Sunday morning update:
Our flight left Tulsa at 6am on Saturday. That means we left home about 2:45am in order to get there in time. We were as anxious as little kids on Christmas Eve. That means we didn't sleep at all.
This place is fabulous. I can't even explain.
Night one. Exhausted from the trip (and having had little more than a cat nap on the plane in the last 36 hours, we checked into our hotel, changed clothes and had dinner at Dukes. SO good. Oh, and my first Mai Tai.
I didn't have my ID on me, having left my purse in the hotel room. The staff was beyond friendly and professional, but not having ID was quite a big deal. I guess I finally passed the test when they asked my birthday and I told them that it was last week and that I'm 35. When the day comes that I don't get carded, I might be upset about how old I look to others!The view from our balcony.
We had generous amounts of pineapple with our breakfast. I have serious intention of eating massive amounts of pineapple at every opportunity.
The beach. Waikiki is not a particularly large beach, but it is beautiful. It is quite crowded, but not rowdy at all. We spent about 7 hours on the beach yesterday and I feel certain that I could easily do that every day for the rest of my life!