You can’t see this place from the road. It’s tucked away behind a neighborhood in Laie, a small town on Oahu’s north shore. At some point this must have been a secret spot among Laie locals.
This small strip of land you see here is a state park called Laie State Wayside Park. Most people just call it Laie Point. Continue reading Laie Point North East Shore Hawaii
Haleiwa Beach is about 15 minutes from Turtle beach and a popular place for viewing turtles in their natural habitat as they come there for the rich pastures of green grass that grow abundantly on the rocks lining the beach. Continue reading Haleiwa Bay North Shore Hawaii
Like many beaches on Oahu’s North Shore, Sunset Beach is considered dangerous for inexperienced surfers, due to extensive coral formations near the surface that present the risk of serious injury. Conditions for swimming change depending on the particular location and season. Generally speaking, the water is flat as a lake in the summers and has waves in the winters Continue reading Sunset Beach Oahu Hawaii
The virtual Barrier Reef at the QUT Cube depicts an underwater Barrier Reef where animals and plants move realistically. The dugong is seldom seen and here it swims in the blue water Continue reading Virtual Barrier Reef at The Cube
As we walked to the Treasury Hotel the new skyscraper being built was right there in front of us. We … Continue reading Tallest Buildings in Brisbane
Cylinder Beach is a popular place to view the sunset, and sunrise, with full views over the beach as the sunsets over the water Continue reading Sunset at Cylinder Beach Stradbroke Island