On Saturday night, I dropped Andrew off at the Ward Center for an event with his leadership class. David and I continued onto Waikiki Beach. Above, Diamond Head overlooks Queen's Beach.
We strolled down Kalakaua Avenue, home of couture shops that cater to Asian tourists. These lovely wahine (ladies) posed for my blog.
This honu (turtle) welcomes tourists in the Outrigger Hotel.
We enjoyed the violinist playing on Prince Kuhio Beach.
The jetty provided a panoramic view of Waikiki Beach.
I zoomed onto the pink hotel, the Royal Hawaiian.
Here's the Moana Surfrider again, a popular venue for Korean weddings.
Walking back to my car, we notice the keiki (children) from a hula halau (school), waiting to perform on Prince Kuhio Beach.
Also waiting are the wahine (women) of the hula hulau (school).
As the sun set, the hula halau treated tourists to Hawaiian cutlure.
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Kim in Hawaii
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