What We Woke up to!!
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This is from Sonja's lanai - I woke up to see this, Waikiki
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and when I turned to the left - Diamond Head

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Now, we'll go explore!! (I'm hooked)
Retired and having fun writing cookbooks, tasting wine and sharing recipes with all my friends.
  Re: What We Woke up to!! by cjs ( [i]UNBELIEVABLE!![/...)
Beautiful pics, Jean. Please post more as you have time.

"Drink your tea slowly and reverently..."
  Re: Re: What We Woke up to!! by Mare749 (Beautiful pics, Jean...)
Wow! Just Wow!
  Re: Re: What We Woke up to!! by HomeCulinarian (Wow! Just Wow!...)
WOW! Can they be my friends, too? I agree, please post more as you can!

On my way home today, I was thinking of you guys. A thought occured to me...what if they don't come home...LOL?!?!?!?
Keep your mind wide open.
  Re: Re: What We Woke up to!! by Gourmet_Mom (WOW! Can they be my...)
Hopefully you'll get to the other side of Oahu - the North Shore. Haliewa Town is cute little area. Nice beaches on the north shore and not crowded.

I can't wait to see more pictures! I'm living vicariously through you until our trip to the BI on March.
  Re: Re: What We Woke up to!! by Trixxee (Hopefully you'll get...)
Wow Jean!! Have fun!! Looks like you're having a great vacay! Enjoy and take lots of pics!

When life gives you lemons, make lemonade. Then find someone whose life has given them vodka.
  Re: Re: What We Woke up to!! by BarbaraS (Wow Jean!! Have fun...)
OMG, I am so jealous!!!
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  Re: Re: What We Woke up to!! by farnfam (OMG, I am so jealou...)
OoOOoooooo wow I've never been there either and that is just beautiful!
  Re: Re: What We Woke up to!! by DFen911 (OoOOoooooo wow I've ...)
How pretty, I can't wait to see some "beach shots"!!! I'll probably whine a lot, though...

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  Re: Re: What We Woke up to!! by foodfiend (How pretty, I can't ...)
Told ya!!!!!

If you think that you are physically fit enough - the hike up Diamond Head is awesome, especially if you do it first thing in the morning. We were there when they opened at 6 or 6:30 - stunning views from the top!

We went to the Polynesian Center on the north side of Oahu - run by the missionaries of the Church of Latter Day Saints, I think (but it was several years ago, so my brain is a little fuzzy on details). While the tour of the "countries" was okay, and the dinner okay, the luau show that evening, performed by the students, was spectacular and worth the entire cost of admission.

BTW, aren't the natives just the most beautiful people you have ever seen?

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