Today was a very early start for the few of us that chose to have a morning surf. After that, we hopped on to the bus to the KoAloha ukulele factory, which a couple of the members remembered visiting on the trip five years ago. We got to see how ukuleles are made, and how strong they are by getting Rylan to stand on one of the ukuleles. Next, the family who owns the small factory played us a tune on their ukuleles, and we played them four in return. One of the family members got so emotional from our song that he almost cried! There where even more tears when the factory presented the group with three brand new ukuleles to give to members with broken or beat up ukuleles. After that, we went to check out Pearl Harbour and learned a lot about the history of the Harbour and even got to take a small boat to see Arizona memorial. Next we headed on over to our much anticipated final diner, which most of us dressed up for. For a couple days prior to the diner, the seniors and some of the intermediates where working very hard to fulfill a very special island ukuleles tradition. The tradition is to make up a reward for each member of the group and present them with a gift and a mini speech. It was a great last day we will be sad to leave behind. See you tomorrow Victoria!!