A Visit To Hawaii: #AlohaLive Twitter Recap

Our first-ever #AlohaLive tweet up was tons of fun! This week’s topic was “A Visit To Hawaii” and we asked questions about taking a trip to the Hawaiian Islands. Check out the responses from Hawaii-loving tweeps.

This week’s #AlohaLive conversation

Q1. What first attracted you to visiting Hawaii?

https://twitter.com/traveling9to5/status/256848610505936896

Q2. When did you first visit Hawaii? (Or if you haven’t been yet, when are you planning to go?)

https://twitter.com/traveling9to5/status/256850500878737411

Q3. What should be on the top of a list of “Things To Do” for a visit to Hawaii?

https://twitter.com/Mullis_for_Tift/status/256854185436409856 https://twitter.com/TheMauiCouple/status/256851990024445952 https://twitter.com/traveling9to5/status/256850197630562304

Q4. What helped you the most when looking for things to do or places to see in Hawaii?

https://twitter.com/MauiSocial/status/256852491713511424 https://twitter.com/traveling9to5/status/256850825387864064

Q5. Would you try local foods like Poi while on vacation in Hawaii?

https://twitter.com/JillzBeanz/status/256853116979384320 https://twitter.com/traveling9to5/status/256852083540635648

Q6. A Hawaiian Luau… Yay or Nay?

https://twitter.com/Mullis_for_Tift/status/256854331750494208 https://twitter.com/JillzBeanz/status/256854369381806081

Q7. Is it better to stay in bustling Waikiki hotel or in the idyllic countryside?

https://twitter.com/traveling9to5/status/256854795132997632 https://twitter.com

Q8. Your most desirable activity is by land/sea/air?

https://twitter.com/EagleStrayhorn/status/256856215265611779 https://twitter.com/traveling9to5/status/256856521487560705

Q9. What historic attraction are you most drawn to visiting?

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Q10. What Hawaiian souvenir are you definitely taking home with you?

https://twitter.com https://twitter.com/traveling9to5/status/256859485254078466

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