Makaha Oceanview Estates
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Cock-a-doodle-doo! Roosters: can't live with them, can't murder them. Poor Amrita had to leave to Maui today, but at least Matt got to take the day off. Did I say this place was a paradise? It looks even better in the morning.
We cooked some Portuguese sausage and eggs for breakfast, then packed up the cooler with some beverages, then made the short trek down to the ...
... 8pm they mark a lot of the food down, like last night I bought a mean as fish for $3.50 for a monster fillet. Got the barby going and it was so good. I've also added some chilli beans to my rice and soy sauce lunches, bit of protein not to mention a good taste. But yeah that's about the excitement from last few days. I'll try not to be so slack in future. Time sometimes gets the better of me you know. Alright talk soon buddy. Cheers, ...
WOW !!!!! Twenty-two acres of tropical playground is our backyard. After a sleep-in to recover from jet lag, first stop our private pool on Level Four. Each of the four accommodation towers is fully self contained complete with pool, spa and gym. Life is very tough. Second stop was brunch on the beach at a little restaurant named Tropical. Salads are definitely the go if we want to stay healthy ..... delicious when you add ...
... from red lava. After visiting Waimea, we returned to Turtle Bay and went for a coastline jog. Along the way we saw a large Banyon Tree, which was used in the filming of Lost and Pirates of the Caribbean. It's pretty spectacular and awe-inspiring in terms of scale. It's as though this one tree is its own tiny forrest. After jogging, we enjoyed a great lunch beachside, including ahi poke, macadamia nut hummus, ...
... cultures including some spectacular fire dancing! A fun day was had by all and we were thoroughly stuffed and knackered by the time we got home :-) Our second trip was another wildlife adventure. Hump-backed whales migrate to Hawaii in winter to escape the icy temperatures of the Arctic during their breeding season. Thousands of whales congregate around the islands every year, so we decided this was an opportunity not to be missed. We loved it so much we went twice! The first time was ...
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84-1021 Lahilahi Street, Waianae | Condofrom $275
- Very nice place
- Perfect Vacation