Here is something that we all can enjoy..those of us with
weak stomachs better think twice though. Today for two hours
you are on this small boat on the North Shore of Oahu. We will go
out past the 3 mile limit and see the sharks UP CLOSE and
Personal like. Take plenty of dramamine because this boat
WILL be rocking on those large waves. Sharks will not be the
only thing we see, could be some sea turtles and or some
WHALES this time of year too.
You have the choice to go inside the cage with others
for a once in a lifetime experience or the observer tour, namely
stay inside the boat. That would be me!
When the water turns a deep cobalt blue and reaches depths of 200-400 feet,
the shark cage, which floats on top of the water, is lowered and in only
a moment’s time you will see sharks rise from the deep! At this point,
you’ll have the opportunity to enter the very secure shark cage for as
long as you wish. WHAT A DEAL!! Hope your camera is waterproof!
When we get done with the boat tour we will relax back at the hotel and
then go to the famous Oahu Polynesian Cultural center tour for a twlight luau
that I am sure we all will enjoy. Feeling like you are transported into
another world is just what Hawaii is all about. After the luau we will sit in on a show
called the "Horizons: Where the Sea meets the Sky" show. Over 100 performers make this a
real experience not to be missed. What a wonderful display of their culture. Let’s hope the weather
holds for this outdoor show.
I am so glad you all were able to enjoy this trip this week. It was a real pleasure to take
you all along far away from the cold and snow and everyday grind. I know we all learned
a lot and enjoyed it. BIG THANKS to SHERRY for her expert guidance this week.
ALL good things must come to an end though, so in our new language
E Malama Pono (eh-mah-la-mah poh-no) — To take care
ohana (oh-ha-nah)– family
MAHALO (thank you) and ALOHA.(until we meet again)..