September 2, 2011 by admin
On our last trip to Hawaii, we visited the Polynesian Cultural Center for the first time because Leelee loves luaus. We had a blast exploring all the “islands” with our three year olds and while we waited for dinner we spotted a booth that for 5 dollars you could make a beaded bracelet. Little did I know that months later the boys would still be wearing these bracelets proudly around the house. I loved the fact that I got to do a craft with them and I love how hard they concentrated on selecting each bead and threading them carefully on the elastic. The bonus came when the woman running the booth took our camera and got some pictures of us as we worked on our creations. Family photos with ALL of us in them are always my best souvenirs and I can never get enough. The little guys also loved learning how to ‘fish’ in one of the ponds with sticks and string and they really liked getting tattoos. We had such a great time here and I didn’t think we’d stay as long as we did. Hopefully we’ll be back again one day but this was a perfect place to visit with young kids in Hawaii!
Category FAMILY TRAVELS, oahu, TRAVEL | Tags: fishing with dough, hawaii family travel with kids, luau, making bracelts, north shore hawaii, oahu, places to go with kids on oahu, polynesian cultural center