Sorry that I've been MIA on updating the TR. I will be updating over the next couple of days. Also, I've been quietly following along on your trip report and can't wait to see how your wedding turned out!!!This is the best thing! When I flew out west in Canada for a competition, I was getting up at 6 every day! On the flip side, late nights were hard though. We even get a little of this going to WDW since we're East Coast Canada, so we gain an hour crossing the US border.
That's even better! I love being up early and not suffering on vacation.
Yay! What great news! I'm sure it was easily spent though.
You have no idea. LOL.
Woah! A smart car?? That seems extreme!
It was TINY. Our two suitcases would have never made it.
This is good info!!
How amazingly beautiful! Definitely worth the upgrade
That sounds amazing
Can't wait to see some more of your Aulani pictures!
So exciting! Congrats!! You should absolutely do a follow-up on married life.I promise I have a good reason...we bought a house!!! I'm still in shock that we were able to take this next HUGE step not even a year into married life, but I'm thrilled. It wasn't nearly as terrifying as people make it out to be (or maybe we just got lucky?) and in my opinion, WAY easier than wedding planning. LOL. Anyways, maybe I'll do a married life update after I finish my TR
Your pictures were beautiful!!George went into the water, while I stayed on the beach taking pictures and enjoying the lovely morning.
That's super convenient, despite the convenience. And excellent that it was so authentic even though it was at the resort, etc.I was so excited for this because Aulani had just started offering their own luau the month before we arrived and I was starting to hear great things about it. I knew going to Hawaii for the first time that I really wanted to go to a luau, but it was nice not having to leave our resort to go to one.
Double yum!!The luau started off with the buffet, which was excellent. It was all you can eat and they had tuna poke, a pig roast, a prime rib carving station, terikayi chicken, rice, poi, boa buns, and much more (including desserts). George and I LOVE sushi and I think we ate our weight in tuna poke to really get our money’s worth.
Oh no!! I'm so sorry to hear this!!About halfway through the luau show, I started sneezing and that was the start of my cold relapse. I was so disappointed and I think I went to bed in tears because I was afraid that this would ruin the rest of my vacation.
Yay! Thank you for understanding! Life has been really crazy lately, but I'm bound and determined to finish this thing.I'm glad you're still completing your TR! (Even if the wedding is over!) No worries about delays—everyone I'm talking to on here seems to be super busy right now! I'm having a hard time keeping up, myself.
Your Pearl Harbour tour sounds really interesting and humbling. What an amazing experience to hear that veteran's story and meet him and his family. Wow!
Your sushi meal! How amazing is that! And such a great price! Compared to Orlando food, and also to the prices at Aulani! I had to google conveyor belt sushi, but that's so cool!
Thank you for following along!So excited for another update
Yay I'm so glad you're still following along! I really thought everyone had jumped ship at this point. lol. Hoover Dam is on my bucket list too if I ever get back to Las Vegas!Yay! I'm enjoying hearing about your honeymoon because Hawaii is on my list Your Pearl Harbor day sounds neat. I'm also interested in history, and reading all of the little signs. We went to Hoover Dam back in April, and I got really caught up in one of the exhibits and was pretty sad when we had to head down for our tour pretty early, since you have to go through security for it.
I remember reading about conveyor belt sushi before, and that's so cool! But I would probably be like George and be worried about waht was in it haha. Plus I would also have to eat sushi, but that's a separate issue. And that seems like a great price compared to anywhere anymore, but especially Hawaii!