Life’s a Beach

No one person can own a beach in Hawai’i, nor can a hotel or a corporation buy up the beaches. There are a plethora of parks — some owned by the city of Honolulu, some owned by the State of Hawaii — and of course many hotels perched alongside the beaches, but the beaches are for the enjoyment of everyone.

DSCN8342 (2) Blowhole, WEBSHARE

DSCN8325 Hike to spitting cave, WEBSHARE

I did not traipse down this steep path, but SuperDad and our hostess took the trail between million-dollar homes to check out the “spitting cave” and a memorial marker for those who had lost their lives jumping from the rocks (it’s not a good place for cliff diving).  Beach access is part of keeping the beaches open to all. 

Day 1, Hickam beach, Honolulu airport, WEBSHARE

Bellows Beach boogie board, WEBSIZED

Bellows Beach Rainbow

Bellows Beach, getting tanned WEBSIZED

Paradise at Bellows Beach, WEBSHARE

Truly Paradise.  *sigh*

 

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