In some places on the pavement in the port area you can still just about see faint white lines that were used to mark the area where lei sellers stood when ships arrived. There was only one cruise ship in the day we were there, but you could imagine how busy it must’ve been back when all visitors arrived by ship.
We passed the tattoo parlour that originally belonged to ‘Sailor Jerry’ we’d never heard of him, but he was apparently world famous, no photograph as there was a huge van parked in front of it.
We stopped in the Ruby café were DB discovered manapua, pork baked inside a bap, he thoroughly enjoyed that and said it was very tasty. I have to admit the coconut cream buns were nice as well!
restored Hawaii Theatre.
The restored Hawaii Theatre.