Made in Hawaii Festival

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The Made in Hawaii Festival was held this past weekend at the Blaisdell Center in Honolulu. Over 400 vendors were there, showcasing and selling their locally made products. The vendors spanned across two exhibition halls. Entertainment was provided by various Na Hoku Hanohano Award winners. Cooking demonstrations were provided by Hale Aina Award winning chefs Read More

Waikiki Wall

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The Waikiki Wall is a man made breakwater structure that separates Queens Beach from Kuhio Beach in Waikiki. The wall is built so pedestrians can walk the length of the structure to get a better view of Diamond Head and a panoramic view of Waikiki Beach. The Waikiki Wall is located directly across the Aston Waikiki Beach hotel and within walking distance from the Kapiolani Hotel and the Honolulul Zoo. The Waikiki Wall extends approximately 375 feet from the intersection of Kalakaua Avenue and Kapahulu Avenue
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Prince Kuhio Statue in Waikiki

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The Prince Kuhio statue is located near the intersection of Kealohilani Avenue and Kalakaua Avenue in Waikiki. Jonah Kuhio Kalanianaole was a prince of the Kingdom of Hawaii before it became a territory of the United States.

According to the monument inscription at the base of the statue: Prince Jonah Kuhio Kalanianaole, the son of High Chiefess Kekaulike Kinoiki II and High Chief David Kahalepouli Piikoi, was born on March 25, 1871 at Hoai Kauai. His mother died soon after his birth and he and his two older brothers were hanai by his Read More

Aloha Stadium Swap Meet

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The Aloha Stadium Swap Meet in Honolulu has over 400 vendors selling a wide range of both new and used goods. The Swap Meet is located on the parking lot perimeter of the Aloha Stadium, Hawaii’s largest outdoor arena, and home to the University of Hawaii Rainbow Warriors football team.
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Living Aloha Festival in Waikiki

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The Living Aloha Festival 2018 took place on Saturday, July 28 in Waikiki. Kalakaua Avenue was blocked off between Seaside Avenue Liliuokalani Avenue. On both sides of the streets were a combination of vendors and food trucks, selling local goods and street food.

This event was organized by Millwood Ohana Productions. According to their facebook event page: Read More

Curry Cafe at Royal Hawaiian Center

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If you are in Waikiki and are looking for fast food curry, check out the Curry Cafe at the Royal Hawaiian Center.

Among the items on their menu are the Chicken Katsu Curry, the Fried Shrimp Curry, Gyoza Curry, Fried Calamari Curry, Takoyaki Curry, Seafood Curry, Croquette Curry, the Loco Moco, the Veggie Curry, the Plain Curry, the Yellow Chicken Curry, the Veggie Yellow Curry, the Seafood Yellow Curry, the Beef Yellow Curry, Chicken Wings, the Chicken Wing Plate, the Chicken Katsu Plate, Gyoza, and Fried Calamari. Read More

Kuhio Beach Hula Show on Saturdays

180721_2854 Kuhio Beach Hula Show on Saturdays

The Kuhio Beach Hula show last Saturday featured Kapi‘olani Ha‘o & Kawika Mersberg and Halau Ke Kia‘i o Kalamaku. The show began at 6:30pm and ended after sunset at 7:30pm. Expect lots of tourists at the Kuhio Hula Mound. The pictures featured in this gallery were from the performance on Saturday, July 21. For those wanting to view the Hula show, it is advisable to get there early to get a good seat. For more information on the Kuhio Hula Beach hula show, call 808-843-8002. Read More