More videos in downtown Honolulu

Round 2 of video shooting went down today as Carl and I headed to the King Kamehameha Statue to meet Dennis and his tour group as they drove through historic Honolulu. We set up our camera at the statue a few minutes before Dennis arrived from Pearl Harbor, where his group had just visited the USS Arizona Memorial.
After we finished filming, we made an extra trip to check out the Iolani Palace since it’s right across the street! We had a chance to see the Royal Hawaiian Band performing live on the lawn to an enthusiastic crowd. The band plays a mixture of Hawaiian language songs and classic American tunes like “When the Saints Go Marching In”.
Downtown Honolulu is so fascinating in the simple fact that there are so many historical Hawaiian buildings in a small radius. Here’s a list of the famous Hawaii landmarks we got to see as we drove around the block (yup, in one block!): All-in-all, we had a great time meeting more of our guests on tour! This was a little different than Wednesday’s experience because today’s guests had only gone to Pearl Harbor. With Greg’s group, they were on the last leg of their circle island tour so they had seen more of Oahu. To all you readers out there, hope to see you on a tour in Hawaii!

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