Tour of southeast Oahu

Looking up at Waikiki from the highway.

These views are from a beach on the east side of the island facing north. This area was actually formed by a number of volcanoes over time.

This is the blowhole. It was formed by a hollow lava tube which opens up right around sea level. When a big wave comes in, the water shoots up the tube and sprays up. You can see a little water coming up on the lower right hand side.

Views looking over Waikiki.

The mandatory picture proving I was really there.

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