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  • Unassuming Charm: Kawaikui Beach Park

    Unassuming Charm: Kawaikui Beach Park
    Most of us gravitate to the larger, more glamorous things - the latest iPhone, the sleekest cars, the hottest boy toy....but when it comes to beaches, it seems as if even the smaller, less fabricated ones are the most fun. Kawaikui Beach Park is a great, little beach and park that is a personal favorite.
  • Aiea Bowl: Cosmic Fun!

    Aiea Bowl: Cosmic Fun!
    When was the last time you went cosmic bowling? The best alley on the island of Oahu would have to be Aiea Bowl - it's recently renovated, has great food, and the lanes are nice to bowl on. Aiea Bowl is a winner!
  • Sword, Guns and Canons: Oh My!

    Sword, Guns and Canons: Oh My!
    What happens when an old army big gun battery in the middle of the Pacific Ocean can't be torn down? Turning it into a free museum may not seem like the most likely of answers.
  • Punahou School

    Punahou School
    Whoever thought that a school could be such a beautiful place that brings hundreds of people together? People ranging from young to old flood the campus of Punahou School for the annual Punahou Carnival!
  • A French Foodie Gem in Honolulu, Hawaii: Brasserie Du Vin

    A French Foodie Gem in Honolulu, Hawaii: Brasserie Du Vin
    When anyone asks me about my favorite place to eat, I excitedly exclaim, "DU VIN!" Even with my obvious slaying of the proper French pronunciation, it's all worth it when we walk into the most charming, beautifully decorated, hidden gem in Honolulu, Hawaii.
  • Lili'uokalani Botanical Gardens

    Lili'uokalani Botanical Gardens
    Hidden in the city is a quiet place to have a picnic or a quiet moment to sit near a waterfall. Sandwiched between the Honolulu neighborhoods of Liliha and Nu'uanu lies the beautiful Lili'uokalani Botanical gardens.
  • North Shore Secret Beach

    North Shore Secret Beach
    Living on an island has its many pluses - this includes the plethora of beaches to explore. Sometimes this allows us to stumble upon secret beaches, locations that aren't known by many. So take a look and get to know my favorite North Shore secret beach!
  • A Local Favorite

    A Local Favorite
    At Kokonuts, they serve crepes, shaved ice, candy, ice cream, bubble drinks, and a lot more. They have delicious food items at low prices and it's a local favorite. People come to Kokonuts because of it's good reputation, even President Obama came in and ordered some shaved ice!
  • Makapu'u Beach Park!

    Makapu'u Beach Park!
    This is my favorite beach of all time - crashing waves, cerulean waters, warm sand, and bright sunshine! Ever since I moved to Oahu, Hawaii, I LOVED going to the beach. I'd been to numerous beaches, splishin' and splashin' to my heart's desire. But when I discovered Makapu'u beach, I thought it was perfect.
  • Largest Outdoor Shopping Center in the World

    Largest Outdoor Shopping Center in the World
    Sometimes even Lomographers need to head to the mall. So with that in mind, why not do it in style? I know a place where you can do just that, the Ala Moana Center! Located in Honolulu, Hawaii on the isle of Oahu this is a very popular mall with earnings of $1 billion in annual sales.
  • Island in the Sun: Shark's Cove (Upper)

    Island in the Sun: Shark's Cove (Upper)
    Sharks? Say what? Nah, at least not for now. Here on Oahu, we have tons of beaches. But Shark's Cove isn't your normal beach. Read more about it after the jump.
  • Sandy Beach

    Sandy Beach
    One of my favorite places to shoot is SANDY BEACH on the South Side of
  • Hidden Beach Gems: Kahala Beach, Hawaii

    Hidden Beach Gems: Kahala Beach, Hawaii
    Beyond the picturesque Waikiki Beach, my love and I prefer to find smaller beaches that remain tucked in the smaller towns, beyond the reach of tourists. Our favorite is Kahala Beach, on the east shore of Oahu, Hawaii.
  • Historical Manoa

    Historical Manoa
    Took a Lomowalk around the old neighborhood of Manoa, Hawaii. I have found the most beautiful and stunning houses, some dating back to many years ago.
  • Waikiki, Honolulu: Finding Romance in the Details

    Waikiki, Honolulu: Finding Romance in the Details
    Everyone is familiar with the picturesque images of Waikiki, on the island of Oahu, Hawaii. What comes to mind are usually palm trees, white sand, and the lounging couples on their honeymoon. All of these intimate details and more really add to the romantic atmosphere my love and I found during our LomoWalk around Waikiki. See more after the jump!
  • Hawaii Beaches: Westside Vs. Eastside

    Hawaii Beaches: Westside Vs. Eastside
    Yes, a beach is a beach, and all beaches are the epitome of relaxation and paradise. But there are better beaches than others, even in Hawaii. Here's a close comparison of the pros and cons with the Westside (Leeward) beaches and the Eastside beaches on Oahu, Hawaii.
  • Shimazu's Shave Ice: Chilly Perfection

    Shimazu's Shave Ice: Chilly Perfection
    Tucked away next to a small alley, Shimazu Store is difficult to find and get to - but the icy treats are delicious to eat! This family-run store has been serving shaved ice to locals for years, and the proof is in the amazing taste.
  • Coffee Shops: Great Arenas for Art

    Coffee Shops: Great Arenas for Art
    In Hawai'i, local art hardly gets any chance to be showcased to large audiences. In fact, the art scene in Hawai'i is somewhat sparse to begin with. However, I've noticed a rising trend for small coffee shops to display local artists' works on their walls. In this article, I'll highlight two coffee shops: Glazer's Coffee and Coffee Gallery.
  • Ko Olina: Epitome of Relaxation

    Ko Olina: Epitome of Relaxation
    My favorite resort and beach on Oahu is called the Ko Olina Resort (Marriott), located on the west side of the island. It's got beautiful hotels but the star of the area is the Ko Olina's man-made lagoon beaches with pure white sand and sunny skies.
  • Kaimuki: Small Scale Charm

    Kaimuki: Small Scale Charm
    This is a small neighborhood or district in Honolulu. It has a lot of character and contains many small businesses.

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