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Food: Flying High on the North Shore, Shrimp Truck Deliciousness and a Stay at Turtle Bay
The North Shore of Oahu is world famous for the big waves winter brings to surf spots like Pipeline and Waimea. Many tourists venture over to check out the surfers in action as a day trip. While the surfers are certainly fun to watch as they ride the huge swells, there is way too much to see and do on this amazingly beautiful side of the island to limit it to a day trip.
Any North Shore adventure should begin by checking in at the Turtle Bay Resort. While it might be the only resort on this side of the island the hotel and property offer high end accommodations and a stunningly beautiful location. Sitting on a peninsula at the northern-most tip of the island the resort spans over 880-acres. Situated so that every room has an ocean view-your only choice is if you want to see the sun rise or set from your balcony.
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