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March, 2009 in oahu, hawaii

Ceremony: Moli'i Gardens


Moli'i Gardens

49-345 Kamehameha Hwy
Kaneohe, HI 96744


Hilton Waikiki Prince Kuhio

2500 Kuhio Ave
Honolulu, HI, United States


Giovanni's Aloha Shrimp Truck

59-565 Kamehameha Hwy
Kahuku, HI, United States

"Giovanni's graffiti-covered white shrimp truck is the oldest and one of the best known shrimp trucks on Oahu's north shore. They usually parked in Kahuku and Hale'iwa. They are most famous for their garlic shrimp that has large chunks of garlic in the sauce, but they also offer lemon butter and spicy sauces."


Ward Entertainment Center

310 Kamakee St
Honolulu, HI, United States

"Mall and Movie Theatres."


Aloha Stadium Swap Meet

99-500 Salt Lake Blvd # 6
Aiea, HI, United States

"Hawaii's Largest Swap Meet Open Every Wed, Sat & Sun 6am-3pm Great place to shop or browse for local goods. There is a small entrance fee of $1. Kids under 11 yrs old are free."


Atlantis Submarines Waikiki Odyssey

1145 Bethel St
Honolulu, HI 96813

"For a real underwater adventure that doesn't even get you wet, take an excursion in a 100-foot passenger submarine. At 160 tons, this air-conditioned giant is decked out with special ports for viewing the coral and sea life as far as 150 feet below the surface. Tours depart daily, starting at 8a, from the Hilton Hawaiian Village . Various cruises are available for booking including the Sunset Buffet Dinner Cruise and the Premium Submarine Tour."


Diamond Head State Monument

Diamond Head Road
Honolulu, HI, United States

"This crater of an extinct volcano got its name when Western explorers mistook calcite crystals they found there for diamonds. The historic trail to the 761-foot summit starts inside the crater and is an easy, but steep, 45-minute hike to the top. Stay on the trail, wear appropriate footgear and sunscreen, take along water and bring a flashlight to light your way through the tunnels. Those who reach the summit are rewarded by a spectacular 360-degree view of O'ahu. The tunnel gates close promptly at 6p. Admission: USD1 per person, USD5 per vehicle."


Dole Plantation

64-1550 Kamehameha Hwy
Wahiawa, HI, United States

"Tour the Dole Plantation and walk through world's largest maze"


Dolphin Quest Oahu

5000 Kahala Ave
Honolulu, HI, United States

"Dolphin Quest Oahu, located at the world-famous Kahala Hotel & Reosrt just minutes from Waikiki, brings people and dolphins closer than ever in fun, interactive dolphin encounter programs for all ages. Dolphin Quest Oahu's intimate and lush setting is the perfect place for a dolphin experience for everyone from kids to honeymooners. Reservations can be made up to one year in advance. A portion of the proceeds from all Dolphin Quest encounter programs supports marine education, conservation and research."


Halona Blowhole

100 Hanauma Bay Rd
Honolulu, HI, United States

"From Waikiki go to Ala Wai Blvd make a right onto Kalakaue Ave then a right on Kapiolani Blvd. Stay in the left hand lane until you see the on ramp to H-1 east. Take the ramp onto the freeway and continue to Hawaii Kai you will be going past Hanauma Bay. Travel about 1.5 miles after Hanauma Bay to reach the Blow Hole. There is a parking lot for at the Holona Blow Hole"


Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve Park

7455 Kalanianaole Highway, Honolulu, Hawaii
, United States

"Our first event as Newleyweds. Join us on Sunday, 3/8/09 at Hanauma Bay. Perfect spot for the bashful snorkeler and bumming on the beach. Entrance fee $5.00"


Hawaiian Waters Adventure Park

400 Farrington Hwy
Kapolei, HI, United States

"Splash-happy activities at this popular attraction include a beach volleyball court, an arcade, a huge wave pool and an adults-only whirlpool and bar area. Slide fanatics have a few heart-stopping rides to enjoy, among them the free-fall Cliffhanger and the Wild Waianae Coaster. Admission is USD34.99 for adults, USD24.99 for children between 3-11 and USD14.99 for seniors."


Ho'omaluhia Botanical Garden

45-680 Luluku Rd
Kaneohe, HI, United States

"On this lush 400-acre preserve, all of the world's foremost tropical regions are grouped geographically. A staggering variety of rare and endangered plants thrive here, with particular emphasis placed on native Hawaiian flora. Facilities include hiking trails, campgrounds, a visitor center and a 32-acre (non-swimming) lake. A variety of educational programs such as guided nature hikes are offered. Camping is allowed on weekend nights (Friday through Sunday). Admission: free."


Koolau Golf Club

45-550 Kionaole Rd
Kaneohe, HI, United States

"Considered one of the toughest courses in the nation, and named one of the top three golf clubs in Hawaii by Golf Digest, this magnificent golf course was carved out of a rain forest on the windward side of the 2,000-foot Ko'olau mountain range."


Pali lookout

Nuuanu Pali Dr
Honolulu, H.I., United States

"For an experience that will give you chicken skin, take the Pali Highway to this spectacular lookout, one of the windiest spots on Oahu. Historians hotly debate the legend that says that in 1795, King Kamehameha I, the unifier of the Hawaiian Islands, forced thousands of his opponents to jump from the cliff to their deaths. From the lookout point high among the eerie spires of the Koolau Mountains, you can see a panoramic view of Windward Oahu. Admission is free."


Pearl Harbor - USS Arizona Memorial

1 Arizona Memorial Rd
Honolulu, HI, United States

"The tragic occurrences and subsequent world-changing events associated with this naval base make it a crucial part of American history and heritage. While the harbor is quite large, the Visitor's Center and Arizona Memorial are the hubs of tourism. Both places are free to enter, and both draw huge crowds. Several tours are available through activity brokers or tour companies. To reach Pearl Harbor from Waikiki Beach, take Nimitz Highway past the airport to Highway 99, and continue past the naval community."


Polynesian Cultural Center

55-370 Kamehameha Hwy
Laie, HI, United States

"One of Hawaii's top visitor attractions, this tropical 42-acre site showcases seven Polynesian regions: Fiji, Hawai'i, the Marquesas, New Zealand, Samoa, Tahiti and Tonga. Visitors enjoy frequent crafts demonstrations, musical performances, games and more. The famous Canoe Pageant reenacts the myths and legends of Polynesia through song and dance, all atop floating canoes. A spectacular show, Horizons , is presented nightly. There's also an IMAX theater. Entertainment packages start at USD54 for adults, USD37 for children ages 5-11. Shuttle bus transportation from Waikiki hotels is available for an extra charge."


RainbowScuba.com Hawaii

1086 Ala Moana Blvd
Honolulu, HI, United States

"Oahu's lowest price leader for quailty scuba diving boat charters & PADI Scuba certification, 7 days a week. Explore Oahu's Ship wrecks and turtle reefs aboard the 40' catamaran. 100% saftey record, Waikiki beach hotel pick up, and Free underwater photos!"


Sandy Beach

8899 Kalanianaole Highway, Honolulu, Hawaii
, United States

"Oahu's most dangerous beach. Great for sightseeing and watching the huge waves break, but NOT for surfing/swimming."


Waikiki Aquarium

2777 Kalakaua Ave
Honolulu, HI, United States

"Located just a few short blocks from Waikiki Beach, this is a great place to learn about Hawaii's amazing ocean world. You can see 400 different species at this small but mighty museum, including monk seals, sharks and sea turtles. A knowledgeable staff is on hand to narrate tours and answer questions. The aquarium has a good gift shop where you can ask about special events and excursions. It offers some terrific educational and community outreach programs"