Life at Turtle Bay

One of the signs that our move was meant to be was when we got our apartment. We took a chance by signing our lease from Pennsylvania…I know, craaazy. Let me tell you, it was one of the best decisions we have ever made. John and I had a strong desire to live on the North Shore after we visited several times in the past, and immediately fell in love. It is home to some of the most stunning beaches, people, and landscapes with the laid back lifestyle we were searching for. It is hard to describe its magic, without seeing it for yourself. Snapchat will do for now 😉

Our condo is right down the street from Turtle Bay Resort, which is located on the most northern tip of Oahu, with Haliewa to our southwest and Kahuku to our east. Previously, it has been a gorgeous setting for dozens of films and TV shows. Some of the most popular being Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Pirates of the Caribbean, Lost, Hunger Games, and who can forget The Hills (maybe all of us…) but really, the resort’s land stretches for five gorgeous miles and surrounds our apartment on either side. It provides some pretty incredible trails, a fabulous public beach, horse stables, and two stellar golf courses.

I’m convinced we have the best landlord out there, leaving our condo fully furnished and helping us out immensely with this huge move. More than anything, I wanted our space to feel like home, living 4,876 miles away and everything. The first thing I do when I wake up every day is walk out our lanai door, and smile. The birds are chirping, well, they do a whole lot more than chirp here, but I can’t even get mad about it because it just adds to the beauty surrounding us. Thank you Turtle Bay, you just keep on giving…

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