31 Days of Life in my Hawaii Day 31:: Pau

Well, here we are.

I hope you’ve enjoyed this little 31-day travelogue as much as I have.

Throughout the month, I’ve thought of so many other things about life in my Hawaii that got left out, that I wanted to show you or tell you about. Oh, well, no doubt there will be other opportunities.

Most of all I want to tell you how privileged I feel not only to call this place home, but also to be able to share it with you. Maybe if I do a little “day-in-the-life” thing — you know, give you some ideas of how to pass the time here on the island …

Start your day early; go to the east side of the island and watch the sun come up:

Look over your shoulder to see the moon setting:

Have your morning coffee overlooking the marina:

If it’s raining, maybe there’ll be a rainbow  — or two:

Go for a walk; check out the view of Molokai and Lanai behind Koko Head:

In the other direction, Diamond Head, from the back side:

Do some bird watching:

Or take a hike to a lighthouse:

Take your doggies for a swim:

Make a lei for someone special:

Go to Waikiki Beach and watch a surf contest:

Catch a few waves with some friends:

Or just hang out by the pool:

When the evening rains come, catch another rainbow — or two:

Then watch the sunset behind Diamond Head:

And the moon rise again:

Aloha! Thanks for visiting!

This is the last post in my series, 31 Days of Life in my Hawaii. Click here to get the links to the other posts in the series.

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4 thoughts on “31 Days of Life in my Hawaii Day 31:: Pau

  1. Debbie

    Oh my gosh, thank you for such a beautiful, beautiful “picture-ful” final story. I really learned a lot from you over the past month. Hey, you forgot coconuts! 😉

    Reply
    1. plum Post author

      Coconuts, hmmm … Sorry, just not a very big deal in my world. About all I can say about coconuts is that I’m happy we don’t have any growing in our yard anymore, so that we no longer have to deal with hiring someone to cut the fruit down every so often. I’ll grant you coconut trees are pretty to look at, from a distance, but kind of a nuisance up close. Maybe that’s just me.

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