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The longer I stay in Hawaii, the more passionate I become about it, and all there is to do. I have had the pleasure of exploring so many areas with my camera and would love to share my favorite hikes with you. My favorite is the Ka’ena Point Hike, this hike is flat and relatively easy, but with a massive payoff at the end. It is roughly 5 miles round trip that culminates at a sanctuary for Albatross on the furthest western tips of O’ahu. When you get to the end, you are surrounded by these amazing birds, as well as being near a highly trafficked area for tired Hawaiian Monk Seals. My next favorite hike is a fairly common one, but the view from the top at sunrise is breathtaking Diamond Head. You want to get there as soon as the gate opens and start the hike early so you can watch the sunrise amongst other hikers for a rare view.
If you have worked up an apatite after hiking around, I would suggest going to Ono’s Steak and Shrimp Shack to satisfy your hunger. The location of, in my opinion, of the best fish tacos in on the whole island. I have tried many places, and while there are a lot of right spots, this one wins every time. Everything on their menu is made well, and you will not be disappointed. Not in the mood for Fish Tacos? Check out Chucks Cellar in Waikiki. This place is only open from 5 pm-10 pm every night and has only a few tables inside and live music. They specialize in seafood, ribs, and steak.
I hope that you do as much as you can while you are here, and if you have any questions or want more recommendations, let me know! I hope to see you soon!