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By Celeste "SALLY" Cheeseman, (RA) AHWD CRS ePRO OAHU HAWAII REAL ESTATE
(Liberty Homes)
Comments 17
The Polynesian Cultural Center is a must do when visiting the island of Oahu (Honolulu County).  The center opened in 1963, with over 1.300 employees representing the Polynesian cultures for all to enjoy the different cultures, dance and food from the island and nations from Hawaii to Samoa, Fiji, Tahiti Tonga and more---  Needless to say, Polynesia include 12 million square miles of the Pacific Ocean. A year round treat for residents and visitors alike, the Polynesian Cultural Center also has a special treat for Halloween.   The "Haunted Lagoon" canoe ride.  Ghouls and creatures join the La'ie (la ee eh) Lady and the Haunted Lagoon gives excitement to those thrill seekers through the month of October. They will depart periodically from 6:30 to 9pm every Monday, Wednesday. Friday and Sa...
By Randy DeLaMare, Helping friends Realize their Real Estate Dreams
(Realtypath LLC)
Comments 7
I have been wishing I was still in Hawaii all this week. It has been snowing all day today here and I was not ready for it. I was on facebook a few minutes ago and found a post about the flooding in Hawaii. here is a link to all of the crazyness. http://www.khnl.com/global/story.asp?s=9506720 I just talked to family that lives there to see if they were ok and they are. It looks like a mess over there. I hope nobody was hurt in the path of mudslides, raging rivers, and high winds. It seemed like a paradise to me while I was there. That is how I will remember it.
By Randy DeLaMare, Helping friends Realize their Real Estate Dreams
(Realtypath LLC)
Comments 19
I just spent one glorious week in Hawaii. I was only on Oahu, mostly on the North Shore. I have listened to alot of different people discuss Hawaii. They talk about different locations, Islands, so on and so forth. The waves are huge this time of year, there was even a big surfing competition. The weather was wonderful, Low 80's in the day- low 70's at night. The water warm swimming and other water activities very enjoyable. Now I get why so many like to go so often to this paradise. The fact that I was swimming on a private beach at 8:00 a.m. Monday my last day there and then was standing in Salt Lake the next day in 26 degree weather the next day makes the Hawaii experience all the more amazing. I was there for my niece's wedding. I t was a beautiful event. I can hardly wait to see th...
By Celeste "SALLY" Cheeseman, (RA) AHWD CRS ePRO OAHU HAWAII REAL ESTATE
(Liberty Homes)
Comments 33
If you are relocating to Honolulu County, Hawaii then you may want to research all the neighborhoods of Oahu to get some ideas for your next place of residence.Welcome to the tour of the Northern most tip of the island! Laie, Oahu (pronounced La EE eh ...is the town) is a coastal town filled with outdoor activities, country atmosphere and lots of history.First of all, Laie is one of the largest communities of the Church of the Latter Day Saints with Brigham Young Universityand the oldest Mormon Temple on the island "Laie Hawaii Temple". The University also owns the Polynesian Cultural Center (a living museum of shows, luau's, dinners and the like) and is located on 42 acres where most of the performers are enrolled as students at the University. The proceeds from the Polynesian Cultural...

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