Playing tour guide never works to your advantage.
"To your left is uh, hmm, what ridge was that again?"
Sure, you know most of the scenic spots - but you're hit or mostly miss when it comes to the correct names (we won't even mention pronunciation). And the moment anyone asks you for the history, the answer is usually "I think it's because of King Kamehameha."
Your out-of-town friends called. They want their money back.
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Posted on Tuesday, May 29, 2012 in Permalink