Oahu’s southeastern shores in the Hawaii Kai, Oahu area have a couple good spots to watch the sunset. Sometimes, you just have to get to a better vantage to truly enjoy them.
We love this picture for feelings it brings of throwback, genuine, why not, life’s a beach.
Get out there and enjoy your sunset. Van not included.
From the photographer:
“The proper way to watch a sunset in Hawaii Kai.”
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