Archive for the ‘Beautiful Hawaii’ Category

FEAST AT LELE

Found this excellent video taken by some tourists at the FEAST AT LELE, in Lahaina.

Enjoy!

Pali Lookout

Anytime I am heading east over the Pali I try to make a stop at teh Pali lookout. I love taking in everything, mainly the fresh air and cooler atmosphere. The view never seems to end. The vibrant colors and large clouds are easy on the eyes.

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As always caution is advised. When I have time I enjoy hiking down the old highway and even climbing up to the waterfall.

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Well today I couldn’t old road was closed to falling rocks

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So I went up round the Iron Woods and snapped this shot.

Oh I want to say Mahalo to everyone that needed information about the CSA cause the food is so onolicious.

HALEAKALA

HOUSE OF THE SUN

MARDI GRAS

OF THE PACIFIC

Well, October is here and at the end of the month one of the biggest non-holiday events in the western world occurs.

HALLOWEEN

The thing I like about Halloween is that it comes with no stress. No big build-up of anticipation and subsequent let-down in disappointment.

Halloween is just Halloween and every year is as different and as fun as the years before.

The two best places, as an adult, to celebrate Halloween are Key West, Florida and Lahaina, Hawai’i..

Last year I picked up a couple from one of the hotels in Ka’anapali and took them to Front St., where all the activity is. He was dressed like an “Alley Oop” cave man. She had on a white bustier, white garter belt, white nylons, white heels, white frilly panties and a white bridal veil. The sexy, virginal bride. The entire ride to Front St. she worried aloud about how skimpy her costume was.

Almost 10 minutes of “I am so embarrassed .”

As I made the drop near Front St. the taxi-van in front of us disgourged 5 beautiful young ladies wearing only thong bikini bottoms and leis. That was their entire costume. My lady passenger saw them and in the same breathe went from “I am so embarrassed ” to “I may be overdressed.”
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VISITOR’S POINT OF VIEW

Scoured “YouTube” and here are the best visitor videos of Mau’i.

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Have a great day/week/month/year/life!
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GOOD MONDAY MORNING!

I put y’all to bed with some gentle music and soft sunsets yesterday.

Lets see if this will help get your day started.

Pump Up The Volume!!

RSS readers can view video here

EVENING FALLS

MAU’I SUNSETS

If you are reading via RSS, here is the video llink.

Thought this would be a nice way to end your weekend.

Aloha!

CELEBRATE LIFE!

ONE PER PERSON

Ma’alaea Devastation

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With all the death and destruction I have written about this week and the focus the media has placed on tomorrow’s anniversary, I just want to remind everyone that there is so much excitement in life to be enjoyed. When you are “down”, step back a moment and look at the world through the eyes of a child. Wonderful, wild and thrilling. With a new adventure around every corner.


GO BEACH

Beaches are places of fun and relaxation. You never know what you’ll see.

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ROLL ON DOWN THE HIGHWAY

On an earlier video, I showed you the low road into Wailea. Well, here is the high road approach.

The video starts at the intersection of Keonekai street and the Pi’ilani Highway (SR-31) and ends at the intersection of Wailea Iki and Wailea Alanui drive. Taken during the predawn hours at the end of my shift. If you listen closely, you’ll even hear my voice.

This is the last of my video collection. I hope you have enjoyed my very amateur efforts.

Aloha!

My Favorite Honolulu Neon Sign

Like Like Drive-In Sign

There are a lot of pictures to capture in the night around Honolulu. One of my favorite recent night shots is that of this sign marking the landmark eatery “Like Like Drive-Inn.” They sell a lot of saimin here as well as a wide variety of other coffee house style meals. My favorite is fried rice and hamburger patty….

The restaurant is located on the corner of Keaumoku & Kanunu Street across from the WalMart store in Honolulu. For those living outside Hawaii, you pronounce “Like Like” like this: “Leaky Leaky”.

Image shot with Canon Digital Rebel 300D SLR.

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