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Welcome to my Hawaii homepage. Please come on in, take a look around and make yourself comfortable! Please be sure to leave your slippers (shoes) at the door though! Mahalo!

First off let me tell you that most of these links are for the island of O'ahu, which I live on.
There is lots to do while visiting our island home so enjoy!

But don't forget to kick back, relax and put your feet in the sand for a while.

Do you like to hike? If so you can hike Diamond Head Crater. The view from the top is spectacular! But don't forget to bring a flashlight. Yes a flashlight.

You can also look through the Hike Hawaii home page to read about other hiking spots on the islands.

If hiking isn't your thing you might find these places of intrest. There is Bishop Museum, the Polynesia Cultural Center, Honolulu Zoo, Sea Life Park, home to the Wholphin, Kekaimalu and Waikiki Aquarium. And one of the biggest tourist attractions the Arizona Memoral.

Remembering Pearl Harbor tells of the events leading up to the bombing of Pearl Harbor.

The Arizona Memoral will soon be getting a new attraction, the historical battleship U.S.S. Missouri.

If you would like to learn more about the history of the U.S.S. Missouri please visit this website.

When you're done visiting the Arizona Memorial just walk across the way and visit the U.S.S. Bowfin Submarine Museum and Park. The kids love this one!

Don't forget to visit this historical landmark, `Iolani Palace. You can find information about the Palace at this website or this website

Hawaii Maritime Center which sets in Honolulu Harbor next to Aloha Tower, tells of Hawaii's history on the sea.

While visiting O'ahu you might like to do some shopping. May I suggest Aloha Tower and Ala Moana Center.

If you enjoy fine art you might want to visit one of the many Wyland Galleries located here on O'ahu.

You want to find out what's going on around town? What the weather is like or what the surf report is? You can check here at KHON, and KITV, KGMB. Would you like to read the paper? Then you can read the latest edition of the Honolulu Star-Bulletin .

If you're looking for some local hotspots, take a look through these local papers! Honolulu Weekly, This Week, and Mid Week

After a long day of sightseeing you might want to sit back, grab a cool and refreshing drink and enjoy The Sweet Sound of Hawaiian Music . One of my favorite Hawaiian performers is Keali'i Reichel. His music is so romantic.

If you don't see a trip to the Islands in your future then you may want to visit Virtually Hawaii.

If your looking for something and it's not on this page then you can go to these two webpages, Hawaii Home Page or Hawaii Catalogue of Web Pages.

Here are some other interesting Hawaii websites Planet Hawaii, Extreme Hawaii Fun and Discovering Hawaii, Hawaii's Visitors Bureau, Hawaii Guide Hawaiian-Index

Do you love whales? If so, visit the Hawaiian Island Humpback Whale NMS.

Please visit The Honu Project of the World Turtle Trust, and International Year of the Ocean. It has stories in English and Hawaiian and also has a coloring book.

Endangered Species of Hawaii

My family and I took a trip to Volcanoes National Park on the Big Island of Hawaii in May 1998, and we had a wonderful time. If you'd like to visit, here are some links I found about the Park. Let me tell you first that 1 day in the park is not long enough. Some of the links will have the same titles but they do have different addresses.

To get the latest information on eruptions try Volcano Watch

Before you leave why don't you send a friend or a loved one a postcard from Hawaii! Check out the postcards at Postcards from Hawaii.

As I find other links for O'ahu I will put them on this page.

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