Mauna Kea From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Geology… “..Mauna Kea is one of five volcanoes that form the island of Hawaii, the largest and youngest island of the Hawaiian–Emperor seamount chain. Of these five hotspot volcanoes, Mauna Kea is the fourth oldest and fourth most active. It began as a preshield volcano driven by the […]Read more "USA: Hawaii – Hawaiʻi Island ~ Mauna Kea"
Customer Tip: If you need some plastic-ware, napkins, or cups…ask the place you ate from. I asked a business that my parent’s ate from and the lady got mad. However, she hesitantly gave me a plastic cup. I was longing for Filipino-style halo halo, so I couldn’t resist and I bought this :)… –Halo-Halo …masarap! […]Read more "Hawaii: Chinatown in Honolulu"
Hawaii: Dolphins at Kahala Hotel & Resort (Oahu Island) MAKE A DIFFERENCE! 🙂 During our walk along the beach front by the shops, I notice a guy w/no limbs. He reminded me of Nick Vujicic.. The Incredible Love Story of Nick Vujicic and His Wife. I felt the urge to talk to him, but some […]Read more "Hawaii: Oahu-Honolulu’s Kahala Resort"
We transferred from the Marriott in the North Shore (Laie) to the Hyatt in the busy bustling resort town of Waikiki-Honululu. This was our view (facing the beach, but covered by the buildings).. A couple of block towards the beach… Beautiful view of the ocean.. Hawaii: Oahu’s Honolulu Waikiki View of the resorts (e.g. hotels) […]Read more "Hawaii: Oahu-Honolulu’s Waikiki"
–Chinatown –Diamond Head-Waikiki MAKE A DIFFERENCE! 🙂 Prison Ministry nlchonolulu.org “Chaplain Dennis Yokota has served in the Good News Jail & Prison Ministry for over 25 years. He oversees the Halawa Correctional Facility, Waiawa Correctional Facility, and coordinates the weekly inmate video visits at various church locations. “ -Others Hawaii Alliance of Nonprofit Organizations auw.org […]Read more "Hawaii: Honolulu in Oahu Island"
As we left the North Shore for our last days staying at Waikiki, we stopped over at this famous beautiful state park. I volunteered to get the tickets for the group as the others got food and beverages. While waiting in line, I notice a couple of critter crawling above us. It was pretty cool […]Read more "Hawaii: Oahu’s Hanauma Bay State Park"
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”, […]Read more "Hawaii: Polynesian Cultural Center in Oahu"