The center of Government in Hawaii
I don’t know well, but is Chinatown is a part of Downtown ?
Or is Chinatown close to Downtown ?
Well, anyway, I went back to Downtown with my full stomach.
The statue of King Kamehameha !
I saw this mark so frequently on articles about Hawaii !
The state capitol.
I heard that visitors can enter the building, but it looked empty and I couldn’t know where’s the entrance.
Lots of cars were running outside buildings, but, there were only a few groups of tourists around the building.
Every workers work tidily inside buildings 😛
By the way, this building have volcano motifs. Umm. I can’t see so…
The statue of Father Damien.
He is a Belgian priest and acted for saving leprosy patients isolated in Molokaʻi.
Also he died of leprosy.
That’s remains of Kingdom of Hawaii.
I mistook the information about that. That day was Monday and I thought it was closed day. But later I understood Monday is business days !
In adittion to that I had a wrong information, there was no one around the palace !!!
Well, OK. I’ll go there next time, too !
After that I went back to Waikiki 🙂
The last night of my Waikiki stay, so, I walked around the main street and did shopping till past 11 p.m 🙂
Umm ? I can’t remember what I ate at the night. There’s no picture about my meals of the night. I might not eat something….