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July 2, 2024

Today we hiked the Manoa Falls trail, and the Kalawahine trail.

Manoa Falls trail is about 1 mile each way.  The Kalawahine trails is 1.5 miles each way.  Plus we did part of Pauoa trail to get to the lookout which added about 0.5 miles each way.  So we hiked about 6 miles.  And then we went to the North Shore to see turtles.

Manoa Falls Trail

map

Manoa Falls trail is the one on the right on the map above, and Kalawahine is on the left.

 

a green plant in a forest a group of people in a forest

Manoa Falls

 

a large tree in a forest a close up of a flower

 

Kalawahine Trail

Kalawahine Trail is the one on the left in the map above.

 

a close up of a green plant a close up of a tree

Layers of ash and cinders from Tantalus Crater.

 

a green plant in a forest a man standing next to a tree

Japanese Cedar

 

a plant in a forest

Don’t touch the brown part of the bamboo!

 

a view of a mountain

Rain in Nu’uanu Valley

 

Maidenhair fern

 

a large body of water a bird perched on a tree branch

White-rumped Shama

 

a pineapple on a plant

Pineapples at Dole

 

a banana tree

Cocoa flowers and gord

 

a group of people standing in front of a building

Waialua Coffee and Cocolate

 

a close up of a green plant

Naupaka

 

Turtle!

a sandy beach next to the ocean

a sandy beach next to a body of water

a turtle lying on a sandy beach next to the ocean

a sandy beach next to the ocean

Sadie, the Hawaiian Monk Seal

 

Kualoa Ranch

 

a view of a mountain

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