Gleanings from Oahu’s Turtle Bay Resort

I’ve already posted the highlights from last month’s trip to Oahu – it seems like a lifetime ago!

But as we are all in need of armchair travel during these pandemic days I thought I’d share a few more pictures from Paradise, with more from Turtle Bay Resort.

Every morning the sun would pour through our window and I would enjoy this view of Kuilima Cove from our balcony.

We walked the undeveloped grounds and found many places to sit and reflect.

We even came across an historic pillbox from WW2  which made my husband happy.

And every night we gathered to watch the sun go down

and were mesmerized by this unique water feature which would occasionally blow up as a water spout.

Remembering the beauty of Oahu while sheltering in place.

~ Susanne

11 Comments on “Gleanings from Oahu’s Turtle Bay Resort

  1. Terrific photos! While we are all “sheltering in place” now, it’s important to remember and share the natural beauty of our world!

  2. Fantastic photos and great post. I’m in need of armchair travel too! As our trips are cancelled, so far I have been reading travel books, staring at my world map for hours and trying to come up with a decent explanation for our 4 year old on why we are not going to Scotland to see the Loch Ness monster! Thanks for sharing and have a lovely day 😀 Aiva

    • I’m glad to hear you’re having a good day in Beetley. But I agree that Oahu is pretty special. Fortunately we were able to travel there last month, as this month everything is pretty well shut down! All that’s left is the memories – and lots of pictures of course! 😉

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