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46 thoughts on “Best Beaches In Hawaii: One You Can’t Visit + One You Shouldn’t”

  1. Avoiding Hawaii? Yes, information in recent years may keep some of us from visiting. I’ve been there five times and do love it, but it’s being loved to death, along with thousands of other sites. Our planet simply has too many people. So, aloha to all the wonderful attributes of the islands.

    1. From what I understand some countries population would be down if not for immigration. They say in Italy people are marrying later and deciding to have 1 child or none. That’s not the Italy I knew as a child. There were 2 things that kept me away from Hawaii: the 10 day quarantine and my special needs sons having to keep a mask on for an 8 hour flight.

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