Ive been to Barbers Pont golf range several times to hit a few bucket of balls. A bucket of balls will cost you about 2 bucks, which isnt too bad. The golf ranges design is pretty good. The main reason I like the range is because the stalls are wide and spaced out so you dont feel confined while practicing your swing.
I found this place a while back when I was looking for some videos and books about marital arts. You can find almost everything you will need if you are starting any type of martial art. They have gis, belts, gloves, and other training equipment. They also have nuncucks, ninja stars, batons, and lots of knives to choose from. They also sell personal safety items including pepper spray.
If you are looking for a special golfing experience you should check out Volcano Golf Course. I played there once a while back with a few other people. The course isnt too difficult to play and is well maintained. And even if you dont make par you will at least have had a good time taking in touring the course.
I used to go to this doctor a few times before I got so fed up with him I switched doctors. First of all he always used to make me wait even though I had scheduled an appointment. And when I said that he made me wait Im not talking about just a few minutes Im talking 30min to an hour for which he never apologized for. He also has a terrible bedside manner. Never explaining things or answering my questions.
This should be one of the first places that every tourist should visit on their trip to Hawaii. Hanauma Bay is the best place for anyone looking to snorkel. Whenever you go you will always be guaranteed of seeing plenty of different types of fish. You dont even have to be an experienced snorkeler. Admission to the area costs a few bucks.
Hawaiian Waters Adventure Park is Hawaiis only water park. And its a pretty decent one at that. The place is a great place to take the older and younger kids. There are different areas of the park geared more towards certain age groups. One area has more stuff that smaller kids might find fun like water cannons and ropes to climb on in shallower water. There are also rides to entertain the older kids/adults such as the
Lava Tube or the straight down vertical drop water slide.
A lot has changed since the last time that I have been to the zoo many years ago. When I recently went backed I was surprised to see the changes they made since the last time Ive been there. They added a new African safari trek type thing that makes you feel like you are walking on foot around Africa with animals peaking out from bushes and the talk grasses. They also still have the petting zoo which is basically the same and still quite a popular attraction with the kids.
City Mill is local home and hardware business in Hawaii with a few stores scatter through out the island. The store is pretty well laid out allowing you to find what you need relatively easily (i.e. plumbing, electrical, gardening, home office, bathroom, kitchen). They also do spare key duplications and occasionally have sales on cabinets and other stuff.
For those looking for a place to hang out with a those of a younger type crowd Hawaiian Brians is the place to go. It is open 24 hours seven days a week. In addition to pool they also have an arcade. And on Thursday nights they have BYOB night. The downside is that the parking stalls are pretty tight, the place is constantly smokey, and the hourly rates for tables is pretty expensive during peak hours.
It can be found atop of where 808 Burners is. This pool hall is probably not going to be the largest or nicest pool halls on the island but the table rates are cheaper than they are in town. The people who frequent the area are older adults rather than the younger or teen crowd. Parking is also another problem because of the limited stalls. But the place is open 24 hours.