I've never been to Hawaii before. This airport was a new experience to me. When we came off the flight, we feared that we'd been dumped groundside and were going to have to be rescreened. Nobody told us that the concourses are open-air. Lisa was pleased at close-up views of a JAL 747 that we got as we walked up and down the concourses. But we're both quite tired. I think we'll probably have to give in and sleep for a little while on this next leg, even though it's really the wrong time of day to do so, it being 8:30 AM in Japan as I compose this message in the WorldClub. It's not luxurious, but it's cooler than the concourses, and we have about another 90 minutes here or so before we have to head back down to gate 10 for our flight.
Near the end of the flight, we connected our two computers (with a wired connection, not wireless!) and played Locomotion, which did indeed make an hour or so vanish pretty quickly. The 757 from Seattle did not have on-board power, so our laptop batteries need recharging, which we're doing now in the WorldClub. Assuming we don't fall asleep on board, and assuming the promised on-board power is available, we may be building railroads across the Pacific.