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North Shore Marketplace is the first shopping center you see when you enter Hale‘iwa town.

Hale‘iwa’s Anahulu Bridge, pictured here during a sunset, was built in 1921. It is also known by locals as Rainbow Bridge.
 
This white shrimp truck sits right across from Hale‘iwa McDonald’s in an empty lot.
 

A painting from Hale‘iwa Art Gallery.

 

Hale Wai is a hole-in-the wall drive inn that serves lots of ono plate lunches.
 
Matahari sells unique exotic clothing and accessories.
 
Tourists enjoying shave ice at Matsumoto’s Shave Ice.
 
A group of boys play touch football on a windy day in a grassy area of Ali‘i Beach Park.

 

A man fishes at Kaiaka Beach Park while overlooking the ocean toward Ka‘ena Point.
 
 

 

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