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Tag Archives: oahu
I was fortunate to spend Thanksgiving day this year at Disney’s Aulani Resort & Spa on Oahu with family and friends. Though we were staying on the other side of the island, we couldn’t resist the chance to make the … Continue reading
Flickr user Coconut Wireless is recently uploaded a huge collection of photos taken in and around Disney’s Hawaiian resort Aulani, located in Ko Olina near Honolulu, Oahu. He’s also published them under creative commons which means I get to share … Continue reading
Just found a great set of 200 photos taken of the construction at Aulani, Disney’s Hawaii DVC Hotel being built on island of Oahu near Ko Olina. The resort is a lot bigger than the models indicated it would be. … Continue reading
Mickey must have a special deal with Santa to use his sleigh the other 364 days a year. Because he somehow made it to Hawai’i to admire his likeness, sculpted out of beach sand, and to mark an important milestone … Continue reading