Ko Olina Lagoon

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Similar to the tide pools that we visited, the Ko Olina Lagoons (around southwestern Oahu) are shallow bodies of water separated from the ocean. Unlike the tide pools, these 4 lagoons were manmade for the Ko Olina resort.

We spent the day on the perfectly manicured lawns, swam with the fish, and watched the sunset at the Ulua lagoon. - Mina

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14 comments

  1. Postcard perfect... And it looks so warm... I'm still wearing rain boots and coats every day. I need to leave Germany soon!
    xx,
    E.
    www.theslowpace.com

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  2. Perfect postcards once again! You're making us so jealous of the blue skies and lush greens!!

    xx Leesa & Kate

    Travel inspiration? www.wanderlustchronicles.com.au

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  3. These are so cute!! That grass looks amazing lol.

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    1. Thanks, Aubrey!

      haha, it was amazing grass. I took our huge lawns for granted during all my years in Canada. People in California have astroturf so they don't have to water their yard.

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  4. Anonymous7.4.15

    Wow!! Discovered your blog from Amanda Jane Jones better half feature. Your photos are phenomenal!!

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  5. Beautiful palm trees ;)

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  6. Great photos as usual! It looks so nice there!

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    1. Thanks, Briel! It totally lived up to all our Hawaii expectations.

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  7. gosh, these shots are stunning!! can i jump in, please?!!

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  8. Stunning! I need to go back to Hawaii!

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  9. How happy and you cute you guys are!

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  10. Seriously, y'all take the best photos!

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  11. Those palm trees are so beautiful !! Perfect postcard, like always !

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