Tuesday, February 24, 2015

About the Beach

Without Madam Pele, there would be no Hawaii and no beaches. Her epic jaunt from island to island spewing lava and creating new land sparked the raw beginnings of the Hawaiian Islands. Plants and animals found their way over time, and then man arrived, first by ancient canoes guided by the stars and later by ships using the latest technology of their day. All helped shape the land, including the countless beaches that entertain, delight and amaze longtime residents and visitors alike.

One of the things  love most about Hawaiian Beaches, is that they are all public beaches access across private land maybe limited, but the beach is public.
Where else in the world are wedding pictures taken next to bathing beauties?

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