Sunset at Hale’iwa’s Ali’i Beach Park combine the elements of sand, sea and sky in a spectacular display of colors. HALE’IWA comes as a pleasant surprise. It’s one of the very few communities on Oahu whose roots have not been obscured by a century of rebuilding and development.

Sunset at Hale'iwa's Ali'i Beach Park

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Hale’iwa’s Ali’i Beach Park, Waimea Bay, the Banzai Pipeline, and Sunset Beach offers waves of up to 50 feet – a must-see for natural phenomena hunters. More than 50% of Hawaii travelers marking the North Shore as a must see destination.

Haleiwa was established by the missionaries in 1832. Today, this quaint town is the unconventional shoppers’ dream for art, crafts, clothes, and surfing items.

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Sunset at Hale’iwa’s Ali’i Beach Park

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  • November 10, 2011 at 22:43
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    what about an exhange? i’ve got some postcards from Xi’an ,China,,it is about terracotta warriors!!
    please reply to me by e-mail if u r interested .

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