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Old 07-19-2007, 02:23 PM
 
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I AM PLANNING A TRIP TO HAWAII WITH A BUNCH OF FRIENDS BUT DON'T KNOW WHERE TO ACTUALLY STAY. I HEAR THAT SOME PLACES ARE MORE FAMILY ORIENTED AND THAT IS NOT EXACTLY WHAT I AM LOOKING FOR. I WANT TO STAY SOMEWHERE WERE THERE IS A YOUNGER CROWD. DOES ANYONE HAVE ANY IDEAS??
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Old 07-19-2007, 03:12 PM
 
Location: Pahoa Hawaii
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If it's your first trip here, and you want to party, (sounds like you do) Waikiki in Honolulu would be the place, lots of beach activites and bars. Have fun!
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Old 07-19-2007, 08:41 PM
 
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Default Go to Maui for sure!

Maui has way more to do for younger crowds. Oahu has more clubs if you are into that but just cool places to hang out, great bars, great activities, maui wins hands down.

I get my rentals from a buy who deals with super inexpensive timeshare rentals so you can sleep a lot of people in one unit. Give him a call because he can get deals better than anyone I have ever tried to book with. His name is John 407-382-1427 or cell 407-719-7703. He's a small operation so he doesn't have to rip clients off to pay his over head. He has tons of properties he handles for his clients. I've rented 5 times with him and paid way below anything I was able to get anywhere.

Good luck! You will have an awesome trip. Maui is the best of all the islands for the best mix of things to do

Enjoy!
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Old 07-20-2007, 01:29 AM
 
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"Maui has way more to do for younger crowds"

Have you been to Maui before? It definitely does not have more things to do for younger people compared to Oahu. If I was going with a group of young people I would go to Oahu. Maui is for newleyweds and couples.

And Roni, why are you yelling?
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