Hula Hands, Honolulu
The old lady headache had set in at the Polynesian Cultural Centre and I was terribly lucky to find a qualified masseur who knew what he was doing to melt away the tension. The fact he looked like one of the Surfer Gods on the beach was an added bonus...... sigh..... if you can find him, he is worth it. His name is Isileli M. Tukuafu, Massage Practitioner, LMT does 'E Lua Lomi Lomi, Swedish, Spinal Touch......tel no (808) 282 9143. Call him and book an apointment, you won't be disappointed.
Price? oh just a donation.... no fixed fee.
Fondest memory: Eh, I think my best memory was watching the waves and the sheer power of them. Also the discovery that the beach sand was made up of millions of pieces of crushed shell.... finding small shells on the beach, the sound of the shell leis in TropicGirl77's car as she drove around the island, the sun and warm breeze...... now you are making me want to book another trip!
I hope you have a great time when you get here.. Looks like you are gonna go for renting the car..
Try to check out where everything is on the Island before you get here and that probably will help in saving time doing the things that you really want to do.. No fun getting lost...
Fondest memory: EVERYTHING !!!!!
Favorite thing: enjoy the Kodak Hula Show. Though Kodak is no longer the main sponsor, they still stage a lovely show at 10 a.m. in Iolani Park. Traditional costumes, songs and dances - as well as participation of the audience. Great fun for kids.
Favorite thing: enjoy the hula! The bigger hotels usually offer hula once or twice a week. I caught these little dancers backstage at the Hilton Hawaiian Village.