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Mar 31, 2012

Haleiwa town(哈尔伊瓦城)

By Freelance Chinese Translator Li – English to Chinese translation services - based in China.
People travel from all over the world for a taste of country living in historic Haleiwa(哈尔伊瓦) town, located on the North Shore of Oahu. It may be a surfer seeking to ride a wave at any of the numerous world-class surf spots found along the coast, or an art enthusiast wanting to dive into a cultural hub(文化中心).
And nobody's trip to Haleiwa is complete without a stop at Matsumoto(松本)'s or Aoki's for a classic shave ice. But the seemingly quaint(少见的) surf town is actually rich in plantation era history that lives on through its old-fashioned ambiance(氛围). A preserved piece of the past comes together with a colorfully thriving community to make Haleiwa a must-see destination. The picturesque town's main street, filled with early 20th century architecture and nestled(依偎) against the backdrop of majestic Kaena Point(卡伊那), exudes the kind of charm that seems to only exist in movies. "I see a double rainbow almost every weekend," says artist and wax chandler(蜡销售商) Scott Bechtol, who runs The Iwa Gallery in the center of town. His is one of many vibrant galleries(美术馆), all of which display local artists' work. "Appreciating nature and its beauty is a community view that's reflected in the art," says Wyland Gallery Haleiwa's senior art consultant Matt Maletta. This is no surprise, as the area's gorgeous setting is impossible to ignore. Hawaiian Green Sea Turtles, or honu, are often found basking(晒太阳) in the sand at beautiful Laniakea Beach (also known as "Turtle Beach"(海龟海滩)). In fact, there are many ways to soak up the outdoors while in Haleiwa, like renting jet skis for the adventure seeker or trying your hand at kayaking and stand up paddle boarding for a day of family fun. Locals and tourists alike also love to escape from the excitement of Waikiki to a haven of quiet boutiques(精品店), surf shops and laid back restaurants.
The host of food trucks scattered about are just as popular, selling favorites like fresh shrimp(虾) from nearby town, Kahuku. And there's one local snack(点心) that Haleiwa residents, especially kids, can't live without — Ken Terukina's pickled mango. The lifelong Haleiwa resident has been selling the refreshingly sweet snack from his house for 15 years and counting (just follow the "pickled mango"(腌芒果) sign at the foot of the stop sign past Anahulu Stream Bridge). There is no place on Oahu quite like distinguished Haleiwa. With a firm grasp on its roots, the friendly town continues to gleam(闪闪发亮) with life and is the perfect place to spend the day.

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