Whatta a trip  

mi_mwpm 51M
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10/25/2005 7:56 pm

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Whatta a trip


Hello friends. I believe the train wreck is sufficiently over with to continue the blog with wifely encounters now...

It's a bit late in coming (ha!), but we thought you all might find this update on the Hawaii happenings enjoyable.


We started the trip off with a bang... (get it ) after arriving at the airport we decided that 90 minutes was just too much time to kill sitting at the gate. Spotting one of the family bathrooms, we decided to be bad. Not the most comfortable (or desirable) place to play, but we managed. D was so wet she had to finish me off orally, but who's complaining?

That was a great way to get started, especially since we had daytime flights from Detroit to Minneapolis and on to Honolulu. No way to play on board so that kept us both happy for the 10 or so hours when hands (and other things) would have to be kept to themselves. Flying first class is the only way to go to Hawaii... huge space between seats and the seats were more like La-Z-Boy's than normal airline seats. They had foot rests that popped up like a recliner and there was about 5 feet from one seat to the one in front of it. Nice!

They fed us like we were going to slaughter.... salad with shrimp, beef tips, veggies, and ice cream sundaes for "lunch" after take off from MSP and then a huge plate of chicken pasta salad for a "snack" about an hour before we hit the islands. I was sure there would only be a corral at the end of the jetway.

The condo at the Hilton in Oahu was as expected... wonderful. The only exception being that it wasn't wired for internet access and they expected you to go pay whatver per minute at the business center even though the tower was only renovated a year ago. Oh well, so we didn't have access. No biggie. The only real downside was not being able to use the webcam to see the wee one. Made sure to break in the balcony overlooking the park out front - after dark though, we weren't quite brave enough for daylight encounters outside the 18th
floor. Teased each other in the hot tub too, but there were always people around so we couldn't do more. In the 3 days I think we did it in the shower, in bed (how boring ), and on the balcony. Can't remember if we broke in the couch in the living room.... hmmmm, may have to go back.

Weather was great in Honolulu. Ate some good food at Sam Choy's, some OK food at a coffee shop across the street from the hotel and at the military hotel next door (it was cheap and better than OK, just far from gourmet), and then there was a stop at the Jack in the Box one night when we just couldn't decide on a place while walking Waikiki - bad move, ick. Then it was time to move to the rented house on the north shore....

Great place, except none of us noticed it didn't have air conditioning when we decided to rent it. It got HOT inside during the day... good thing we weren't in it much while the sun was out and it cooled down nicely during the night. D got eaten by mosquitos (she attracts them) before we managed to get inside. We had about a 100 yard walk to a secluded bay and beach with very little activity, even though there were 10 or so houses lining it. Saw several sea turtles playing in the bay during the day, and a couple sleeping on the beach after dark - and TONS of stars. We definitely played on this place's couch, along with the standards of shower and bed... then we got a bit more risque. We went for a walk one night and decided to play on the beach. Neither of us planned well though so we didn't have a blanket or a towel (d'oh!). Tried using a tree for D to lean against while I went at her from behind, but that didn't work out so well. Finally settled on doggie style in the sand. Kept the rough stuff out of places it doesn't belong and enjoyed ourselves thoroughly. Then the rains from what was left of Hurricane Kenneth moved in and our outdoor playtime was kyboshed for the rest of the stay. Ate some great shrimp at a shrimp truck, overpaid for groceries and ate a few meals at home (much to the chagrin of one traveling with us who would have preferred to go out all the time), had some decent pizza and great Thai "buffalo" wings, learned that Shave Ice really isn't that interesting and I'll stick to ice cream, watched some people surf, attempted to view several sunsets to have them wiped out by clouds just before the sun set, drove as far south as we could on the northwestern shore, visited a Buddist temple, and just had a great time before moving on to the Big Island.

I'm having a hard time believing it gets much better than the Big Island. Active and dormant volcanos, stargazing on Mauna Kea, rainforest and desert within 40 miles of each other, etc. Not sure I'd want to live there since about 80% of the place could go under lava flows at almost any time, but definitely a cool place to hang out for a week or three.

Found a very nice, nearly deserted black sand beach that required a mile or so hike down the side of a valley on the second day we were there. Worth the walk... sand like powder and, best of all, a secluded area behind the tree line. Got ourselves a quicky in broad daylight with a few people on the beach just 50 feet or so away. We're soooooooo baaaaaad.

After a couple of nights of "normal" encounters - in the in-room whirlpool tub, a little pussy trimming, actual in-bed sex, etc. we decided to go for a walk on the condo grounds one evening. Had planned to wander onto the golf course behind our building but soon discovered that there was no way to easily cross the 30-40 foot lava rock divider in the nearly pitch black night. Fortunately, we kept walking and found a picnic table in a small grove of trees. It was about 200 feet from another building in the complex so we decided it would be a safe place for some additional outdoor play.

D had wanted to play when we visited Volcano National Park, but the other couple was with us and we just couldn't find a safe place. The picnic table made up for that.

Spent the one morning taking an airplane tour of the island. A whole new perspective on the place we'd been driving for the past 3 days. Followed that up with a luau on our last night. Got back on the plane to end our trip and once dinner was done they dimmed the lights and pretty much everyone sacked out... we had some additional plans though. Didn't quite make the mile-high club (or least I don't think we met the technical qualifications), but since both of us were sans undies we managed to get some hand play under the blankets and D even managed to get me off, much to both our surprise. Guess the excitement was more powerful than the concern of getting caught.

Hated coming home, except for getting back to the wee one. She was missing us pretty badly by the end of the trip and then she's had to deal with me being gone on business a week after we got back. Brought back too many chocolate and macadamia products, but at least I've resisted devouring all the toffee macs... so far.

Additional tidbits...

The business trip finally killed The Streak, at 73 consecutive days... definitely an E ticket kind of ride.

Had an movie night out after our return too... with some "extras" in the last row of the nearly empty theater. I think Wallace and Gromit were shocked at our behavior.

Everything's not skittles and beer, but we're still getting better - only the occasional emotional roller coaster these days.

bigredeatsbush 51M/50F

10/27/2005 5:58 am

I am jelouse. I want to go to Hawaii. Well maybe someday

Glad things are looking up for you two!


bigredeatsbush 51M/50F

10/27/2005 8:14 pm

That was from my wife - I just wanted to say nice to hear from you. Glad to hear things are working out. We just got back from Las Vegas (So I really don't know what she is complaining about )
We'll be blogging on that in the near future.


rockwriter58 56M
1389 posts
10/31/2005 7:27 am

Great to see you back here. Glad the recovery is coming along. I'm missing my friend... one of the reasons I've lapsed backward in my blogging lately too.

♪rockwriter58♪


wyvernrose 38F
3895 posts
11/8/2005 1:58 am

welcome back

WyvernRose


FrndsWBenefits 53M/52F
56 posts
11/8/2005 5:13 pm

Glad to see you back here, sir.
The movie thing sounds cool - I think I MUST be suggesting that to the The Guy...hmmm...

Mary


keithcancook 60M
17718 posts
12/2/2005 7:38 am

Hullo J! I just saw an old comment of yours, and figured I'd follow the link and leave you a "hullo" here in your blog. I am happy to hear that things at home are improving, my old friend...


keithcancook 60M
17718 posts
12/22/2005 7:30 pm

Have a Merry Christmas, and I'll see ya next year...


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