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Over a Taco Tuesday meal, we decided to embark on the Ka'ena Point Trail one Saturday a 5.5 mile round trip out and back hike that leads to the Ka'ena Point Natural Area Preserve.

It’s a beautiful Saturday morning in West Oahu, (like most of them are) and it’s time to get out and go for a drive.  A great trip for such a Saturday is the drive up the Leeward Coast to the Waianae Farmer’s Market.  It’s a...

Aiea Loop Trail Hike
Looking for a relaxing but beautiful day hike? The Aiea Loop Trail leisurely wanders through lush Hawaiian forests and native trees.
Anyone who has visited the islands has no doubt seen the famous hand gesture coupled with the "Shaka" greeting! A shaka sign – the unmistakable pinky and thumb salute – is the ultimate symbol of Aloha and local culture in Hawaii, but where did this come from?

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