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Kauai: Hanalei's enchanting spell - OCRegister

But the north shore feels like an enchanted island of its own, the Bali Hai of “South Pacific. Kauai’s southern shore brims with wave-kissed beaches and resorts. ” The small laidback town of Hanalei is lined with eateries, boutiques and galleries. Green and lush, the landscape unfurls as you round that final bend and Hanalei Bay comes into view. But we can’t resist the Dock Dynasty sign, nor the scarlet kayaks poised on the Hanalei River bank in such alluring, aquatic style. You could easily spend your days lolling in a hammock or splashing in the gentle summer waves — or surfing the giant winter waves at the outer reefs. Source: www.ocregister.com








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Mokoliʻi From Kualoa Regional Park, East Shore, Oahu, Hawaii
Mokoliʻi is a 12.5-acre (5.1 ha), 206-foot-tall (63 m) basalt island 1⁄3 miles (0.54 km) offshore of Kualoa Point, Oahu, in Kāne'ohe Bay, Hawaii, at Geologically, it used to be connected to Oahu before erosion cut...
Photo by Ken Lund on Flickr
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Mokoliʻi From Kualoa Regional Park, East Shore, Oahu, Hawaii (3)
Mokoliʻi is a 12.5-acre (5.1 ha), 206-foot-tall (63 m) basalt island 1⁄3 miles (0.54 km) offshore of Kualoa Point, Oahu, in Kāne'ohe Bay, Hawaii, at Geologically, it used to be connected to Oahu before erosion cut...
Photo by Ken Lund on Flickr
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Mokoliʻi From Kualoa Regional Park, East Shore, Oahu, Hawaii (3)
Mokoliʻi is a 12.5-acre (5.1 ha), 206-foot-tall (63 m) basalt island 1⁄3 miles (0.54 km) offshore of Kualoa Point, Oahu, in Kāne'ohe Bay, Hawaii, at Geologically, it used to be connected to Oahu before erosion cut...
Photo by Ken Lund on Flickr