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Dragon's Teeth are located near the Ritz Carlton Resort in Kapalua, Maui, Hawaii They were formed when the ocean waves and salt spray eroded lava flows.

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The Barefoot Bar, Duke’s, Waikiki Beach, HI

The Barefoot Bar, Duke's, Waikiki Beach, HI Spent some serious time at this bar. Great buffet fruit breakfasts.

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Kilauea Volcano, Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park, HI

The legendary home of Pele, the Hawaiian volcano goddess, this 4,091-foot-high peak is located on the southeastern part of the Big Island of Hawaii.

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The Wave, Coyote Buttes, AZ and UT

Giant’s Causeway, United Kingdom One of Northern Ireland’s most popular tourist attractions, Giant’s Causeway earned its name from the 40,000 basalt columns that interlock to form what looks like a walkway fit for a colossus. The stones, mostly hexagonal in shape, formed 60 million years ago when underground lava flows cooled into formations as tall as 39 feet high and 18 inches in diameter. It was comparatively recently—about 15,000 years ago—that the soil around the seaside stones eroded.