Walk to Waikiki for the Covid test before flying back Japan. Walked by the front of the Hilton Hawaiian Village, crossed over to Kuroda Field, used as a shortcut way to Waikiki.
This vast park was a former U.S. military reviewing station and was named in honor of U.S. Master Sergeant Robert T. Kuroda, a second-generation Japanese American from Hawaii, served in World War II. The Ritz-Carlton and Trump Waikiki as seen from the park. The changing landscape of Waikiki.
Bank of Hawaii Building, former ANA Building. Now it seemed owned by a Japanese consumer finance company.
"The Pink Palace of the Pacific", as it came to be called, was located in a prime location in Waikiki while maintaining the classic atmosphere loved by state guests and celebrities from around the world. The long corridor-like exterior walkway.
The beach as seen from the serene lobby of Pink Palace. If I had to give a ranking to the beach seen from the lobby, it would be one of the number one. The view of ocean was beautiful.
Dinner was sauteed vegetables leftover in the refrigerator. Time to start organizing the fridge for coming back home.
A simple pork chop sautéed with ketchup and soy sauce.
Pork Ginger Sautee with the chef Johnny's staff meal recipe. In both dishes, as long as had the pork, could use whatever seasonings in the refrigerator to give the flavor.
With Cabernet Sauvignon from Chateau Ste Michelle.
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