No way. Apparently everybody's up before sunrise around here.
Anyway, we left Los Angeles yesterday late in the day, which seemed like a good idea at the time, as it gave us some time, after Maria, Justin, and crew had left for the day, to do a little straightening-up around the house for them
We'd decided that instead of taking a cab to our hotel we wanted to try taking the Speedi Shuttle, which we'd heard was half the price of a cab, from the airport to downtown Waikiki from whence we figured we could find our way to our hotel.
Only we hadn't figured how dark and late it was going to feel by 7:45 pm.
We exited the terminal and crossed to the traffic island where the taxi and hotel shuttle stands were located and began wandering around looking for the Speedi Shuttle.
We'd wandered almost to the end of the island when a security guard pulled up next to us and asked, "Hey, you want to take the shuttle?"
"Yes!" we cried, me wondering if Hawaiians were somehow possessed of the double gifts of helpfulness and clairvoyance.
"You see that girl sitting across the street at the bench? You go see her, she runs the shuttles."
During our ride from the airport it was too dark to get much of an impression of the city of Honolulu, but not to form an impression of the people.
So far I definitely like the people of Honolulu.
I'll tell you what I think of the city once the sun comes up.