So here we are… The final day in Hawaii, and the final day of this crazy five week adventure. We breakfasted at one of the “must visit” places, “Eggs n Things”. It deserves its must-visit status – for both the eggs, and the things. Eggs Benedic served with a side of baked potato cubes. If that wasn’t enough. It also came with a stack of four pancakes. Despite the challenge it presented, I put in a big effort and worked my way through most of it 🙂 Due to tomorrow’s ridiculously early start for the flight home, we’re only having two meals today (we’re back to dining Vegas-style!) so a big big breakfast wasn’t a bad idea. That’s been the only big effort for the day. The others went to the beach, but Perry and I opted out – Perry still has an ear full of water from snorkelling, and putting even more water in, then flying home, would probably not be the best idea. So while he napped and we all hope the ear drops we bought did the trick, I headed out to solve a luggage problem – the maximum weight of each bag is 32kg and I think we’re over – so we need another bag to even things out. I never thought we’d get anywhere near the 50kg baggage allowance, but after a bit of judicious bag management we are comfortably under the limit. We enjoyed our last Hawaiian supper at The Cheesecake Factory, where I ordered a Caesar salad which delicious, but big enough for the whole table to enjoy. I stole a bit of Perry’s Red Velvet cheesecake, every bit as tasty as it sounds. For old times sake we all visited Hula’s for one last drink. After that, we bid our farewells to Steve and Michael who are staying on a few more days, finalised the packing, tried to pretend the holiday wasn’t really over, and dreamed about the last five weeks.