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Need Help with Shore Acitivities on South Pacific Cruise

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My husband and I (active, early/mid 60's) are taking a cruise in the fall with stops at: Hilo, Honolulu, Pago Pago, Suva, Port Vila, Easo, and Noumea. We would prefer not to take ship excursions -- have much more fun doing our own thing.

Of course, the one drawback of crusing is that your time in port is quite limited, so we would love some suggestions on how to best spend one day in each of these locations. We want to do some snorkeling for sure, but we are also interested in island culture, the arts, and WWII history.

Thanks for your help!

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