We took a Boeing 767-400 from IAH-HNL. Nice ride over, a little bumpy over Palm Springs and LAX, but after we got off the coast it smoothed out. Once you get out over the Pacific, the flying is very relaxing. With the technology we have now, once we get off the coast and out of radar contact, we check the HF (high frequency) radios to make sure ATC can call us if necessary. After that, all communication with Air Traffic Control is done by CPDLC--Controller Pilot Datalink Communication. We monitor 123.45 (air-to-air frequency) on the #1 VHF and 121.5 (emergency frequency) on the #2. After that, it's just kick back and make sure the airplane stays on course, checking the fuel and time at each waypoint to make sure everything is going as planned with regard to time and fuel burn.