Is it wrong to say that my trip to Hawaii wasn’t what I wanted it to be? It wasn’t as great as I was expecting? I didn’t enjoy it as much as I thought I might? (How many others ways can I say the same thing?)
I was a little disappointed at the end of it all. Don’t get me wrong, I had fun. But it wasn’t the magical tropical island I had built it up to be in my head. In fact if I didn’t get to go there ever again, I’m not sure I would be too upset with that. I rather spend my money to go to other places. I guess maybe you could convince me to go to Maui, but I’d never pay money to go back to Honolulu and Waikiki Beach!
I think another reason I didn’t enjoy it was…..well….I was hoping C had a question to ask me. He’s been telling me this since July (me and anyone who would listen sometimes) so I thought, we are going to one of the most romantic places in the world, why would he not ask there? Guess he had a reason. It’s hard not to be disappointed though.
Anywho, we still had a lot of fun. I was complete exhausted when I got home. By the last day we were more than ready to go home!
Lei's after a 7 hour flight
The night we arrived was Halloween. We roamed the city and saw probably thousands of people roaming the streets of Waikiki for the city’s annual block party. I am going to go out on a limb and guess that “bumble bee” was one of 2012’s most popular costumes. I started counting after I saw a few and I know we saw 20+ girls dressed that way in the hour we spent walking around!
Setting sail for our snorkel cruise
Waikiki Beach I take this pick on every beach trip!
Next up….the island of Kauai!