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Ciria's Heavenly Hawaiian Vacation

The beautiful island of O'ahu has so many fun and exciting activities for you and your family. Ala Moana Shopping Center is the largest open-mall in the nation and mom will surely enjoy visiting the 225 stores to find everything she needs. Depending on dad's interests, he can go fishing at the famous Waikiki Beach, Ala Moana Beach, or add extra excitement by discovering one of the island's more secluded beaches. The kids can enjoy the beautiful beaches swimming, snorkling, diving, surfing, and boogie boarding. You can also take them to The Honolulu Zoo to see many exotic animals from all over the world, and the best thing is that the zoo is in Waikiki where dad can quickly pull out his fishing gear, and where mom can shop at the Waikiki Strip.

For honeymooners, I would recommend enjoying the Waikiki shops, beach, hot clubs and bars for a few days and nights, and then take off to the Northshore and experience the country Hawaiian living. Book a suite at the Turtle Bay Resort, and visit the Polynesian Cultural Center to experience one of the most exciting shows you'll ever see in your life. Enjoy the crystal clear ocean at Sunset Beach and Waimea. Enjoy a romantic dinner by the sea, while you watch the sun set into the endless ocean.

Hawaiian food is quite unique, but once you try it, you will constantly crave for it. Try the Hawaiian Plate at Drivers Inn that consist of your choice of Kalua pork and cabbage, Laulau, Lomilomi salmon, Poi, Rice, Chicken Long rice, and of course, Hawaiian Sun can juice.

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This is a vacation you will never, ever forget!

  1. Hiking


  2. Swimming

  3. Shopping

  4. Movies

  5. Massages

  6. Exploring

  7. Clubbing



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* Click to explore! *

Ala Moana Shopping Center
Pearlridge Center
Waikiki
The Honolulu Zoo
Turtle Bay Beach Resort
Polynesian Cultural Center


E-mail: Ciria Guisadio

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Mahalo Nui Loa!

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