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Aloha From Kona, Hawai'i

ALOHA.... and I should say that one week ago... LOL..

We flew to Kona Big Island, one of the islands in Hawaii....believe it or not, I did not know where or which island I was going until I reached the airport.  I just know that we were going to Hawaii and not exactly where. 

That is how blur I am and it is also the first time I heard of Kona and I always get confused.  The flight took more than five hours and I was surprised when I stepped out from the plane.

Kona or Kano.... whereever it is, we arrived at the airport which is very open aired, just like our Malaysian R n R!  Open concept airport with no air con at all....

Anyway... from airport, we took a shuttle to get our rented car and from there, another half hour drive to our rented apartment at Hilton Bayclub where we stayed here for the whole seven days.  

The entrance of the airport gates....
Waiting for our check in luggage....
Waiting for the shuttle.... 
Hilton Bayclub where we stayed...
Overlooking from our third floor balcony....
Weather hot like Malaysia but cooling in the evenings....
Our first day... just rest and relax....


  1. 5 hours is quite a long flight, Sibu to KL only 2 hours or a bit less. The baby didn't make noise? So good!!!

    Wowwwww!!! Hilton, no less. Bet you all had a lovely break there. Take care, #staysafe #staywell!

  2. A wonderful and beautiful vaation! And the baby is SO cute!!!! You are very blessed.

  3. So nice to enjoy 7 days in Hawaii. Baby so cute holding onto the handle of the luggage.


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