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The 52 Most Haunted Places in Oahu

When most people think of Oahu they think of Waikiki, the North Shore, surfing, and gorgeous beaches. There is another side to Oahu, which is the haunted, supernatural and spooky side. Robert Sepulveda, a storyteller and tour guide at Oahu Ghost Tours shares the 52 Most Haunted Places in Oahu. Read on if you dare!

Below are Oahu’s 52 most spooky spots. We dive into the haunted mysteries of this Hawaiian island. The list includes the most haunted places around Oahu as well as various paranormal activities on the island of Oahu in Hawaii.

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1. The Nu’uanu Pali Lookout

In 1795 The Battle of Nu’uanu took place pitting future King Kamehameha from the Big Island of Hawaii against the Chief of Oahu Kalanikupule.

Kalanikupule’s forces were defeated with the culmination of the battle taking place at the edge of the lookout where 300 to 500 of Kalanikupule’s warriors were forced off the edge.  Their bones still remain at the bottom of the cliff.

Location: Nuuanu Pali Dr, Kaneohe, HI 96744

2. Pork & The Tunnels of the Nuu’anu Pali Highway

The locals know not to bring pork through the tunnels of the Nuu’anu Pali Highway going from the Windward side to the Leeward side.  The powerful demi-goddess of the volcano Madame Pele made an agreement with her once lover and rival the half man-half pig demi-god Kamapua’a to split the island in half.

They never wanted to see each other again after having a falling out.  Madame Pele stays on the Leeward side which is dry and to her liking.  Kamapua’a stays on the Windward side which is wet and to his liking. If you try to bring pork which is a part of him from his domain into her domain, she will stop you.

3. Morgan’s Corner

Take a trip down the old Nuu’anu Pali Drive to the infamous Morgan’s Corner for this Haunted Hawaii spot.  From the 1920s to the 1950s Dr. James Morgan owned a villa near a sharp S-turn where cars would often crash, hence the name.

In 1948, A 68-year-old widow was murdered at the hands of two escapees from a prison work detail. Some say she still is heard screaming for her life. People have also seen a teenage girl with a halfway decomposed face jump roping down the road.

She had been murdered by strangulation of her own “lucky charm” jump rope and tossed into the bushes by the road.

There is the story of a depressed teenage girl who had run away from home and hung herself on a tree near the turn. Her body nearly separated from her head as a result of decomposition.  Some people see an apparition of girl hold her own head.

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4. Kaniakapupu (the singing of the land-shells)

Travel up the road another ¼ mile to a forgotten palace.  Kaniakapupu (the singing of the land-shells) is the only known structure (ruins) that is linked to King Kamehameha III. A ¼-mile hike through a narrow passage of bamboo trees will take you to a haunting and powerful reminder of the royalty of the past whose spirits still watch over the palace.

5. Kapena Falls

Haunted Places in Oahu including waterfalls

At the base of the Nuu’anu Valley, there is a beautiful waterfall that it is said to be the lair of Poki – the guardian dog of Nuuanu. Kapena Falls is said to be one of Oahu’s most haunted places.

Location: Alapena Pool, Honolulu, HI 96817

6. The Queen Emma Summer Palace

The Queen Emma Summer Palace is halfway up the valley and it is there that the Queen’s ghost still is seen and felt by the staff.  Here, it is said that the ghost of her son Leiopapa’s dog still loyally awaits his return.

Address: 2913 Pali Hwy, Honolulu, HI 96817

7. The Ancient Heiau (Temple) of Ulupo

The temple of Uluporests on the edge of Kawaianui marsh near Kailua town on the Windward side of Oahu. This temple is said to be somewhere between 400 to 800 years old and one of the most haunted and spooky places on Oahu.

Some say Hawaii’s elf-like race known as the Menehune were responsible for it being built. Even though today this is an active spot of worship, restoration of the Hawaiian culture, and where to worship the god Lono (god of agriculture, peace, and renewal). 

At one short period in history, this might have been a sight used as a Luakini (human sacrifice) Heiau for the god of war Kuka’ilimoku  (god of war). Also, some say that there are tens of thousands of bones interred within the walls of the Heiau.

Location: Kailua, HI

8. The Cliffs of Makapu’u

The cliffs of Makapu’u offer a scenic view of the eastern shores of Oahu.  It is there that Madame Pele last stayed before moving on to the Big Island. People sometimes see an old lady in white hitchhiking along the highway there (as well as the Pali highway).

That is the human incarnate form of Madame Pele and it is said you need to show her respect and kindness by offering her a ride. She will usually go along for the ride before disappearing into thin air.  Failure to offer the ride may have serious implications. 

Makapu’u is also a place known for the Akua’lele (flying god). These are fireballs said in lore to be powerfully conjured up spells from one who practices the ancient ways of Hawaiian sorcery.

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9. Alan Davis Beach

Nearby Makapu’u is Alan Davis beach.  It is there that a rock formation known as Madame Pele’s chair faces the ocean.  Hike to the chair and gaze upon the view Madame Pele looked out onto.

10. Poola Street

There is a spot at the top of Poola Street just past the Kalani high school that people say is haunted.  Some have said that there once was a Heiau that sat on the spot which now if you drive your car over and put it in neutral, the spirits will push you uphill.

11. The Kaimuki 16th Avenue Bridge Ghost

In the town of Kaimuki, there is said to be a ghost of a young girl that lurks on the overpass bridge.  She died there while walking home.

12. The Cursed Freeway

The H-3 Freeway was built over two Heiau’s amidst heavy protest from the Hawaiian Community.  Some say this is a cursed freeway. Construction workers saw equipment sail through the air. Rocks that were displaced would roll back into place and the sounds of chanting and people talking would permeate the area.  To this day many will still not use this freeway.

13. Pearl Harbor’s Ford Island

Ford Island is located at the center of the harbor.  There is an underwater cave that was the home of a powerful shark god. Just days prior to the famous attack by the Japanese there were two guardian stones (Pohaku) that suddenly disappeared.  Today the spirits of those who died in battle at Pearl Harbor are often seen and heard throughout various places on the island.

14. Hawaiian kupua (shapeshifter) Kaupe

Kipapa Gulch near Mililani Town – this was the site of a major battle in Hawaiian history. The bridge that spans the ravine has been the site of numerous head-on freak accidents. 

The gulch is said to be one of the paths of the Huakai’po (night marchers).  Underneath the bridge, area is also said to be a sight where the Hawaiian kupua (shapeshifter) Kaupe appears from time to time manifesting as a halfman-halfdog standing over 7 feet tall.

15. The Green Lady

Wahiawa Elementary School is the location of sightings of the infamous Green Lady, (a scaly female creature). It has been reported from as far across the world as Connecticut to Canterbury. For decades, the people of Wahiawa have claimed to see the same apparition, appearing in the wooded area next to the school. Some say this could be a Mo’o wahine (dragon lady) that has been a part of Hawaiian lore since the dawn of time.

Address: 1402 Glen Ave, Wahiawa, HI 96786

16. Kukaniloko

The royal birthing stones located in Wahiawa is considered the “Piko” and center point of the island of Oahu and the home of many spirits of royalty who still watch over the sacred area at night.

“Piko” in many Hawaiian interpretive sources translates to belly button.

17. Human Sacrifice Location

Take a walk down Fort Street Mall in downtown Honolulu – At one time long ago Oahu’s largest human sacrifice Heiau – Pakaka was located there.  Part of the human sacrifice ritual involved beheading the person being sacrificed.  Merchants say they see headless apparitions walking the area very late at night.

18. Gathering Spot for the Wailua (Ghost)

On the corner of Merchant and Alakea street in downtown Honolulu sits Kaua’nono’ula (Rain with the red rainbow).  Said to be a gathering spot for the Wailua (ghost), it is where they gather energy. A building right across the street was the site where an electrical worker heard an eerie bloodcurdling scream while rewiring the building one night.

19. Hidden Bones of old Hawaiian Ali’i (Royalty)

Near the State Supreme Court is a large banyan tree.  In many cultures, they refer to these trees as the tree of the dead. From time to time people will hear what sounds like children crying.  The area once had an orphanage in the 1800s. 

Were there any children buried nearby? There are no records, but the one thing we know about Banyan trees is that their roots drop from their branches and will “walk” over an area to grow in no time at all. 

It is believed that the roots often find their way into the subterranean lava tubes in the area.  These lava tubes are filled with the hidden bones of old Hawaiian Ali’i (Royalty).

20. Haunted Hau’ula

Hau’ula is the site of Pounder’s Beach.  There one can often hear the sound of a lost child’s cry or a woman wandering through the water looking for her child.  Both drowned one night in the rough seas there.

21. Waimea Falls Park

The falls are located on the north shore of Oahu.  At the center of this park is a pond that is home to a drowning spirit. This spirit requires a sacrifice of a soul and every so often throughout history, someone will end up drowning in the pond, but the body will not be located until there days later (the time the ritual takes).

Address: 59-864 Kamehameha Hwy, Haleiwa, HI 96712

22. Pupukea Heiau Nightmarchers

Pupukea Heiau is the largest Hawaiian temple on Oahu and home to many sightings of the ‘nightmarchers’ and the blowing of the conch shells that accompany them.

Address: 59-818 Kamehameha Hwy #96712, Haleiwa, HI 96712

23. Mokuleia Beach

Mokuleia Beach is where a beautiful enchantress said to be the Mo’o Wahine will lure a person to their own demise.

Address: 8568 Farrington Hwy, Waialua, HI 96791

24. Kapa’a Quarry Road

Kapa’a Quarry Road is where many lives have been claimed by the treacherous winding curves.  It is said that there are many ancient altars that line the road near the area.  People have also seen phantom hitchhikers and the Menehune there as well.

25. Waipahu Plantation Village

The Waipahu Plantation Village grounds where these houses and artifacts are located from Hawaii’s sugarcane generation are said to be haunted with shadow people and another eerie phenomenon.

Address: 94-695 Waipahu St Ext, Waipahu, HI 96797

26. Kualoa Regional Park

Stories abound of the Hawaiian ‘Nightmarchers’ and other restless spirits that roam the Kualoa Beach Park area from the valley on down to the beach park.

Address: 49-479 Kamehameha Hwy, Kaneohe, HI 96744

27. Hawaiian Mission Houses Historic Site

The Mission Houses Museum by day is a historical setting where you can see what it was like for the missionaries who first came to the islands.  After dark and even at times during the day people see the missionaries of old going about their day as if time had stood still.

Address: 553 S King St, Honolulu, HI 96813

28. Old Barbers Point Naval Air Station Beach

is said to be where one night a guard was called to check on what appeared to be a VW parked in an off-limits area on the beach. When he got there he found a young woman asleep in the car. 

He tried to rouse her, but she wouldn’t awaken so he walked back to his car a called in the license plate only to get a skeptical response from the dispatcher.

After convincing the dispatcher that he was not pulling a joke on her, this security guard learned that for years other security guards have reported seeing this car and woman at the beach.  She had been raped and killed at that beach long ago. When he ran back to find the car, it was gone.

Note: NAS Barbers Point was closed by Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) action in 1999. It is now the Kalaeloa Airport.

29. Lair of Nanaue (a Shark-Man)

Kaneana Cave near Makua beach in Makaha is the lair of Nanaue (a shark-man).  There is a passage to the sea far back in the cave.  After capturing a victim he would bring them back to the cave to devour them there.  His ominous presence is still strong there.  This cave is also where mankind was brought to form by the Akua (god) Kane.

Address: 86-260 Farrington Hwy, Waianae, HI 96792

30. Hawaiian Spiritual Realm at Kaena Point

Kaena Point which is the westernmost point on Oahu is called a Leina (jumping-off point).  It is there that the Aumakua*  (family totem animal or a “spirit guide”) will guide a recently departed soul to in order to make a choice.  The choice is whether or not you want to jump into Po’pau’ole (Hawaiian spiritual realm).

*Aumakua has been described in many ways and one interpretation is that it is a family god or deified ancestor often taking the form of an animal. 

31. Mokapu Beach

Mokapu Beach near the Kaneohe Marine Corps Air Station is where the Hawaiian people would bury disfigured babies who were thought to bring bad luck to the people.

Most Haunted Places in Waikiki & Honolulu

Honolulu is Hawaii’s largest city. It is also the State of Hawaii’s capital. Honolulu covers an area from the southeast end of Oahu, south of the Ko’olau Mountain Range, to the east end of Pearl Harbor. Waikiki is a district in the city of Honolulu and the main tourist zone with most of the hotels, restaurants and shops.

32. Ghost Who Smells Like Rotting Flesh

At the Diamond Head tennis courts, there is said to be the ghost of an angry man who smells of rotting flesh.  People see him walking back and forth along the area as if guarding something.

Address: 3908 Paki Ave, Honolulu, HI 96815

33. Kapiolani Park in Waikiki

Kapiolani Park in Waikik iis the 12th most haunted spot on Oahu where hundreds of years ago a great battle took place.  Since that time locals have reported to the police hearing battle cries, figures dressed in ancient battle gear and more.

34. The 4 Wizard Stones

In the heart of Waikiki along Kuhio beach sits a police substation.  In front of the substation sits the four Wizard Stones.  The story has it that hundreds of years ago there were four strange men who had come from a far-off place the Hawaiian people did not know.

They were said to have the power to heal people.  At some point they were summoned to return back to their home, therefore they transferred their healing powers into these four boulders so that people today can still ask for healing. This is said to be one of the most haunted places on O’ahu.

35. The Iolani Palace

The Iolani Palace in Hawaii

The Iolani Palace is where ghosts and spirits from the Hawaiian Monarchy still linger to relive the past.

The Iolani Palace is a National Historic Landmark in downtown Honolulu full of artifacts, history, and ghost stories. It is said that the halls of Honolulu’s Iolani Palace are haunted by the ghost of Queen Lili’uokalani.

Other mysterious reports include hearing the piano mysteriously playing in the Blue Room and the silhouette of a Hawaiian woman peering out from the window of ‘Iolani’s second-floor bedroom.

36. The Hawaii Theater

The Hawaii Theater is the location of where a Chinese custodian was murdered years ago and his ghost is seen from time to time.

37. The Kawai’ahao Church Cemetery

High Chiefess Hao from Kaimuki would cleanse herself in the natural spring of Hao every once a year.  She is still seen by the fountain where the spring sat.

Also on the grounds of The Kawai’ahao (means the waters of Hao) Church and Cemetery, there is the crypt of King William Lunalilo – “The People’s King” is laid to rest.  It is said that every once and a while the security guards will hear someone whisper “please bring me my tobacco”.  The king was an avid pipe smoker.  In the cemetery, there is a young boy who is often seen running around.

Address: 955 Punchbowl St, Honolulu, HI 96813

38. The old Kaka’ako Fire Station

The old Kaka’ako Fire Station is known to be a place where the firemen would encounter the “choking ghost”.  This entity comes in the middle of the night to sit on your chest and choke you.  Today the place is flooded with orbs (spirits) that can be captured by cameras. This is one very unique way to discover Oahu.

Address: 620 South Street in Honolulu

39. Washington Place

Washington Place is the old governor’s mansion and is still home to the spirits of Queen Liliu’okalani and the late Governor Burns. This was the queen’s home until she passed on it 1917.

Every so often she will check in on what is happening in her home. The governor’s spirits once took two ladies on a tour of the mansion before they later learned from a security guard that the governor has been dead for over 25 years.

Address: Address: 320 S Beretania St, Honolulu, HI 96813

40. St Andrews Cathedral

Queen Emma was the driving force behind having brought the Anglicans to Hawaii.  Her spirit often pays a visit during the Day of Ascension to St Andrews Cathedral which she inspired.  Her favorite piano is often heard playing her favorite tunes when no one is sitting there.

Address: 229 Queen Emma Square, Honolulu, HI 96813

41. Hawaii State Capitol

Hawaii State Capitol

One of the most haunted spots in downtown Honolulu is the State Capitol itself.  It is the burial site of hundreds who died in a massive epidemic in 1822 and it is said that there were many burials in and around the capitol site. Another interesting fact is that the king’s guards once had their barracks on the site before the building was moved in 1965. 

They still watch over the area.  A security guard who passed over still makes his rounds in the building.  A construction worker who died during the building of the Capitol is still sometimes seen working.

Address: 415 S Beretania St, Honolulu, HI 96813

42. National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific

Puowaina (Hill of Sacrifice) is the Hawaiian name for the Punchbowl Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific.  Though the name seems to capture the essence of those laid to rest there from the various Pacific region wars, the meaning of the name has a much darker history. In the ancient days, the hill was used for human sacrifice by the Hawaiian Kahunas.  There still are restless ghosts who roam the area.

Address: 2177 Puowaina Dr, Honolulu, HI 96813

43. Regal Dole Cannery Theater

The Dole Cannery Theater was built on the grounds of an old Hawaiian Heiau that had a tragic history.  Many years ago a school bus crashed into the temple killing most of the children on board.  Today people can still hear the voices of children in the theater and especially in the bathrooms.

Address: 735 B Iwilei Rd, Honolulu, HI 96817

44. Mauna ʻAla — Royal Mausoleum State Monument

Mauna’ala (The Royal Hawaiian Mausoleum) is where the Hawaiian royalty from the modern Hawaiian Monarchy are laid to rest.  Walk the grounds during the day and feel their spirits walk with you.  It is said that there is also a tree there where some of the spirits hang around.

Address: 2261 Nuuanu Ave, Honolulu, HI 96817

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The University of Hawaii Hauntings

The University of Hawaii located on the slopes of Manoa Valley sits on what is the oldest Ahupua’a (community land system of old) on Oahu.  It is also home to an abundance of hauntings.

Address: 2540 Maile Way, Honolulu, HI 96822

45. Are the Mokihana Dorms Haunted?

Students at the University of Hawaii report seeing the ghost of a young student who committed suicide by hanging in one of the Mokihana dorm rooms.

46. Frear Hall Dorms Haunting

Frear Hall dorms are where students have seen the namesake Mary Dillingham Frear still walking the halls wearing white and holding what appears to be a key ring for the dorm rooms.  Often her sighting is accompanied by the scent of perfume.

47. Hamilton Library

Custodians and students have heard strange noises and seen apparitions lurking along the aisles and in the bathrooms of the Hamilton Library. One janitor reported seeing a young woman dressed in a pink muumuu (Hawaiian-style dress) walking around the Mauka (mountain side) wing of the first floor.

48. Manoa Falls – Po’kane – Night of the Walking Dead

The very back of Manoa Valley is where the beautiful Manoa Falls is located and is the 19th most haunted spot on Oahu. This is the area where once only the Ali’i (royalty class) were allowed to dwell.  They saw themselves as living gods.

On many nights (especially Po’kane – night of the walking dead) their spirits walk the path there.  It is also said that powerful entities that were never born roam there.

49. The Leio’papa Albert Kamehameha Building Haunting

The Leio’papa Albert Kamehameha building is where the 4-year-old son of King Kamehameha the IV and beloved Queen Emma is still said to roam the halls as people have seen the shadow of a little boy.  They have heard singing in the stairwell and seen the wet footprints of a little boy.

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50. Prince Waikiki Hotel

Guests have reported seeing strange lights moving around the Prince Waikiki Hotel building and hearing whispering voices. There have also been reports of luggage being moved around. Odd or sppoky?

51. The Hilton Hawaiian Village

The Hilton Hawaiian Village is where workers and visitors alike have for years seen an older lady wearing a red Mu’u’mu’u dancing and wandering among the many hallways or even on the beach only to disappear into thin air.

Some people say this is the fire goddess Madame Pele, while others say this is a village Kupuna (elder), as the Hilton Hawaiian Village hotel sits on what was once an old Hawaiian fishing village.

52. The Ihilani Resort in Ko’olina

Our final haunted Oahu location is on the West side of the Island. It is one of the most beautiful resort areas on the island. The 17th floor of the Ihilani Resort in Ko’olina is said to be haunted by a guest who got sick on her vacation and suddenly died there.  She will often slide doors open and shut them in the middle of the night.

To check out Oahu’s haunted side connect with Hawaii’s #1 Nighttime Tour; Oahu Ghost Tours and make sure to request Robert as your guide!

Know of other Oahu ghost stories or haunted places in Honolulu? Please share with us in the comments below.

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There is no bad time to visit any of the Hawaiian Islands as far as finding beautiful weather. The temperature typically varies from 68°F to 87°F on the island of Oahu.

You’ll find days are mostly warm or hot with cooler evenings. Oahu is known for quick bursts of rain, but rarely will it ruin a day on the island.

The best time to visit Oahu is from mid-April to early June or between September and mid-December. During these shoulder seasons, attractions are less crowded, festivals are plentiful and airfare and room rates are at their lowest.


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  1. Every time I’ve been to Oahu, it’s been for a food festival, I need to go back and do other things than eat! I’m heading to Kauai on Sunday, so I’ll have to check these out on a future trip. Hawaii is such an amazing set of islands, I love them all.

    1. Love to hear about your trip when you return. Please let us know if you visited any of the locations on the list or did Robert’s Ghost Tour!

  2. #11 – There is no 11th Avenue bridge.
    #28 – Before 1848 measles was unknown in Hawaii.
    #38 – Belly button is offensive and is NOT the same as “piko” the center of life.
    #45 – It’s ‘Aumakua and it is NOT the same as a family totem animal.
    #50 – COMPLETELY WRONG, please note: Māʻilikūkahi’s peaceful reign was interrupted by an invasion by chiefs from Waipi‘o. It was not considered as a war between the two islands, but rather as a raid by some restless and turbulent chiefs from the Islands of Hawaiʻi. At Waikakalaua (Wahiawa or Waipahu) they met Māʻilikūkahi with his forces, and a battle ensued. The fight continued from there to the Kīpapa gulch. The invaders were thoroughly defeated, and the gulch is said to have been literally paved with the corpses of the slain, and received its name, “Kīpapa,” (placed prone.)
    Research is so important.

    1. Hi Kaile’a
      Thank you so much for sharing these details. We’ve updated the article to reflect Roberts response.
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  3. You are correct. The Kaimuki bridge is at 16th Avenue.

    While there were other epidemics, prior to 1848, measles weren’t one of them. There were said to have been burials in and around the capitol site from an epidemic, it wasn’t from the measles. The information I received from an oral source was incorrect.
    While “Piko” in many Hawaiian interpretive sources does translate out to belly button, the point I was trying to make is that Kukaniloko is for many the centering point of the islands.
    Aumakua has been described in many ways and one interpretation is that it is a family god or deified ancestor often taking the form of an animal. While trying to compare and simplify an explanation outsiders could relate to perhaps a better comparison would have been to call the aumakua a “spirit guide” instead.
    Number 50 was taken from a web source and I should have done a better job vetting it out. I would like to replace it instead with the Waipahu Plantation Village very nearby. The grounds where these houses and artifacts from Hawaii’s sugarcane generation are said to be haunted with shadow people and other eerie phenomenon.

    Thank you for your helpful feedback. I hope the clarifications and corrections will help our visitors get a more accurate sense of our supernatural culture here.

  4. I had a choking experience when I worked security at the former Hyatt Kuilima resort in Kahuku. On the midnight shift, I was making rounds near the Sunset Room. I sat down on one of the benches to take a break. Then I decided that if I caught a few winks that would be ok and layed down on the bench. To my surprise when I woke up I couldn’t breath and it felt like an elephant was sitting on my chest. Then it passed and scared the hell out of me. As I told my story to my co-workers I started hearing about their experiences with ghosts too. One said they heard a horse galloping through the hallways and another said they heard a baby cry out by the pool. When checking on the golf courses I would go down to the clubhouse and hang out in the wee hours of the morning. I started hearing weird sounds and was really scared. I even talked about The experience with my father on the mainland who I was talking to on the payphone because it was already morning in the East Coast. I was also on the Pali and felt really weird when I looked over the edge where the Warriors had been pushed off of. I’m a believer.

  5. Hope you have the chance to experience some of these places. As always be safe.

  6. I experienced Hawaii for the first time last fall…the Big Island. I’m so ready to get back, and this article definitely have me looking at Oahu. Thanks a lot!

  7. I have never been to Hawaii, but these adorable places looks very attractive! Maybe someday…

  8. you forgot about old pali road. if you drive with cooked pork, your car is said to shut itself off and never start again until you remove the pork from your car, wrap it in ti leaf and apologize.

    when you get back into your car, and your apology was heart felt and accepted, it will start again and you can be on your way… although with out your pork!!!

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