Amazing Places For A Sunny Day In Honolulu

Amazing Places For A Sunny Day In Honolulu

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No matter the season, when it’s sunny, people want to go outside, soak up the sun, and take in the fresh air. Honolulu is alive with culture and sites just waiting to be explored on a sunny day.

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    Take a short walk to Wal-Mart and buy a cheap $8 sun umbrella and $10 chair to use on the beach while you are there. Give it away before you leave and tell the recipient re-gift it when they leave. -- Boy Racer via Foursquare
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    Come early to get a good spot, there are snack shops down by the Shorebird -- Pauline Mehring via Foursquare
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    Just minutes away from UHM, this beach is popular with both visitors and residents. You can swim, surf, snorkel, dive, people-watch, or just bask in the sun (don't forget to use sunscreen!). -- UH Manoa via Foursquare
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    Get the Moana Mai Tai. It was voted the Best Mai Tai in Waikiki. If you want to skip the booze, try any of the fruit smoothies. Delicious. -- M via Foursquare
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    Easy trail in the forest. Good pics to take with the trees and the fall. You can go to swim but be careful of the rocks, don't fall ! Lot & a lot of moskitos, be prepared ! -- Gaelle A. via Foursquare
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    A nice little lagoon between the Ala Wai marina and Waikīkī beach. -- Jan OR via Foursquare
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    The hardest parts of the climb are the crowds and stairs but it's worth it. Bring proper shoes. Your feet will thank you. And remember it's more about the journey. The destination is the reward. -- Jimmy Kastner via Foursquare
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    Accessible only to Elks Club members and their guests. If you wanna become a member, you hafta know a member. -- みちこ via Foursquare
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    Not much sandy area during high tide, but you can find little pockets of sand to put your mat and chair down. -- thelotuspond via Foursquare
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    Easy hike rewarded by panoramic views of Waikiki, but the sun can be hot. Pace yourself and bring water. -- Arno Gourdol via Foursquare
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    If you like a challenge in the water try swimming to the wall and hanging on when tide is high & waves are crashing against the wall. It's tough! The bubbly water feels cool tho! -- Tammi Hitchcock via Foursquare
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    Head out to the high point of the protected beach if you want to take pictures of the sunrise or sunset. It's an elevated surf break that affords a great view of Waikiki and Oahu's "west side". -- Harry Covair via Foursquare
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