Trolley Day

The Waikiki sightseeing bus company has our backs today.

Front row on the top floor, the city rolling by.
Due to the pandemic, not all trolley lines are open, some lines got fusioned, but with less tourists that’s fair (and better for us since we mostly get the busses just for us)
ABC magic (they have stores almost every crossing throughout Waikiki).
Waikiki Cove Appartments, the pinkest house I know.
The Bank of Hawaii on Kalakaua Ave.
Trolleying around.
Duke Paoa Kahanamoku, but just a statue because “he would never have turned his back to the ocean”.
Tropical bananas on the road side.
While holding a native hardwood spear in his left hand, King Kamehameha extends his right hand to invite his people “to accept the peace and order” he had secured.
Mural in our Kaka’ako (a commercial and retail district of Honolulu)
Welcome to graffiti central.
Urban street art or wall graffitti, this is the coolest owl we have seen in a long time.
Part of the “History of Our KKaka’ako” walk.
We could talk a lot about this one!
Crossing in Kaka’ako.
Audrey Kawasaki.
First floor at Ala Moana outdoor mall.
Skyline in a mirror.
This fancy car!
Waterfall in the open air hotel lobby.
Time for something cold and sweet.
Iced chocolate milk shake with cookies on top.
Shaved ice, the best.
More mirrored buildings.
In the afternoon> Kalaniala’ole Highway to the East Coast.
Halona blowhole stop.
Kahauloa Cove from Lanai lookout.
Pictures on the fly.
Makapu’u Beach Park with turtle island.
We could do this all day long!
But it’s late and time to go back to the hotel.
Some night time impressions.
Room with a view.
Lit next door hotel after beer o’clock.


Donations in form of Darbo Preiselbeer Kompott are greatly appreciated ;)