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by Robert W. Bone

12 images for a travel article: "North Shore -- Hip Side of Oahu"

© By Robert W. Bone

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Surfer on a mild wave near the Turtle Bay Hilton. (Photo by Robert W. Bone.)

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Kua Aina, a popular sandwich shop in Haleiwa. (Photo by Robert W. Bone.)

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Surfer taking a large winter wave at the Banzai Pipeline on Oahu’s North Shore. (Photo by Kirk Aeder, the Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau.)

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Jamesons, a popular restaurant on Oahu’s North Shore. (Photo by Robert W. Bone.)

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Atmospheric ruin of a former senior citizens home on Oahu’s North Shore. (Photo by Robert W. Bone.)

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A performer demonstrates the Hawaiian nose flute at the Polynesian Cultural Center on the North Shore of Oahu. (Photo by Robert W. Bone.)

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A dancer from Tonga performs a traditional dance at the Polynesian Cultural Center. Many employees and performers are students at nearby Brigham Young University, Hawaii. . (Photo by Robert W. Bone.)

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Beach at the Turtle Bay Hilton, the only hotel on Oahu’s North Shore. (Photo by Robert W. Bone.)

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Grounds of the Turtle Bay Hilton, on the North Shore of Oahu. (Photo by Robert W. Bone.)

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An unusual exotic tropical flower seen at the Waimea Valley Audubon Center on Oahu’s North Shore.  (Photo by Robert W. Bone.)

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The beach at Waimea Bay, a popular swimming spot in the summer, and the home of some monster waves in the winter. (Photo by Robert W. Bone.)

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waimea Falls at the Waimea Valley Audubon Center on Oahu’s North Shore. Hanging flowers seen here are the popular heliconia. (Photo by Robert W. Bone.)s