Thursday, April 11, 2024

See Oahu's North Shore (the MDC way)


“Hawaii is an amazing place and every time I come here, I discover something new. This trip we found a picturesque bay which would have been hard to discover if not for detailed instructions by a kind local. I happily spent a few minutes in a Farmer's Market talking to a local couple who had visited India in the 90’s. They had traveled extensively through out the country. His favorite experiences was visiting the Meenakshi temple in Madurai, the Carnatic music halls in Chennai and a trip to Barmer in Rajasthan 😊 He loved RK Narayan books and Satyajit Ray movies. It was fascinating talking to them😊.

I read this somewhere and it sums up what I would say if I had to suggest what to do in Oahu. ”I tried to follow a map, but then I realized... it's much more fun getting lost in paradise." 🗺️😉 So all you mainland folks coming here, step beyond Waikiki and I promise you, an entire magical island awaits! Here are some typical pictures of a day in the North shore. You will find cute little food trucks, intriguing store fronts, and adventurous surfers 🏄 waiting for the next big wave. Find the secret coves and picturesque bays, eat the freshest fruit that you have ever had and look out for the turtles prancing around in the water close to the shore! All this and so much more…......

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My top North Shore spots : 

1. Vist the historic surf town of Haleiwa

2. Eat at the numerous foof trucks in North Shore

3. Visit Laniakea beach to see Honu (turtles)

4. Eat fresh fruit from the farm stand at Kuilima Farms

5.Go on an adventure to Kawela Bay and find the Banyan tree prominently featured in the "Lost" series

6. Grab shave ice from Matsumoto Shave Ice

7. Shop for beach themed merchandise from Soha Living

8. Stop by the Sunrise Shack for the best acai bowls and cute pictures.


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