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top ten things to do if you visit Oahu

Filed under: Posts — SunDub @ 01:31:31 pm

1. Go to Waimea Bay on the North Shore, especially around this time of year because the waves are ginormous.

2. Go kayaking at Kailua Beach. Beautiful environment with calm waters that are great for kayaking.

3. Hike Maunawili Falls. It's a like search for buried treause. You search, high then low, and travel through brush, over rocks, and end up at a secluded waterfall that's great for jumping off.

4. Cruise Waikiki Beach during the day. Meet tourists, locals. Check out the shops and the beaches. At night, all the same with the addition of the nightspots.

5. Hike Diamond Head. The Diamond Head Crater is former home to a military bunker and has a great view of the coast. Short hike but pretty much all uphill. But it can still be done in slippers (flip-flops) though I wouldn't advise it, I just rarely wear shoes.

6. Hit up restaurant Row. Picture this, start the evening with a great steak at Ruth's Chris Steakhouse. Then head to the Dollar Movie theatre to see that new movie you wanted to see but didn't want to pay ten bucks to watch. Last, go over to Ocean's for the nightcap and get a feel for the scene in Oahu.

7. If you surf, then surf. If you don't, take a lesson. You can get an hour lesson for around $35 an hour. Walk around and check it out. You might be able to find people who can hook you up cheaper or better yet for free.

8. Go to Helena's. Helena's has great Hawaiian food. Da buggah goin broke da mouth. Enough said.

9. Walk through Ala Moana Shopping Center. The place changes each day. I'm serious. It seems like a new shopping is opening everytime you blink. Ok, maybe not that much but the (I believe) third largest open mall in America continue to add levels, shops and restaurants.

10. Visit the only palace on American soil. Iolani Palace, former home to the monarchs of the Hawaiian Kingdom is an interesting piece of Hawaiian history. You'll learn lots of cool facts like including that the Palance had electricity before the White House.

Bonus: if you love Karaoke, there are like a billion places you can go. Serious, everywhere you look. So have it, get your okole (Butt) over here. Aloha.

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