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If you ever come to A building Makaha Surfside for a month this could be your view too. My wife and I have lived here for
10 1/2 years and we just love it. Do not come to the Surfside unless you love the local...More
First off, this hike is hard. By hard I mean using ropes, crawling on all fours, 45-degree grades, and 1000 foot sheer drop off hard. To get here, one must drive to Wai'anae and then take Wai'anae Valley Road to the end, where one will...More
A top the mountains or anywhere above the ocean is a magnificent view. Hiking in Hawaii is one of my favorite things to do here. You never know what you may see... the birds and flowers and the scents of fruits! Not very touristy but...More
I'm in love with this mountains. Because they are on dry side of island, they are not totally covered with vegetation, so they look very different from the ones on Koolau range. You can see the rock formation, and the view changes through out the...More