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Archive for April, 2015

Sandy Beach Park on Oahu, Hawaii

Sunday, April 12th, 2015:

SANDY BEACH PARK IN HAWAII If you truly want to view the nature`s beauty, Sandy Beach Park is the one to see. Sandy Beach Park is the well known park of southeastern shore of Oahu. Its view includes powerful shore break and pounding waves due to which is favorite among bodysurfers and experienced body boarders. It is a very dangerous beach and is known to be broken necks` beach. It is dangerous specifically during high-surf when there are strong rip-currents present. This place is between eastern Makapu’u point and western Hanauma Bay. During most part of year, red signs and […] Read More →

Review: Polynesian Cultural Center on Oahu, Hawaii

Thursday, April 9th, 2015:

Polynesian Cultural Center in Hawaii Have you ever had a first-hand experience at a cultural centre that swept you off your feet? Well, whatever your answer is, I don’t think you’ve got the feel I have presently about my visit to Polynesian cultural center. It was wow! I just couldn’t stop starring in amazement at what I was seeing. Join me as I carry you along this wonderful experience I had. I just hope I would be able to remember them all, for they were just too numerous for me to recount. Well, I’ll try to. By the time am […] Read More →

Diamond Head in Hawaii History

Tuesday, April 7th, 2015:

DIAMOND HEAD IN HAWAII Diamond Head, situated in Hawaiian-Island of the Oahu is known as Le’ahi. Laeahi means tuna`s brow. It was military-lookout place and was known to be national natural-landmark during 1968. Nowadays it is popular hiking place where thousands of visitors travel each year. It is almost 200,000-years old. Its inactive history starts almost 150,000 years ago. It is an amazing creation by nature that has unique beauty to impress its viewers. It is one of the most recognized locations of Hawaii. Visitors travel hundreds of miles for getting a firsthand view of this Diamond Head. It is […] Read More →

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