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  1. I was just on your blog and I wanted to see if we might collaborate work together sort of speak. I am a Maui, Hawaii business that specialized in snorkeling with turtles photography tour. I have a couple of ways to benefit you through affiliating our product and referring our service/activity. It can be more descriptive via email.

    Mahalo,,,Ali K Young

  2. I see that you wrote this blog in October 2014. I’m planning to go to O’ahu this year, October 2018. Is there anything new that you can add to this blog? Any additional places to see or restaurants to eat at? I will be there 8 days. This blog was extremely helpful, I plan to use it when mapping out our trip, thanks for sharing!

    1. Hi, I’m sorry for the late reply. As of right now, there isn’t too much new. I might have to add an entry for Kaka’ako, which is this trendy area which is undergoing massive construction, with a movie theater, TJ Maxx, a Whole Foods, and honestly, a bunch of great places to eat once you’re in that area. It’s also a couple of blocks from Ala Moana SHopping Center and one block from the beach!

  3. Aloha Bruddah Ron – Your site is really well organized and I love the layout. I noticed you built it on WordPress. Do you recall which template you used and if you do, would you consider sharing it? I am a WordPress newbie and an just starting my food and craft blog.

    Mahalo – deb – Kaimuki High School grad

  4. I love your site! Thank you so much for all the great advice and Info.
    I am planning a trip with my 15&16 boys decided for our first Hawaii trip to visit Oahu.
    Your blog was for geared for adults, any suggestions for night life with teens or for teens? Doing Waikiki for 3 1/2 days then North Shore 3 1/2 days.
    Thanks so much can’t wait to hear from you.

    1. Good question. I would say at that age, the beach is great. I think surf lessons or stand up paddleboard lessons would take up a lot of time. Hikes are great. Basically anything that they can take pictures and make friends jealous is nice. For the campy, but memorable family experience and somewhat educational experience, the Polynesian Cultural Center (somewhat near North Shore) is fun. It’s all day. Last thing: check out the rock at Waimea Bay near North Shore– it’s a fun part to jump off.

  5. Good morning! I’m looking to advertise on your Hawaii vacation planning site. I’d love to connect with you at your earliest convenience about this subject. Have a great day, and we’ll chat soon.

    Kindest,
    Zach

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