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"Hawaii is paradise. It sounds cheesy to say it, but there's music in the air there." - Bruno Mars
Paradise comes with a palace and that happens to be Hulihe'e Palace on the Big Island of Hawaii. Located along Ali'i Drive in old Kailua town, it was built in 1938 by Governor James Kuakini and subsequently use by the Hawaiian Royalty as a summer get-away. Today the palace is open to the public as a museum and is operated by the Daughter's of Hawaii.
There's no photography allowed inside so I had to settle for this exterior shot. I also had to stand back from the coconut trees because there was a sign warning, "Watch For Falling Coconuts." I guess there more than music in the air in paradise!
Aloha my FAA friends!
All Rights Reserved. Photos and Text Sam Antonio Photography 2015
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