Honolulu and Waikiki–What a Combination!

Last November my sister-in-law and I took a two-week cruise from Los Angeles, California, to Hawaii. We visited four of the Hawaiian Islands during this trip, and on each island visitors had a choice of excursions from which to choose. On the island of O’ahu we decided to take a submarine tour, off the beach of Waikiki.

Our ship docked at the port of Honolulu, and from there, we took a shuttle to Waikiki Beach, where we boarded a boat for an exhilarating ride out to sea to wait for our submarine to resurface from the watery depths.

Here are a few pictures taken during our short visit to Honolulu and Waikiki. One day I would like to return to the island of O’ahu and spend more time enjoying its white-sand beaches.

Arriving in Honolulu

Morning Traffic


On the beach of Waikiki

Just look at that sand!

On our way out to meet up with our submarine

I’ll share the remaining pictures from our visit to Honolulu in my next post. Hope you come back to check them out!


About Sylvia Morice

I am a writer and a former banker, instructional designer and facilitator. I am a woman, a widow, a daughter, a mother, a sister, a friend. I love words, humor, and humorous words. I write fiction and creative non-fiction, have had prose and poetry published in various literary magazines and periodicals, and have taught writing courses for adults. I have published several eBooks and POD books and hope to have more coming out soon. Thanks for dropping by and please, don't be a stranger.
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