This Aloha Sunset Sunday takes us to the island of Oahu.
Hawaii has shorter sunsets than most of the mainland. Shorter sunsets make us appreciate them all the more.
This Sunday we thought of the importance of ‘ohana when viewing a sunset. ‘Ohana is the Hawaiian word for ‘family’ but it extends this concept to include all those you love and embrace. Sunsets in Hawaii are beautiful, but they are even better when viewed with someone in your ‘ohana. So, grab someone you love, give them a squeeze, and enjoy the warmth from Hawaii.
Sometimes getting to the surf is more difficult than others. Of course, that’s all part of the adventure that makes surfing what it is. read more
We’re not sure about you, but when we hear “beach cove” and “Hawaii” together we think, “Sweet.” And Halona Beach Cove delivers. read more
Between Makapuu Point and Waimanalo on the island of Oahu you’ll find the tiny islet of Manana. Sometimes called Rabbit Island for it’s part in rabbit breeding operations until the mid-1990’s, Manana literally translates to, to stretch out, or to spread out. read more
Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve on Hawaii’s island of Oahu is a beginning snorkeler’s paradise. This well-protected bay boasts hundreds of tropical fish species, calm, clear waters and shallow depths allowing for great viewing. read more
A spotted eagle ray (Aetobatus narinari) stealthy flies inches above columns of white sand seeking out its next snack in near shore Oahu waters. Hawaiians call rays Hihimanu, which translated literally means “flowing bird.” read more
Hale’iwa has a couple of welcome signs in town, this one features a man surfer and has a complimentary woman surfer nearby. read more
Standing up on a surfboard is tough enough, let alone walking to the front of the board and hanging five or ten toes over the nose. But this man was able to get five over the front standing on a boogie board, which is considerably more difficult. read more