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1. Posted by 123lundy (Budding Member 3 posts) 8y


I'm from Hawaii. Hawaii is the southern most point of the USA. There are many wonderful things to see in Hawaii. Some of them are:

Green sand beach
Red hot lava (when it's flowing) - close up it is so hot you have to shield your face while you dip your finger in.
Waipio/Waimanu Valley - great camping

Things to do:
surf, camping, swim at waterfalls, surf, eat fresh mangoes off the tree, pick coconuts, surf, did i say surf. :D

I stay on a wwoofing/work exchange farm and they are always looking for more people.

My interests are surfing, vegetarianism, bhakti yoga, camping, guitar, and writing. I hope to meet some interesting people. Maybe some of you might come visit Dharma Farms. Some people stay for 3 weeks (minimum) or 6 months or even years. Hawaii grows on you!

Places I've been: Phillipines (4 years), Thailand (1 year), Canada (3 months), West Coast (USA) (on and off for 7 years), Maui - Oahu - Big Island (Hawaii)(all the rest of the time :D)

[ Edit: Edited on Nov 17, 2008, at 2:04 PM by 123lundy ]

2. Posted by jane.aidan (Budding Member 3 posts) 8y

Hi there, I've been dreaming of going to Hawaii. How I wish I could see the beauty of Hawaii. Anyway, been here in the Philippines? Where particularly here in our country?

3. Posted by arif_kool (Travel Guru 1757 posts) 8y

Hello and welcome to TP

4. Posted by 123lundy (Budding Member 3 posts) 8y

Jane, I lived on Luzon in Baguio, on Quezon Hill. Yay John Hay, Burnham park, good memories. I surfed in San Juan at a famous spot called Mona Lisa. I also visited Manila, Cavite and a few other places but I forget the names. Good food in the PI, taho! I love that stuff.

5. Posted by soupatrvlr (Respected Member 385 posts) 8y

Welcome to TP! Hey, my sister's name is Lundy, is that your name too?

6. Posted by mikeyBoab (Travel Guru 5077 posts) 8y

Hi and welcome!


7. Posted by Daawgon (Travel Guru 1997 posts) 8y

Hi Lundy - I used to live on Oahu (probably B4 you were born!) - I miss the saimin (noodles) and the wonderful Hawaiian people. Next trip you must visit Vietnam - a very special place, and much much cheaper than HI. I'm living in Portland, and as you probably know, we have many Hawaiians living here, but alas very poor Hawaiian restaurants. I would imagine the tourism in the Islands is not doing too well these days what with the economy in free-fall? Mangoes in Oregon are so expensive - much cheaper in Vietnam for sure.