Hawaii: Polynesian Cultural Center in Oahu

We finally visited this place on the 3rd “full-day” (Wednesday, October 21st 2015) after staying at a hotel just behind it. It was late morning and it just opened about an hour or so earlier, so there weren’t that many people yet.

As we entered, we stopped at this store that had many cool “stuff”, like this car inside …

I then checked what was outside nearby the store and saw this gazebo, which there was some guy singing..

I wasn’t able to get a video of it, but I would share one later in the evening when some of came back for supper.

After visiting the store, we walked around together..

There was this bill board like sign that had information of what Polynesia is made up of..





American Samoa (America’s Forgotten Colonies, Part 1/3)

Guam (America’s Forgotten Colonies, Part 2/3) youtube.com




Polynesian Origins , from youtube.com
Polynesian Discovery Part I

“Uploaded on Jun 24, 2010

Proof Positive that the Polynesians had found and were trading with the Americas hundreds of years before Columbus.”

We also visited the Polynesian Football Hall of Fame

After over an hour or so visit, we were ready to head out to go surfing at a nearby beach. However, we planned on coming back. My brother and his family wanted to go to the southern part of the island to go shopping. They needed to get my niece a new suitcase as it ripped on the way to Hawaii. My nephew wanted to stay and play games, so he stayed with my parents and I in the hotel room. We later went back to the cultural center to have supper. It was close by to walk, which is why we decided to go there…

When we to out to eat the restaurant at the center, we chose to sat outside to watch the entertainment held at the gazebo ..

It was a great environment and I personally had to comment on the great food too..

I seldom or rarely eat red meat and even avoid hamburgers since it’s hard to digest for me. However, when I roaming grass fed beef, I had to try it..

It was probably the most expensive burger I got, but the best tasting one too! It was worth the price. I saw this as paying partly for the great entertainment too!


I apologize for the quality of the video as I lost my digital camera earlier, so I pretty much recorded and took pics from my Samsung Galaxy smartphone..




Polynesian Discovery Part I

Genetic History of the Pacific Islands: Melanesia, Micronesia and Polynesia



Hawaii Alliance of Nonprofit Organizations auw.org
Food Pantries – Aloha United Way 2-1-1 Community … auw211.org
Hawaii Foodbank Member Agencies hawaiifoodbank.org
Hawaiian and Pacific Islands Division – Youth hawaii.salvationarmy.org
Brethren of Christ International brethrenofchristinternational.org
“…provides spiritual guidance and coordinate charitable works in the local district. Join one of our ministries or submit yourself as a volunteer for projects:

Outreach Programs

Cell Group
Outdoor Camp
Food Pantry
Television Service at Olelo
Pre-School (Faith, Hope & Love Child Care & Learning Center)
Brethren of Christ School of Theology
Philippine Missions (Missionaries and Volunteers are welcome)
– We Need God in the Philippines Mission Tour
–Jollibee Children’s Feeding Program
–Paraiso Children House of Refuge


*Any other organizations out there that should be listed above? Feel free to share below. Mahalo/Thanks!

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Hawaii: Oahu’s North Shore -Giovanni’s Shrimp Truck -from Sal Photo-Videography facebook.com

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