By Nahrain John @karryontravel19 Aug 2018If you happened to be in Waikiki this weekend, then you may have been fortunate enough to see TravelManagers crashing several weddings during their first team-building challenge.While traditionally TravelManagers set aside half a day during their annual conference for charitable activities, this year they opted to give back to the Hawaiian locals in quite a quirky way.But let’s start at the very beginning (according to Maria Von Trapp, a very good place to start).<< CLICK HERE FOR A RUNDOWN ON DAY ONE OF THE CONFERENCE >> Personal Travel Managers awoke at the Prince Waikiki on day two of their 2018 conference with the choice to take part in two of three workshops.Those that felt like they needed a bit of healing headed over to the Wellness & Success Workshop hosted by the Derick Borean who helped announce TravelManagers new mental health program. The rest learned about Creative Effective Content for Virtual Businesses (click here for pro Agent tips for Facebook) and confidence being vital to success.Straight after obtaining useful content, they headed on over to the ‘Show n’ Tell’ room where suppliers showed and told them about their products.Operators such as Viking Cruises, World Leading Cruise Lines, Wendy Wu Tours and SO MANY MORE woo’d consultants over to their tables with fun freebies.Cocktails.More cocktails.Photo sessions.And useful information.Then it was onto the group’s inaugural team building challenge, which played out like an Amazing Race.Consultants and suppliers were split into teams and handed a list of activities they had to tick off around Waikiki.Some of the funnier activities included crashing a wedding. Congratulations!! Your first wedding photo with Travel Managers #TM2018HNL #weddingdayA post shared by Kelly Chapman (@kellz_travels) on Aug 18, 2018 at 6:23pm PDTCrashing another wedding. #TM2018HNL #WEDDINGDAY #TEAMCARNIVAL #LESBIANSHOES #PRUROCKSA post shared by Rheina Joyce Gonzales Balayo (@rheinabalayo) on Aug 18, 2018 at 7:04pm PDTPosing by Duke’s statue. #tm2018hnl #dukestatueA post shared by Samantha Harman (@sammyjane_25) on Aug 18, 2018 at 6:46pm PDTHad a cocktail. #TM2018HNL #MAITAITIME #TEAMCARNIVAL #LESBIANSHOES #PRUROCKSA post shared by Rheina Joyce Gonzales Balayo (@rheinabalayo) on Aug 18, 2018 at 7:01pm PDTVisiting Waikiki Beach. #waikikibeach #tm2018hnl #amadeusteamgenaA post shared by Gena Signorini (@genasig) on Aug 18, 2018 at 6:59pm PDTThen there were the ‘pay it forward’ activities, which included buying ice cream for a stranger. #cheesy gift #teamprincesscruisesrach #abcstoredukewaikiki #freeicecream #tm2018hnlA post shared by Claire Crosby (@clairecrostravel) on Aug 18, 2018 at 6:32pm PDTAnd doing a doing a random nice deed. #actofkindness #payitforward #tm2018hnl #amadeusteamgenaA post shared by Gena Signorini (@genasig) on Aug 18, 2018 at 7:03pm PDTTo prove they’d completed each activity, consultants were required to take a picture acting out of the action and post it to social media using the hashtag – #TM2018HNL.Four hours and 12 activities laters, Agents returned to the hotel dripping in Waikiki sweat for a quick shower and rest before heading to the Prince Waikiki’s Muliwai Deck and Hinani Bar for some much-deserved drinks.<< CLICK HERE FOR A GALLERY OF IMAGES FROM DAY TWO >> READ: How a Travel Agent used Facebook to make more salesREAD: Agency Group enters an opulent partnership with Luxury EscapesREAD: Agency group provides Travel Agents with free 24/7 mental supportREAD: Travel Agents had the ‘time of their lives’ on day one in HawaiiSee anyone you know taking part in the TravelManagers Waikiki Challenge? Tag them below. Other stories you may likeSUN TO CITY: Qantas adds extra flights to Santiago & HonoluluCALL FOR HELP: TravelManagers’ family hit by heartbreaking cancer battleHOORAY US-YAY: Book a cruise to the States and take home $100!