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While we could write an entire book (or at least try to fill up a web page) on things you should do on your next North Shore vacation, we’re going to focus on three activities for this particular post. Granted it’s hard to have a bad day when you’re in paradise, but these three activities are sure to leave you smiling and imprint an indelible memory from your stay on the North Shore.
We are still singing about that one time we stole money from our dad, what it’s like to be a Maori boy and ummm sausages? That’s how comically random the JGeeks are and they had hundreds of fans singing, dancing and laughing July 5th.
Here’s a video of some memorable moments from the epic show. We bet you’ll also find some great videos and photos from the concert on Instagram with the tag #JGeeks
Turtle Bay’s Nalu Kinetic is one of three spas in the nation to have the amazing treatment.
The WaveMotion Table is making waves at Turtle Bay Resort’s Nalu Kinetic Spa.
We have bragging rights. We are the ONLY spa in Hawaii with the amazing technology AND one of three in the whole nation. The Nalu (Wave)Therapy treatment is one-of-a-kind and great for athletes in need of a tune up or just about anyone with tight muscles that could use an extra deep stretch. Think mommies who constantly have a tot on their hips, athletes, runners – anyone!
It makes sense to offer such an extensive treatment at Turtle Bay Resort. We’re located on the North Shore AKA The surf capitol of the world. Pro Surfers call Turtle Bay home during the winter months and they can benefit from the intense treatment.
Guest Blogger: Rocky Canon (Pro Surfer, Turtle Bay Surf Instructor, Pulu’s Best Friend)
Pulu (born in December 1999) was a Pit-Lab mix who loved his master and loved the ocean. As a pup, he would follow me out surfing to the breaking waves! Crazy loyal. I would have to paddle back to the beach and tie him to a rock or a tree.
He had an older brother, Opio(born in Oct. 1997), an Aussie cattle dog, Border Collie mix that would stay by my towel and did not need a leash to do so. Pulu couldn’t help himself, so for the first several months he had to be tied up next to Opio.