|Honolulu and Diamond Head|
The USS Arizona Memorial is located at Pearl Harbor and is one of the most solemn of our National Historic Landmarks. The memorial marks the resting place of 1,102 sailors and
|L to R: USS Arizona, Crossroads of the Pacific|
There are several extinct volcanoes around Honolulu, but no trip is complete without a visit
|L to R: Puncbowl Memorial, Punchbowl Grounds|
Not too far from the Punchbowl is the Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum. I had planned to spend a couple of hours out of the rain immersed instead in Hawaiian art, however that’s not
|L to R Clockwise: Paper Art, Bishop Museum,|
Feather Cloak, Erupting Volcano
Once the rains stopped, we went looking for famous statues. If you’ve ever watched Hawai’i
On our way out to Diamond Head we spotted an art festival in Sans Souci State Park. Once we whipped around to find a parking place, we also spotted a statue I was anxious to see,
As with the statue of Queen Kapiʻolani, we found another statue of a Royal while wandering
Although this time we didn’t spend any time sitting on the beach or doing any scuba diving, we did take a stroll through the sands of Waikiki looking for Duke. While not royalty, Duke Paoa Kahinu Mokoe Hulikohola Kahanamoku (August 24, 1890 – January 22, 1968) is well
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