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What's It Like In Hawaii?

Wed Jun 13, 2001 9:04 pm

Sorry for the dumb question... but i just wanted to know what is Hawaii like for travellers?

It's one of the most famous destinations in the world and it doesn't seem to offer that many things...I mean, is it all surf suf and more surf? Is there anything for non-surfers?

thanks for that!

Jimmy
 
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RE: What's It Like In Hawaii?

Wed Jun 13, 2001 11:31 pm

There are lots of things to do in Hawaii if you like the outdoors.

On several of the islands, you will find a few protected bays that provide good conditions for snorkeling. You can rent a kayak and cross some of the calmer bays. You can hike across ancient lava flows. You can hike to and/or around extinct volcano cones. You can buy a ride on a helicopter to fly over active volcanoes and watch magma ooze to the surface.

On the leeward side of the islands you will find interesting plantations and farms as well as historical sites. I recommend that you visit a sugar-processing plant. They're amazing.

So that's a list for starters. There are plenty of other things to do on the islands, as I am sure others will say.



 
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RE: What's It Like In Hawaii?

Wed Jun 13, 2001 11:45 pm

I dunno what it offers, but im about to find out next Thurday...(at whatever crazy time of night Air New Zealand/Ansett get me there).
Would be great for any pointers on where to go in Oahu, staying on the northshore and going camping for a bit too... but would be interested to know this more on Jimmy's question too.
 
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RE: What's It Like In Hawaii?

Thu Jun 14, 2001 6:13 am

I have been there 2 times. One word sums it all up,...

PARADISE!

Brooklyn, Queens, Manhattan, Staten, Uptown, what now? Lets make it happen.
 
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RE: What's It Like In Hawaii?

Thu Jun 14, 2001 7:49 am

Imagine yourself having just eaten a delicious meal at a nighttime Luau. You go out to sit at the beach, and its a clear, starry night with a crescent of a moon shining. The sound of the surf and the ruslting of the palm leaves is all you hear. A few girls walk by, almost naked, the bright colors of their bikinis faded in the moonlight....... Hawaii is fantastic. Aloha 737-200!!  Wink/being sarcastic I live in Maui, stop on in for a visit!  Big thumbs up
 
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RE: What's It Like In Hawaii?

Thu Jun 14, 2001 8:09 am

I also live on Maui. And if you like heat and humidity....I say WELCOME! You know, working on that airport ramp is so blazing hot and humid that sometimes it feels like I'm about to pass out! But its great here and having gone to college in Cali., I can honestly say that there is absolutely no place like Hawaii! And Aloha 737-200, what are you doing here in Maui? I thought you were going to go to HCC and pursue a flying career?

J-A.G.G.
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RE: What's It Like In Hawaii?

Thu Jun 14, 2001 8:27 am

Aloha Jet-A!! I'm not moving for a while, I'm only a junior in hight school. At any rate, you better e-mail me. alohacooldude@yahoo.com I need to talk with you. It's important and considering my career. Mahalo, Aloha 737-200!!  Wink/being sarcastic
 
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RE: What's It Like In Hawaii?

Thu Jun 14, 2001 4:19 pm

Timdapup22,

ANZ gets in pretty late; the flights are designed to connect to Star Alliance partner Air Canada's flights to Canada.

On the north shore, check out the town of Haleiwa. In particular, get shave ice at Matsumoto's. Also you might want to visit the Polynesian Cultural Center in Laie.

There is the Dole pineapple plantation about half way between the north and south shores in the middle of the island, it's worth checking that out too.

Also check out Pearl Harbor; the USS Arizona Memorial and the USS Missouri are nice. They also have a Russian submarine; I haven't been there yet.

David / SAN
...who will be in Hawaii soon...
 
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RE: What's It Like In Hawaii?

Thu Jun 14, 2001 4:37 pm

Hawaiian..
So you lived on Oahu once? Or were you there as a tourist?

Aloha 737-200!!  Wink/being sarcastic
 
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RE: What's It Like In Hawaii?

Thu Jun 14, 2001 4:45 pm

Honalulu and Oahu is great. The best veiws can be seen by tourist helecopter and Aloha airlines as you are island hopping. Helo is another great location. The area Around the Arizona Memorial is quite peacful and surean.
"FUIMUS"
 
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RE: What's It Like In Hawaii?

Thu Jun 14, 2001 4:53 pm

Helo, you mean Hilo?

Aloha 737-200!!  Wink/being sarcastic
 
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RE: What's It Like In Hawaii?

Thu Jun 14, 2001 11:25 pm

Thanks for That David/SAN - taken notes on those things to do. Will be staying in Haleiwa so am glad to hear it is a place worth going  Smile

Double thanks on the reasons behind the time scheduling, I was wondering on that but never did ask  Smile Not really related to this post but I'm guessing that would be why NZ14 from Sydney to Los Angeles left at 5 PM and now leaves at 9 am or so... (I may be wrong on those too...)
 
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RE: What's It Like In Hawaii?

Fri Jun 15, 2001 3:47 am

Well I've been almost everyone in Hawaii (except Lanai) as a tourist at one point or another. Three years ago my parents moved from California to Hilo, and just this week moved from Hilo to Oahu.

David / SAN
 
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RE: What's It Like In Hawaii?

Sat Jun 16, 2001 12:27 am

Hawaii frickin rocks!


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no matter what you do, it will be relaxing, i love just waking up and thinking "hmm, i suppose i'll go hang out at the ocean for a while" as if that was a default plan for the day...
Here in indiana, going to a public pool on a hot summer day, where little kids pee, and you have what seems like 100 people surriounding you, is a luxury....


hawaii is great! not to mention the highest percentage of gorgeous chicks in the world!

Aloha!!

CHRIS
 
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RE: What's It Like In Hawaii?

Sat Jun 16, 2001 3:41 pm

Hawaii is a dream for alot of people because it's too expensive to get here. Hotels are expensive, living here is expensive. Things here are like 3 times more than they are in the continental U.S.Hawaii is beautiful tho. I live on the North Shore in Hale'iwa--and the sunsets are wonderful, the beaches are great, and the people out here are nice. There's lots of things to do here without just surfing. There's alot of ancient hawaiian culture here, there's old hawaiian buildings in Honolulu, museums, you can go shopping at various malls around the island, go to a hula show, go hiking at Diamond Head..all kinds of things.
 
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RE: What's It Like In Hawaii?

Sat Jun 16, 2001 3:48 pm

cool...a real life wahine replying on this topic.

...beats Aloha737-200  Big grin

 Smokin cool
 
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RE: What's It Like In Hawaii?

Sat Jun 16, 2001 3:56 pm

I think it's funny how they make Hawaii look in the movies. Like they had this one show called Byrds In Paradise, it was a local based show, and there was one scene where they went into the sugar cane fields (when we still had them) and then all of a sudden there's a beach...where did that come from? Alot of people think we dance hula and surf all day and live in grass shacks. I was born and raised here, I don't surf heehee. We dress like everyone else.
 
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RE: What's It Like In Hawaii?

Sat Jun 16, 2001 9:29 pm

Aloha peoples!! Hawaiibelle got it right on the head with what she said about Hawaii. Hollywood has totally changed people's perception of the islands. They've given Hawaii south-american style rainforests and bora-bora style lagoons. Unfortunately, these islands are quite different, but beautiful nonetheless.  Wow! Hawaii has its rainforests, and its beaches. But we also have deserts and cattle ranches, grasslands and plains. On the Big Island we even have Skiing!! Hawaii is more diverse than people think, and the sad thing is that alot of people get here, find out it's not what they had pictured, and become disappointed. To really know Hawaii you shouldn't look at pitures, and you shouldn't believe everything Hollywood throws at you. You have to experience Hawaii FOR YOURSELF! You have to spend a great deal of time here to truly understand these islands. Some poor photos will make an island look ugly, but if you're here to take in the whole picture, you fund everything is quite lovely, more beautiful than you could even imagine, because you have to look at beauty in ALL THINGS.  Love The surf- When you first move here, as I did, the surf can be annoying, trust me on this one. If you're near the shore, the sound never ends. The surf is always there. But the more you hear it, the more the surf mezmorizes you, it places you under a spell and you begin the LOVE the surf. So much you can't live without it. The sound of the waves battering the shoreline becomes a lovesong, the essence of the life of the islands. The wind blows through the valleys and lifts up your soul. The scent of nature fills your every sense, you become pert of the islands, and the islands become a part of you. But one must find these things, which are invisible to the eye of the tourist. I have to have mountains, and I have to have sea. Hawaii delivers. I don't think I could live anywhere with sand and sea that doesn't have high mountains. Hence why I could never live in the Caribbean. And the people here are fantastic. Granted you wil have you people who make a mess of things, and you have a little crime, you have that everywhere, but it seems as if most people have this spirit within them that comes only from the islands. A peice missing from every person can be found here, if you only open up your eyes and look.  Big thumbs up On first sight, Hawaii is not as beautiful as people claim. But when you open up your heart and look at all things with love, you begin to see beauty tha tyou never knew existed, you find yourself in a place that couldn't possibly exist, for it is too beautiful. And this is why I love Hawaii. I can look at a mountain, and see beauty. I can smell it in the air, I can feel it on a breeze. Hawaii has a soul, and you have to open yourself up to it before you can appreciate her true beauty. Hawaiibelle, you have a great advantage. You've lived in the island all your life. I'm a newcome, Haole, and was, like everyone I'm sure, a bit disappointed at first with a few things. And alot of things I loved from the start. But as more time went by I grew to love these islands and I couldn't live anywhere else! For everyone, think of Hawaii as a painting. You have your areas of light, places of jaw-dropping beauty that are unimaginable, and you have your areas of dark, your not-so-pretty areas that at first degrade Hawaii's image. Now step back, and watch light and dark blend together to create a beautiful, fantastic picture. This is Hawaii, the perfect blend.  Smile Don't let Hollywood show you Hawaii, come and see it for yourself. To really love it, stay away from the hotels. Camp. And camp here for a month, at least. And then, surrounded by nature, over time, you will see and love the real Hawaii, not the one served to you on a plate. And I'm sure Hawaiibelle would agree. I'm oving on over to O'ahu here in a year or two for college, so maybe I could meet up with you. That is, if you like (No hidden meaning! Big grin ). Aloha Ahiahi, Aloha 737-200!!  Wink/being sarcastic BTW- G Dubya, you shahbait kine, eh? LOL  Acting devilish
 
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RE: What's It Like In Hawaii?

Sat Jun 16, 2001 9:54 pm

The surf-
When you first move here, as I did, the surf can be annoying, trust me on this one. If you're near the shore, the sound never ends. The surf is always there. But the more you hear it, the more the surf mezmorizes you, it places you under a spell and you begin the LOVE the surf. So much you can't live without it. The sound of the waves battering the shoreline becomes a lovesong, the essence of the life of the islands.

The wind blows through the valleys and lifts up your soul. The scent of nature fills your every sense, you become pert of the islands, and the islands become a part of you. But one must find these things, which are invisible to the eye of the tourist.



*snif* *snif* quite poetic indeed  Smile/happy/getting dizzy


anyhew, people in hawaii are just like everyone else... (only darker.. haha) but geez whiz its an incredible place...

Hawaiibelle!! a newbie, thought i would say welcome, i love seeing more people from hawaii on this site! i've met a few A.net ppl on previous trips down there.. (mostly for airplane stuff)

CHRIS

 
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RE: What's It Like In Hawaii?

Sat Jun 16, 2001 10:28 pm

Chris28_17 wrote:
anyhew, people in hawaii are just like everyone else... (only darker.. haha)

They're friendlier too.

David / SAN
...looking forward to signing his posts as David / HNL all summer long
 
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RE: What's It Like In Hawaii?

Sat Jun 16, 2001 10:51 pm

Ass right Hawaiian!!

Hey, didn't you use to live in Lahaina?

Aloha 737-200!!  Wink/being sarcastic
 
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RE: What's It Like In Hawaii?

Sun Jun 17, 2001 10:48 pm

Can you tell me things about the Big Island? Because i might go on a trip there during christimas.

Alexander
 
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RE: What's It Like In Hawaii?

Mon Jun 18, 2001 3:54 am

Big Island..hmmm only been there once years ago and me and my mom stayed at a resort. Didn't have a rental car so didn't have a chance to look around the island. I wanted to see the volcano erupting and snow. At the time I've never seen snow before, but then when I was in Arizona, I got to see snow for the first time. It was great!I'd love to visit all the islands someday. And off the subject of the Big Island...I like meeting new people, so Aloha737-200 come on down! Would love to meet ya.
 
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RE: What's It Like In Hawaii?

Mon Jun 18, 2001 6:46 am

Aloha 737-200,

No I didn't live in Lahaina. My parents lived for three years in Hilo on the Big Island, just last week moved to Ewa Beach on Oahu.

Which leads me to answering OH-LZA's question...

The Big Island is nice. The Kona (west) side is where most of the resorts are, as well as the good beaches and is known for its coffee plantations. It's dry though, and is prone to getting vog (volcanic smog), so if you are prone to respiratory problems, be careful there.

Hilo is on the east side of the island. Many tourists for some reason get discouraged from going there. It might have something to do with the average 120 inches of rain Hilo gets in a year. But this is typicall in short, 5 minute bursts, and more at night. Because of all this rain, Hilo is very lush and green. If your main interest is the volcano, Hilo is where you want to stay, since it's much closer, about a half hour drive from Hilo town to the volcano.

In my opinion, the best way to see lava flowing from the volcano is to take a helicopter tour, since the flow is somewhat distant from anywhere you can reach on land unless you're willing to take an all day hike across old lava flows. Again because Hilo is closer, its cheaper to go from there than from the Kona side. Short of a helicopter, another neat way to see the lava flow is to go down to the end of Chain of Craters Road at sunset. Bring binoculars, and after it gets dark you can see some distant orange spots where the lava flow (mostly underground) runs under an opening to the surface. Without binoculars, all you'll see are some distant orange spots of light, with with them you can often see currents in the lava. Since its night and you may want to hike a short distance across across a lava flow to get a little better view, bring a flashlight.

David / SAN
 
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RE: What's It Like In Hawaii?

Mon Jun 18, 2001 2:06 pm

DAVID>>>>

how do photographers get such awesome lava pictures from those volcanos, i see these pics everywhere in hawaii, especially calanders...etc... they *have* to be pretty damn close, thats what i wanna do next time im out there!!! (im guessing not just anyone can get that close... but im not sure, thus, im asking)  Big thumbs up

well, hoping anyway..


Hawaiibelle>>>

i think you need to post a picture, i swear all hawaiian females are gorgeous...



CHRIS
 
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RE: What's It Like In Hawaii?

Mon Jun 18, 2001 7:56 pm

Well, let me just say that even tho I've been here all my life, I'm not really hawaiian. If you'd like to see my webpage and pictures of me, look for my webpage address in my profile  Smile Sometimes I wonder what the island Ni'ihau is like--I know it's privately owned by a family..just makes me wonder what plants grow there, how they live on that island since no one is allowed there. And HOW did they obtain it?
 
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RE: What's It Like In Hawaii?

Tue Jun 19, 2001 12:48 pm

Chris,

I don't know for sure, but I can take some guesses.

Vulcanologists study volcanos and often get very close to flowing lava. They are usually wearing special suits for protection, they look like they're made from some sort of metal foil (kind of like Dr. Evil's quasi-futuristic space suit in Austin Powers II).

To get there, I imagine that they hike out across the lava fields. People do it, but you have to be careful, as you never know what exactly is under your feet. It may look like solid rock, but underneath may be flowing lava or a hollow tunnel.

The easy ways to get lava flowing pictures would be from a helicopter. This is probably the only way a civilian like us could get a good enough photo, particularly of the vent where the lava first bursts forth to the surface (the most dramatic flows). With the big lenses many of us aviation photographers have, it might be possible to get good looking photos (I say might because I haven't tried it myself; when I went on the helicopter tour all our photos were done with our point and shoot camera, I didn't have the SLR yet).

David / SAN
 
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RE: What's It Like In Hawaii?

Tue Jun 19, 2001 12:55 pm

I've been to Hawaii twice and I would go back again in a heartbeat. I was able to go when I was 15 and luckily got to go back when I was 16. Heck, I'd move there if I could afford it. All those girls in their bikinis, drove a poor teenage boy nuts.
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RE: What's It Like In Hawaii?

Tue Jun 19, 2001 1:06 pm

Maui, Hawaii

Haleakala National Park


Lahaina


...can't have a collection of Maui pictures without a waterfall.  Smile
 
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RE: What's It Like In Hawaii?

Wed Jun 20, 2001 1:42 am

CstarU>>

that waterfall picture i believe is "sacred falls" on oahu; i was there a few years back just before there was a landslide down there and killed 7 tourists... its been closed since (obviously)

just thought ya might be interested to know that about your picture  Smile


CHRIS
 
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RE: What's It Like In Hawaii?

Wed Jun 20, 2001 2:02 am

Chris,

That's definitely in Maui. I haven't been to Sacred Falls in O'ahu, wished I did. But there's something sacred about this waterfall; about a hundred yards away, on the roadside, there's a small shrine to the Virgin Mary carved on the side of the rocks and from what I've read the waterfall provides the holy water for the little shrine.



More Maui pics.  Smile

Waihe'e Valley viewed from the Waihe'e Ridge Trail.


Hana Airport

 
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RE: What's It Like In Hawaii?

Wed Jun 20, 2001 4:36 am

Wow CstarU those are beautiful pictures  Smile I've never been to Maui.
 
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RE: Chris 28_17, Hawaiibelle

Wed Jun 20, 2001 5:57 am

Chris 28_17, I KNOW that that waterfall is in Maui. That's Wailua Falls, on the Hana side near O'heo Gulch!

That and Waikani are probably the most famous falls in Maui. Me and Pono have been to Wailua several times, maybe 5 or six. Tehani hasn't been with us as much.  Sad

There's a nice little ledge off to the left that you can slip into the water from, you have to search for it though, it's well hidden from the tourists.

We've gone swimming there as early as 5AM at times. It's better in the evening though because the water's warmer. Around 8-10 o'clock most of the tourists are gone and you can slip in. They don't like you to though.  Sad

Cstar- Kaupo Gap? You like da kine?

Hawaiibelle- I can't believe you have never been to Maui. Heheh....and you claim to have lived here all your life. Big grin

Aloha 737-200!!
 
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RE: Aloha737-200

Wed Jun 20, 2001 6:07 am

Yes I've lived here all my life, but stayed on O'ahu. I'd like to visit the other islands someday, perhaps even play tourist  Big grin
 
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RE: What's It Like In Hawaii?

Wed Jun 20, 2001 6:19 am

LOL, you play tourist I'll beef ya! LOL

OK, here's some Maui-

That's be around Olowalu/Ukumehame


That's be a view of Moloka'i from Kapalua!  Big thumbs up


VERY gorgeous Napili Bay!  Big thumbs up


The Ka'anapali Tourist Trap. Great beach, too many people.


WAIKANI FALLS!!! SHAKA!! This is THE BEST place on Maui to swim!! (And I can't swim that well!  Big thumbs up )


I have yet to see a rainbow like this over Ukumehame.  Sad

Want more? Heheheh..

Aloha 737-200!!  Wink/being sarcastic
 
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RE: What's It Like In Hawaii?

Wed Jun 20, 2001 6:27 am

Aloha!!

Hehe...Sunset at Kapalua-



From another angle....


Aloha 737-200!!  Wink/being sarcastic
 
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RE: What's It Like In Hawaii?

Wed Jun 20, 2001 6:33 am

Timdapup22 is coming here in 2 days and I plan on playing tourist and see what kind of reactions we will get. He's coming from Australia and so we both look very haole. From the pictures you've posted here Aloha737-200Maui looks very green and pretty! I'd like to go to the waterfall and sit and relax...looks serene and peaceful.
 
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RE: What's It Like In Hawaii?

Wed Jun 20, 2001 6:40 am

Well it's VERY geen in some areas, very brown in others. Depend on how far Mauka/Makai you are, and whether you get the trades or not. Up Pu'u Kukui we get about 400 inches of rain. But I'm just down the Pali at Ma'alaea and we get about 12 inches of rain. So we have to use our hoses to keep it green.

Go on over to La PErouse bay and you'll see what DRY is!! BTW, that was Maui's last eruption. Kinda cool if you hike to the cone.

Who the hell is Timdapup22????  Confused
 
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RE: What's It Like In Hawaii?

Wed Jun 20, 2001 6:45 am

Alau island at dawn...

That's on the Hana side.

Waianapanapa Black Sand Beach


Waianapanapa is really cool to go biking to. LOL, try biking along the Hana Highway, pisses to tourists off because they think you're one of them.

Aloha 737-200!!  Wink/being sarcastic
 
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RE: What's It Like In Hawaii?

Wed Jun 20, 2001 6:59 am

Hey Hawaiibelle!!!

OMG, I used to have a friend that looked JUST like you. Her name was Ahrian.

It's too bad though what she's done with herself. Started slitting her wrists and now she's in real bad shape. Haven't seen her in a while  Sad

Oh, damnit, I probably made you feel REAL good with that!  Laugh out loud LOL, sorry you just look like her.

Aloha 737-200!!  Wink/being sarcastic
 
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RE: What's It Like In Hawaii?

Wed Jun 20, 2001 7:00 am

Answer to your question Aloha737-200, Timdapup22 is a member here only posted a few things here and there. I guess parts of Maui are like here; like on O'ahu, Kaneohe side by the H-3 freeway is very green but in parts of Hawaii Kai it's brown and desert-like.
 
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RE: What's It Like In Hawaii?

Wed Jun 20, 2001 7:12 am

No kidding, that Pali Highway is VERY green and VERY cool. If I can afford a pad on that side when I move over I'll crash in Kane'ohe. That's the most beautiful area of the island.

Was only on O'ahu once, when I was 12, so the memory is a little fuzzy.  Sad Still, I remeber the Pali Highway, that, if anything, was da kine!

Honolulu is very beautiful too, but WAY too many tourists!! Don't get me wrong, I love chatting with them, but there's too many of 'em. Makes it hard to make friendships.

Here's a nice photo for good measure-



Hehehe...She's HOT!  Smokin cool

Aloha 737-200!!  Wink/being sarcastic

BTW, Hawaiibelle you should post a little in the TWFirst volumes. I do the majority of my chat there so feel welcome!  Big thumbs up
 
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RE: What's It Like In Hawaii?

Wed Jun 20, 2001 7:15 am

Heheh..Kaneohe-



Mt. Pao



Aloha 737-200!!  Wink/being sarcastic
 
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RE: What's It Like In Hawaii?

Wed Jun 20, 2001 7:30 am

I've been to O'ahu more than Aloha737-200.

me = 3x
Aloha737-200 = 1x

 Big grin
 
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RE: What's It Like In Hawaii?

Wed Jun 20, 2001 7:32 am

Suck Rocks!!!  Big thumbs up

Hey Cstar, you should chat with me more! I miss ya!!

Aloha 737-200!!  Wink/being sarcastic
 
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RE: What's It Like In Hawaii?

Wed Jun 20, 2001 7:38 am

Aloha737-200,

...you should chat with me more!

wrong thread!  Big grin

top: Lana'i bottom: Front St. Lahaina
 
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RE: What's It Like In Hawaii?

Wed Jun 20, 2001 7:44 am

Aloha737-200,

...you should chat with me more!

wrong thread!


Huh??

Anways, top- Lanai- DUH
bottom- Front street- DUH! LOL, j/k

Aloha 737-200!!  Wink/being sarcastic
 
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RE: Aloha737-200

Wed Jun 20, 2001 7:57 am

Please use TWFirst volumes for chatting.  Big grin

Before I go (to Starbucks), here's more...
(note: I'm not OJ anymore. Please see profile for more info.)

Mokoli'i Island (Chinaman's Hat), O'ahu


Ala Moana Beach Park, Honolulu.


Pailoa Beach (Wai'anapanapa State Park), Maui


'Ohe'o Gulch (Seven Sacred Pools), Maui
 
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RE: What's It Like In Hawaii?

Wed Jun 20, 2001 8:07 am

................................OK Juice......................................
 
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RE: What's It Like In Hawaii?

Wed Jun 20, 2001 8:15 am

If you are planning to visit Hawaii, you really need to go here especially if you're an American. (And No, I'm not saying only Americans should go.)
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