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Aloha, Honolulu

Aloha, Honolulu

I have always dreamt about visiting Hawaii, and this summer I am finally able to cross off these magical islands from my bucket list. My first stop was Honolulu, in Oahu and second Maui.

Honolulu is a fun mix of a big, american city and a tourist town. Tall hotels by the shore, fully efficient ground transportation and glass windowed financial center, give Honolulu a sizable skyscraper covered skyline.

However, the shore, and especially the filled with shops, restaurants and bars Kalakaua Avenue, is the essence of a tourist's dream with a truly "stereotypically Hawaiian" atmosphere.

I though Honolulu was great, however, I am glad that I spend there only 2 days and continued onto Maui - which feels much more like the relaxed, charmed by tropical nature, 'real Hawaii' that I was looking for.

That being said: The Oahu island, and especially Honolulu, seems to be the only place in all of the Hawaii islands where you can go out, dance and properly party.

Must Do:

- Shop on Kalakaua Avenue

- Dance and drink Mai Tai (a rum based Hawaiian drink) at the RumFire beachside lounge in Wakiki beach

 

Mai Tai at RumFire

Mai Tai at RumFire

'Iolani Palace

'Iolani Palace

Kalakaua Avenue

Kalakaua Avenue

Wakiki beach

Wakiki beach

Luau in Maui

Luau in Maui

Coolest Shoes for Fall 2016

Coolest Shoes for Fall 2016