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Hanalei Bay, Beach Park
Hawaii

I'd heard a lot about Hanalei Bay but couldn't put my finger on where. It's been reported that many films have been shot here including The Wackiest Ship in the Army, South Pacific, and Lilo & Stitch. The bay is beautiful and this park is pretty quiet.

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Uploaded: 08/07/2011
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Tags: hawaii; kauai; hanalei bay; beach; park; fishing; swimming; snorkeling; tourist; attraction
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