As we started driving out of the airport and into the city, I started to see wondrous things.
All the trees had bright pinkish-red flowers just bedecking each branch and if there weren’t any flowers, the trees were laden with mangos, papayas, and star fruit.
The breeze from the ocean’s tides and the sand beaches are enough to ease the family from the stress.
In other words, a day at the beach is much better than a day at any five stars hotels.
With that, I took a huge deep breath and plunged into the silky salty water.
The water was cool and refreshing; I felt it slide through my hair making it dance in the water. Sunlight streamed though it, lighting up the water around me turning it to gold.
Hawaii changed me forever, and I never stopped remembering it.
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I couldn’t part with the glorious smells so I bought the beautiful tuberose-orchid garland.
The little old lady told me it was called lei, which is Hawaiian for garland.