Discussion in 'Oahu, Hawaii' started by darth_avery, Aug 2, 2002.
I are what? haven't the faintest clue what you're talking about, d-s. ? ? ?
i wish i could see lilo and stitch, after all the wonderful reviews...
You'll see Lilo and Stitch. It should come out in DVD soon, I hope. just hang in there abit longer.
i'll probably see it at a friend's house five years from now.
nah. I'll send you a copy when it comes out.
PM me your name/address.
today, in school, ohana came up in english class for some reason...it was weird.
was she talking about Lilo and Stitch? wonder what brought up "ohana".
no...at first it was a weird subject...i think we were talking about setting. and then somebody said "like hawaii?" and the person next to me said "oh, ohana means famly in their language" and some other people went on about lilo and stitch being a very cute movie...
ahhhh. let me know when it comes out in DVD/VHS; I'll send it to you. Do you have a DVD player?
yeah, we do.
ok. I just checked amazon.com. It comes out on December 3, 2002. what format do you want? DVD or VHS?
PM me your name/address, please.
dvd, but i'm not sure i want to give you my adress.
your choice. I can't send it without it.
I've been to Hawaii before and loved it. I'm going back Oct 31 to Nov 15, and does anyone know of a good place to eat around the zoo in Honolulu? I looked in Frommers, but I figure everyone follows guidebooks. Thanks
what kind of food do you like?
The Queen Kapiolani Hotel, across the street from the zoo, has a scrumptious buffet, but it's like $28.00, all you can eat, I believe.
Denny's is upstairs above ABC store, I think, at the corner of Kapahulu and Kalakaua, across the street from the zoo.
lots of small eating places. If you walk towards the mountains, mauka, there's Italian, Hawaiian, Japanese, Chinese, Indian, pizza.
I don't have really a preference. I just hate going somewhere I don't know about, and go to a bad restuarant.
well, if you want to walk, walk on Kapahulu Ave, towards the mountains (with the ocean at your back). after you've passed the grade school on the left and zoo on the right, just keep walking. There's a bunch of little restaurants, sushi, coffee shops, snow cones, ice cream, pizza, drive-in, plate lunches, all the way to the end when it hits Waialae Ave.
Another thing. In Houston, anyone can go to the local library and use the internet for free. You know if any library gives the same service? I remember an internet cafe kind of close to the int'l Market Place, so if the libraries don't have free access for visitors, I can go to a local internet cafe.
cool! free internet in texas? dude!!!