It’s taken me a bit of time to sort through all of the photos from our amazing trip. Below are some of my favorites with links to the Flickr collection dedicated to our trip to Hawaii. The surf on the North Shore was amazingly big. This doesn’t necessarily show the waves; I just like the photo.
The sunsets and rainbows were among the best I’ve ever seen. In fact, we must have seen about 40 rainbows or so during the trip—even a double rainbow. Below is the sunset on Waikiki beach at the Halekulani hotel, at a bar call House Without a Key where they sing Hawaiian songs from the 40’s and 50’s. It was mentioned in the NY Times 36 Hours in Honolulu.
On The Big Island, Adi did spend quite a bit of time attending a conference but we got to do some sightseeing, especially on the way to Hilo, the city from which we did our helicopter tour of the volcano.
Will you be buying a condo here? Some people are holding on to their property!
Kauai was the greenest of the islands we visited. We also did a helicopter tour there, a large part of it focusing on the Na’Pali coast, which is unreachable other than by helicopter or boat (or hiking through the mountains).
This is us at the St. Regis hotel in Princeville. We had a drink there to watch the sunset.
To see more photos, click here
or on the flickr collection mosaic below. You can also see it recapped in this video
, if you haven’t already.