Tuesday, 3 January 2017

THE FIRST FAMILY OF THE UNITED STATES HAVE JUST TWO WEEKS AS THEY RETURN HOME AFTER VACATION IN HAWAII





The First Family have traded their sundresses and shorts for winter coats once more as they returned home after two weeks of vacation in Hawaii. 
A downbeat-looking Sasha and Malia departed Air Force One for what is likely the last time when they touched down at the Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland on Monday.
Malia was wrapped up in a red coat and lace-up ankle boots, while Sasha kept warm in a fleece-lined denim jacket and knee-high boots.
Following close behind them were Obama and Michelle, both of whom coordinated in black and gray ensembles that matched the East Coast's gloomy winter weather. 
Obama, who only has two weeks left in the White House, spent his last day in Hawaii visiting the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific, where his grandfather Stanley Durham is buried. 
The president then spent the afternoon winding down at Bellows Beach for one last dip in the Pacific, before enjoying dinner at Buzz's in Lanikai with family and friends. 
Obama and the First Family left Hawaii around 10pm on Sunday. 
It had been a relaxing 16-day trip for the First Family. The president often started his days at the gym, before enjoying rounds of golf and trips to the beach with Michelle and his daughters. 
The First Family rung in 2017 at their Kailua vacation rental and spent the night before enjoying a luau at Obama's childhood friend Bobby Titcomb.  
There were also meals at luxurious restaurants like Nobu and Alan Wong's in Honolulu, as well as snorkeling trips and a tour of the Shangri La, a center for Islamic art and cultures built by heiress Doris Duke.







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