L’été 2008: the soleil shone as bright as the 7 couleurs of the rainbow that just happened to loom forever in the ciel (sky) bleu et claire.
I wondered if I would find a pot of gold at the end…oh wait, I did.
Certainement, it dépend on your définition of gold; however, I think miles of sandy beaches fit the bill.
When images of Hawai’i come to mind, they’re not only filled with sunny beaches, but also with hula dancers.
There are even hula dancers in the centre commercial.
There’s nothing better than a free show as Luaus can get rather pricey.
5 Raisons to Hula Dance in Honolulu:
- It’s always sunny. There’s nothing better to do than the Hula while basking under the soleil with the sable beneath your pieds (feet).
- Everyone’s “doing it,” so you won’t feel out of place. This is the one moment you can follow the “everyone’s doing it” phrase. So why not do it? You don’t have to be an expert.
- There’s miles of océan. Yep, you can even dance in the océan! It can get quite hot hula dancing on the sable, so, why not continue the hula fun in the water? It’s a great way to faire du sport (aka: to exercise)…
- You can dance with wild fish! How cool is that?!?
- You get the chance to dance on top of the world (so-to-speak). Take the hike up Diamond Head and let the breeze sway your hanches (hips).
Joining in the hula dancing fun is pretty exhilarating (even for amateurs like myself); however, there’s so much more to do in Honolulu than dance.
If you ever find yourself basking under the Honolulu soleil, don’t forget to climb Diamond Head,
…take photos with the several statues mémorial located throughout the Waikiki Beach area…
…and admire these statues, too,
…step foot (if you get the chance) on Bellows Field Beach (it’s beyond MERVEILLEUSE with its white sand!),
…have fun with the animaux at the Honolulu Zoo,
…scale the Hawaiian coast,
…and thrift shop (aka: souvenir shop) at the Aloha Stadium Swap Meet (it’s HUGE) in downtown Honolulu (The location for awesome deals on souvenir gifts).
As you enjoy all of these fabulous activités in Honolulu, don’t forget to attempt to do the Hula. It makes for some great laughs and you might even get lucky & end up with a free Hula leçon (and make some great friends, too). ♦
“The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page.” Saint Augustine.
- Forward: The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page.
- Chapitre 1: A Mariage in Jacksonville Beach, FL
- Chapitre 2: An Encounter Célèbre in Savannah, GA
- Chapitre 3:
DartToothpick Throwing in Memphis, TN
- Chapitre 4: Sleepy Seals in San Diego, CA
- Chapitre 5: A Taste of the Sweet Soleil on Mission Beach in San Diego, CA
- Chapitre 5 1/2: Images from San Diego, CA
- Chapitre 6: Filipino Fast-Food in National City, CA
- Chapitre 7: An Amazing Aventure in Anaheim, CA
- Chapitre 8: A Célébrité Sighting in Hollywood, CA
- Chapitre 9: Around the World in Las Vegas, NV
- Chapitre 10: Happily Hula Dancing in Honolulu, HI
- Chapitre 11: Mardi Gras in New Orleans, LA
- Chapitre 12: A Dauphin Sighting in Panama City Beach, FL
- Chapitre 13: A Thrilling Tubing Expérience in Knoxville, TN
- Chapitre 14: Alligators, Craw-Fish, & a Lighthouse in Tybee Island, GA
- Chapitre 15: St. Patrick’s Day in Savannah, GA
- Chapitre 16: A Milestone in Memphis, TN
- Chapitre 17: Abroad in Aix-en-Provence, France
- Chapitre 18: Nothing but Nifty Beaches and Musées in Nice, France
- Chapitre 19: A Day of Soleil and a Yellow Submarine in Monte-Carlo, Monaco
- Chapitre 20: Parfait Scents of Lavande in Eze, France
- Chapitre 21: Déception in Saint-Tropez, France
- Chapitre 22: Climbing through the Château in the Comte of Monte Cristo in Marseille, France
- Chapitre 23: Peddle Boating in Les Gorges du Verdon, France