Many trolleys (mostly Japanese travel agencies’ ones) and buses run in Waikiki. Traffic is so heavy that I can’t drive a car in Honolulu.
JCB credit card holders can ride on the pink-line trolley for free.
Lovely Prumeria on the street
The bus drivers weren’t very friendly. On the other hand, the trolley drivers were so cheerful. Some drivers were singing while driving.
Hawaii Report #5
We stayed at the condo hotel ” Waikiki Park Heights.” The room wasn’t gorgeous, but cozy and neat. The best thing about it was its location close to the beach and supermarket.
I chose a room with a kitchenette, which costs less than one with a full kitchen. It was suitable, for sure. I didn’t want to cook during the trip.
I saw a bathtub that has a step for the first time.
My son fell off the bed every night. He usually sleeps on a futon.
When I was waiting in the laundry room, I had a chat with a man who came from San Francisco. He said the beaches in San Francisco were too cold to swim in. I wonder if there are a lot of Americans who haven’t swam in the sea because many states have no sea. As for the beaches in the US, only California and Florida come to mind.
This is a view from a mountain side.
Hawaii Report #3