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Giving Thanks

November 27, 2013

On Thanksgiving, we’re all about ample servings of roasted turkey, stuffing and pumpkin pie. But after rolling around for a few hours with family and friends, it’s good to get moving again. So in honor of Thanksgiving, we’d like to share with you some of the more active ways we celebrate this lovely place called Hawaii.

Mahalo to Erica Chun, Account Coordinator on McDonald’s of Hawaii and Whalers Village, for our Thanksgiving inspiration. 


Get out on the water, or in Erica’s case, Kaneohe Bay. At Heeia Kea Pier you’ll find glass-bottom boats, scenic tours and our NatHI favorite, Heeia Kea General Store and Deli.


Take in a sunset. The one on the right was taken overlooking Ala Wai Boat Harbor.


Hawaii is a hub for live music. Kore Ionz played at Next Door not to long ago, but you can catch other bands live in Chinatown and Waikiki.


If for some strange reason you didn’t have enough to eat this Thanksgiving, Hawaii has no shortage of restaurants. Erica says the “Uni Tacos” at Nobu’s is quite a catch. 

If you’re ready to hike off that extra helping of stuffing, check out our next post by Rosie Eckerman and views of from Mariner’s Ridge.

Happy Thanksgiving from MVNP.

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