Welcome to Honolulu, the capital of Hawaii. Stationed on the island of Oahu, Honolulu is ready to show you surf and sun like you’ve never seen before. Whether you’re here to live the life of a beach bum or want to explore the city’s lush tropical surroundings, you’ll find everything you’re looking for on your Honolulu tour.
Hawaii had a pretty explosive inception—Diamond Head Crater, also called Leahi, started life as an active volcano. Don’t worry; it’s since gone dormant, which means you can climb to the rim and take in a truly brilliant view of the coast. Head back down to the water and go paddleboarding or swimming; “Honolulu” means “sheltered bay,” and the beachfront here lives up to its name: It’s calm and sheltered year-round.
Honolulu sightseeing must include a day at Pearl Harbor. While there, you can wander the decks of the USS Missouri, explore the confines of the USS Bowfin, and observe a moment of silence at the USS Arizona Memorial.
Head downtown to take in some of Honolulu’s storied history. The statue of King Kamehameha stands guard over the city itself, and you can check out the American Florentine architecture of Iolani Palace. While you’re there, try a Japanese fusion dish or sample from the numerous other eateries lining the city. Stick around as evening falls and you’ll see hula dancers and a breathtaking sunset.
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horrible thing about going to a place you fall in love with , is knowing u will soon leave, then the melancollic longing to go back. life where u are just isnt good enough anymore.....so sad for those of us not born in paradise
Me and my entire family migrated here from the Philippines 🇵🇭 and Honolulu is home away from home. The beaches here are wonderful although Philippines has wonderful beaches as well. The only take away about the beach parks here are the rest rooms. They are filthy, smell is horrendous. If you can skip going to the rest room at the park until you get back to your hotel then you’ll be fine.
Its really pretty there. I when to the Hilton Hotel and GEEZ! There was a lagoon a beach near our hotel we could walk there. My dad and I wanna go to Japan and Hawaii RN but my mom old bro and yonger bro wanna go so... I already told them where we should go which is HERE!
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This is where I've been living for many years since when I was two years old! I am glad living here! So beautiful and pretty with cool landmarks! Such a happy place! But sometimes I want to leave and go to Seattle...
Looks amazing, a bit different than here in Manchester, England where i am. I made a humourous unofficial tourist vi deo about Manchester. if anyone wants to see it after watching this ? Then simply just type in this......Manchesters unofficial tourist video
Ingrid Micson depends on the area tbh, if you are in oahu, honolulu and waikiki are safe, north shore and east shore seem to be safe (from my visit a month ago) but west shore appears to have more “poor looking” homes and there aren’t many tourists
+Michael Han I study there right now. lol. Its a pretty great island! Great fusion of cultures and always something new to experience. However, living here definitely is expensive and a lot of places are fairly sketch.
To the east is the entrance area to the vault. In order to open it, you have to work out how to open all of the doors at once. One of the instructions will open a door without closing any. This must be the last key you press. Now, find a way to open a door that closes only the doors you will open later. And continue until all of the doors are open.
One solution is "NILBOG". (Many other solutions are possible; this one has the advantage of spelling something interesting when reversed.) Each key opens a door while not closing any of the doors you have already opened.
Pushing the Mainentance button (M), will teleport you to caves underneath the castle. When you leave this area, it will open up a new door to the east of the entrance room.
At the very first intersection, to the right is a room. A chest in that room contains the candelabrum needed to solve quest 3.
Continuing down the corridor into the caverns, you will come to a room containing a chest in the middle of the room and a Spark spell containstly bashing down onto it. You can empty the chest by timing you steps correctly. Be careful, as the Spark spell seems to be a master level spark.
The next room and then north leads to where Angela is trapped. She will join your party automatically and you can return her to town to solve quest 6.
Further west and then back east, and then to the end of the passage is a teleporter that returns you to the room south of where you found Angela.
If you instead go further west is the lair of some cobras. You can find several cobra eggs scattered around this room.
To the south is the lair of the Queen of the Spiders. Kill her and you will find her heart. This will satisfy quest 4. There is also a teleporter here that will return you to the starting room.