Hawaiian Favorites!

Monday, October 2, 2017


Aloha, y'all!

I didn't want to come back to the East Coast. I could have seriously stayed on Hawaii Time for a very long time. But if you've been to Hawaii, you know it can also be expensive. And so I'm back to reality. However, on this still very warm Fall Monday morning, I want to share some of my favorite experiences with you.


Favorite Activity





One of my dream activities was to hike Diamond Head. My family loves being active and so it was a no-brainer to plan this hike. It was a little difficult going up all the stairs but the view from the top was well worth it!




Favorite Beach


By far my favorite beach was Kailua Beach. The beaches there had soft white sand that was met with the most clear beautiful waters! I would definitely want to stay there next time!




Favorite Non-Tourist Spot



Because we went with a Hawaiian native, we were able to see one spot that I don't think is on many tourist maps. This place was Punchbowl Cemetery or National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. It is basically like the Arlington Cemetery of the Pacific. I didn't think it would be that cool, but I was pleasantly surprised.


View from the top of Punchbowl Cemetery

And since this post is very picture heavy, I won't make it very long, but last but not least...

Favorite Picture I Took



This picture is at Makapu'u Lookout in Waimanalo, Hawaii. It also has a beautiful view of Rabbit Island.



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