Hawaii Honeymoon: Part 2

Hawaii Honeymoon Part 2

If you missed Part 1 of the Hawaii Honeymoon post, you can find it here.  When I was writing up the first post I really wanted to focus on the beauty of Hawaii . . . the landscapes and nature.  This post is geared towards looking at the more adventurous aspects!  It was so great going through these photos again . . .  I think I may eventually put a Hawaii mini book together, but for now this will be a great little recap of our Oahu adventures.

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I’m so happy we decided to stay on the North Shore at the Turtle Bay Inn.  The seclusion of this place is a huge part of its appeal.  Although all of Oahu is gorgeous, it was nice to take in the scenery from a lounge chair with a fruity cocktail in hand . . . oh yeah ;-)

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We went on a couple of hikes, but this one at the Diamond Head Trail was our favorite.  It was a pretty good workout to get up the hill, and the view from the top was gorgeous!  The snow cones at the bottom of the trail were also delicious.

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O really wanted to surf, I really wanted to rent mopeds to drive around the island, and we both wanted to go to the luau at Paradise Cove . . . there were no compromises- we had to do it all :-)

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Although I loved all of the food and adventuring, one of my favorite things about our honeymoon was waking up every morning hearing the waves crashing against the shoreline and then grabbing a cup of coffee to enjoy the view from our room.

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These photos are really only pieces of our trip, but they’re wonderful pieces.  We loved Hawaii and Oahu will always hold a special meaning for us.

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