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Hawaii’s Most Popular Beaches are Making Waves

Photos by: Neal Kido

Every year, thousands of people from around the world make the migration to Hawaii to take advantage of our gentle weather, gentler personalities and perhaps most of all, our warm waters and sandy shores. But often, with the hustle and grind of daily life, our beautiful beaches are one of the first things that those who call Hawaii home, fail to take advantage of.


So You're Going To Be Stationed on Oahu! Military Relocation 101

So  you just found out you will be stationed in Hawaii!  How exciting!!  Now the planning starts, here are some important things for you to know.

Where To Live?

The climate on Oahu is pretty much the same year-round--a wonderful 80-85 degrees during the day and 70-75 at night.  However, the East side (Windward side) is a bit cooler and has more rain, especially in the winter, which makes it very lush and green. 


Country Club Knolls: The Best Kept Secret in Kailua

Country Club Knolls is a quiet Kailua neighborhood tucked between the Mid Pac Golf Course and Lanikai Elementary School and is made up of just over 100 households.   The subdivision doesn’t have any through streets, and as one of the neighbors within this quaint niche of a cul-de-sac neighborhood, I appreciate that the only people driving through Country Club Knolls are its residents or their guests.   Home prices range between $900,000 and $1.5 Million and sit on lot sizes between 7,500 and 10,000 sf. 

Country Club Knolls is in the foreground of this picture.
I hiked up and got this overview picture of Country Club Knolls, I love it here!

  What makes Country Club Knolls so special is that,


Lanikai's Historic "Sister Stones"

Lanikai is a popular neighborhood on the southern end of Kailua that is well known for the beauty of it’s off shore islands, arresting sunrises, romantic moon rises, and tranquil beaches. 

The natural beauty of this exclusive neighborhood is very appealing, but few know the very interesting history involving both high points on either side of Lanikai.