Smorgasbord Letters from America 1985- 1987 – Hawaii Part Two – Molakai Mules, Hanauma Bay and Knitted bathing suits.

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Last week I shared out preparations and adventures on arrival in Hawaii… this week some of our travels around the island and some of the people we met.

The Island of Oahu is a strange geographical mixture, volcanic and bare on the east side and lushly tropical on through the middle. We actually drove about 950 miles during our stay, but a great deal of that was driving to and fro to Waikiki where we had dinner several nights. Most of our holiday however, was spent relaxing, playing tennis, swimming and sampling the sunsets and cocktails. It was a change for David to be in one place for 15 days in a row and it was lovely to have some time together, more or less alone.

I say more or less alone, as our hotel and it seemed everywhere we visited was hugely popular with Japanese tourists. They never seemed…

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