Hanauma Bay was formed after sea levels rose flooding an extinct volcanic crater. It became a tourist destination in the 1930s and hit a peak in the 1990s. Overuse had a negative impact on the bay, and from 1991 visitor numbers have been limited and must attend a video briefing before entering the water.
|Should have gone to Specsavers|
And after the disappointment of not seeing a turtle at the Great Barrier Reef, we finally saw one! Amazing!
After the excitement of the Turtle, we headed back to Waikiki and practiced our laying around by the beach skills!
After being so lazy all week, an overcast day gave us the opportunity to have a little wander around town.
|The locals 'car' park|
|Diamond Head from the breakwater|
Long live the Aloha Spirit!