We woke up early to see the sunrise.  The colors of the sunrises and sunsets on this island are spectacular.


After sunrise, Kurt and I hit possibly every beach on the way to the northern tip of the island.


We went to Shark’s Cove in Pupukea.  Shark’s Cove is a popular snorkeling destination on the north side of the island.  It also boasts very cool tide pools and smaller ecosystems.


We saw the beach where Lost was filmed, as well as the tree that was used on the cover of Jack Johnson’s album In Between Dreams


Beaches and Biking MasterClass

We explored Honalulu on Biki bikes, which are heavy bikes you can rent with stations all around Honalulu.  We walked around Waikiki, and saw quite a bit of the super touristy stuff.  My favorite thing here was this tree.


After hiking to see a small waterfall behind a cemetery, we went to Pali lookout, where the rain and fog made for a beautiful view.


I didn’t get a lot of photos today, as much of it was spent relaxing on the beach, but here are a few more that I liked from yesterday.