau.
Have to say I was a wee bit disappointed. The show was great (only lasted an hour). Can't believe how quick the girls can move their hips (amazing costumes) and the guys their legs (even better costumes). The flame thrower was scary amazing, he had wheels of fire going faster than you could focus. The food was about what I expected. But just ridiculously overpriced. $360 American. If you come to Hawaii do the one Rachel and Jay did, it was a 1 day tour of the Polynesian Village, with all sorts of history and info followed by a dinner and luau.
Asleep by 10 again dreaming about our visit to the active volcano tomorrow.
In case you want to hear the waves :)