Heinz Hedemann surfing
This is the uncoolest name for a surf shop I have ever heard and seen! Yesterday, when we were in Waikiki we signed up for this surf course I really wanted to do. First our host had to convince my Dad, that everybody is able to stand on the board during the lesson, because he was still a little frustrated of the the one time he tried it in Australia and just embaressed himself.
Just imagine the wave was 5 meters higher (the wave was still fast)
Like I said, we signed up for the surf course. They introduced us to the surf moves with a short video and then off we went into the water. Our instructor gave us a little headstart, when he saw a good wave and all we had to do was to stand up. I figured it out pretty quickly and it was so much fun. The only enoying thing was paddling back to the instuctor after finishing the wave. Dad was reallyyy exhausted, I was just enoyed. I guess, since it was already his 46th birthday, I can say he did pretty well for his age.
Dad thought after surfing a few hours, we should do a hike afterwards. It was boring. The first few steps were alright and then it was so freaking hot. But we arrived at the top and the view was beautiful.
I am proud to say, that I was the one who found this precious gem. I took a look in the Lonely Planet and found out, that it was nearby. We drove along the 11th Avenue, in which the restauant was supposed to be. The only problem: the street was chopped of by a highway before the house number came up. We had already kind of given up, when we saw a tunnel passing under the highway. 11th ave continued and we found the matching house number. It was totally worth it. It was delicious and we ordered a little too much, so we took the rest back „home“