The Hawaiian Gale is located in the southeastern part of Oahu Island in the Hawaiian Islands, because it is located in the mouth of the mountain, where the wind blows hard and the wind is very strong. The weather is complex, just now or in the clearance of thousands of miles, moments of dark clouds. Early in the morning of December 7, 1941, through the windbreak, through the clouds and fog (the front plane is Zero Fighter), rushed to Pearl Harbor. Suddenly attacked the U.S. Navy Pacific Fleet at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, and the U.S. Army and Navy airport on Oahu Island. The U.S. military suffered heavy losses. Of the eight battleships, four were sunk, one was stranded and the rest were severely damaged. Six cruisers and three destroyers were injured, 188 aircraft were destroyed, thousands of officers and soldiers were injured, while Japan lost only 29 aircraft and 55 pilots. This incident is also known as the Pearl Harbor incident or the surprise attack on Pearl Harbor. The Pacific War broke out.
Dafengkou, located in the State Park in southeastern Oahu Island, is located in the crack of the mountain. The highest wind from the northeast can reach more than a dozen levels. We can't stand up to look at it in the face of the wind. The people in the wind can't stand up at all. It's very exciting for us to stand hand in hand. Unfortunately, we can't do anything here, let alone take photos. It's good to stand still. It is a well-known viewing platform in Hawaii, must come to the windbreak.
Located in Nuuanu Pali State Park, Dafengkou is a famous scenic spot on Oahu Island. The Koolau Mountains, which run through the eastern coast of Oahu Island, are the remnants of the ancient volcanoes that created Oahu Island. The endless peaks only show a gap in the area around the windbreak. Whether people or the wind, they take it for granted that this is the best way to cross the mountains. Highway 62 in Hawaii, Pali Highway, has chosen to cross the Koolau Mountains to connect the two cities of Kailua and Kneohe in the northeastern corner of the island with Honolulu in the centre of the island. From here, you can see the scenery of the northeastern plain of the island at a glance. The constant northwest trade winds also choose here, and the strong winds often whistle past.
Ouhu Island is a famous scenic spot. Looking northeast from the viewing platform, the beautiful scenery is endless. Because of the cracks in the mountains, the strong northeast wind sometimes reaches more than a dozen levels. There is also a history of Aboriginal resistance to invaders in Dafengkou.
The name of Hawaii in Pali Lookout means "Cliff". As its name implies, Dafengkou is famous for its strong wind all year round, and it is also a cliff viewing platform with an open horizon. Standing on the viewing platform, you can see the beautiful scenery of the northeastern plain of Oahu Island, and feel the beauty of nature in the strong wind blowing through Oahu Island. To take pictures here, the hair can only be messy in the wind. It will cover the face without holding hands. It's really a big wind outlet.
Dafengkou is a classic scenic spot in Hawaii. It not only has beautiful scenery, but also has an extraordinary history. Dafengkou Scenic Area is located in the southeast of Oahu Island. The continuous peaks only show a gap in the area of Dafengkou. Whether people or the wind, they take it for granted that this is the best way to cross the mountains.
Barry, the big wind outlet, was the entrance of the Japanese army into Hawaii that year. The smoke was no longer diffuse. The only constant was the strong wind blowing, as if to blow tourists into the blue sky. People with wild hair take pictures while experiencing the unique strong wind.
The Nuuanu Pali Lookout is not only one of the most scenic easily accessible lookouts within Oahu's rugged interior, it's also the site of one of the most important events in Hawaiian history. In 1795, King Kamehameha the first set sail from the Big Island of Hawaii, conquering Maui and Kaui as he made his way towards Oahu. There he clashed with the forces of Kalanikūpule, driving the warriors of Oahu back into the valley, eventually to the Pali Lookout. It was here that hundreds of Kalanikūpule's soldiers were pushed from the sheer cliffs of the lookout to their deaths. Today, hundreds of tourists visit this scenic and windy location, making it one of the more popular attractions in Oahu.