Well, unless you count Weston's stomach, which seemed to have been taken hostage by an overlarge Philly cheesesteak he had at the food court yesterday that didn't sit too well. We lingered at the hostel this morning to give him some time to recover, but, eventually, we hopped in the car and headed out to see some sights before our flight. First, we cruised along Tantalus Drive, taking in the lush tropical forest and the amazing lookouts along the way. Then, we stopped at The National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific, better known as The Punchbowl. My grandmother's brother's name is listed on the Honolulu Memorial, along with the other MIA soldiers. It was an honor to pay tribute to him and to the other soldiers who have paid the ultimate price for our country's freedom.
|Diamond Head, from Tantalus Drive|
|Diamond Head and some of the high rises of Waikiki|
|The Punchbowl, from a lookout on Tantalus Drive|
|Entering the national cemetery|
|The Honolulu Memorial|
|Diamond Head, from the plane|