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Comments for Global Hawaii Blog http://www.global-hawaii.com/hawaiiblog Hawaii Vacation Guide to Adventure Tue, 23 Jan 2018 09:40:39 +0000 http://wordpress.org/?v=2.2.1 Comment on 07.13: Hitachi Tree by Global Hawaii Blog » Blog Archive » 10.05: Taro fields http://www.global-hawaii.com/hawaiiblog/?p=2132#comment-11039 Global Hawaii Blog » Blog Archive » 10.05: Taro fields Tue, 06 Oct 2015 02:45:27 +0000 http://www.global-hawaii.com/hawaiiblog/?p=2132#comment-11039 [...] Here are some taro fields and a plantation style house at Moanalua Gardens. There are also koi and ducks in the pond. Its just a nice relaxing place and its hard to believe is is right next to the freeway. This park also has the world famous Hitachi Tree. [...] […] Here are some taro fields and a plantation style house at Moanalua Gardens. There are also koi and ducks in the pond. Its just a nice relaxing place and its hard to believe is is right next to the freeway. This park also has the world famous Hitachi Tree. […]

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Comment on 02.15: Kaiwo Maru at Aloha Tower by Global Hawaii Blog » Blog Archive » 05.21: Kaiwo Maru http://www.global-hawaii.com/hawaiiblog/?p=1537#comment-10872 Global Hawaii Blog » Blog Archive » 05.21: Kaiwo Maru Fri, 22 May 2015 02:51:07 +0000 http://www.global-hawaii.com/hawaiiblog/?p=1537#comment-10872 [...] talking the nuclear crisis. Here is some additional photos and information from our coverage of Kaiwo Maru’s last visit.  You can view this boat by Aloha Tower through Saturday [...] […] talking the nuclear crisis. Here is some additional photos and information from our coverage of Kaiwo Maru’s last visit.  You can view this boat by Aloha Tower through Saturday […]

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Comment on 09.02: Lion King by Global Hawaii Blog » Blog Archive » 01.27: Lion and Mandrill http://www.global-hawaii.com/hawaiiblog/?p=1942#comment-10585 Global Hawaii Blog » Blog Archive » 01.27: Lion and Mandrill Wed, 28 Jan 2015 03:04:49 +0000 http://www.global-hawaii.com/hawaiiblog/?p=1942#comment-10585 [...] Above is the male African Lion also posing for me. Some how I have good luck with lions here is my Oregon Zoo Lion photo. Male lions weigh 330-500 pounds and females weight 265-395 pounds. The male of course has a [...] […] Above is the male African Lion also posing for me. Some how I have good luck with lions here is my Oregon Zoo Lion photo. Male lions weigh 330-500 pounds and females weight 265-395 pounds. The male of course has a […]

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Comment on 06.21: Adios by Global Hawaii Blog » Blog Archive » 11.18: Looking up http://www.global-hawaii.com/hawaiiblog/?p=1638#comment-10313 Global Hawaii Blog » Blog Archive » 11.18: Looking up Wed, 19 Nov 2014 03:25:14 +0000 http://www.global-hawaii.com/hawaiiblog/?p=1638#comment-10313 [...] We end our  Mexican Navy Tall Ship Cuauhtemoc series by looking up. I think it is fitting to end a tall ship series by showing off just how tall these ships are. The first shot is an upward look at the sails from board the ship. The bonus photo is a look up at the “crows nest”.  I don’t think you could pay me enough money to climb up there especially while the ship is in motion. That is just wait the sailors do. Unfortunately I was at work when the ship left port with all the sailors standing atop the masts. Maybe next time.  To get an idea here is the shot I took of the Colombian tall ship ARC Gloria leaving port. [...] […] We end our  Mexican Navy Tall Ship Cuauhtemoc series by looking up. I think it is fitting to end a tall ship series by showing off just how tall these ships are. The first shot is an upward look at the sails from board the ship. The bonus photo is a look up at the “crows nest”.  I don’t think you could pay me enough money to climb up there especially while the ship is in motion. That is just wait the sailors do. Unfortunately I was at work when the ship left port with all the sailors standing atop the masts. Maybe next time.  To get an idea here is the shot I took of the Colombian tall ship ARC Gloria leaving port. […]

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Comment on February 29: Leap Day Shokudo Honey Toast by Global Hawaii Blog » Blog Archive » 07.17: Tempura Honey Toast http://www.global-hawaii.com/hawaiiblog/?p=76#comment-10138 Global Hawaii Blog » Blog Archive » 07.17: Tempura Honey Toast Fri, 18 Jul 2014 02:28:47 +0000 http://www.global-hawaii.com/hawaiiblog/?p=76#comment-10138 [...] of the most popular dishes as Shokudo is their Honey Toast dessert. Recently their chefs put a twist on it and now bring you Tempura honey toast bread pudding [...] […] of the most popular dishes as Shokudo is their Honey Toast dessert. Recently their chefs put a twist on it and now bring you Tempura honey toast bread pudding […]

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Comment on 11.07: Siamang Gibbon at the Zoo by davek http://www.global-hawaii.com/hawaiiblog/?p=651#comment-10068 davek Thu, 19 Jun 2014 23:01:17 +0000 http://www.global-hawaii.com/hawaiiblog/?p=651#comment-10068 Certainly feel free to quote posts as long as you provide credit and a link back to the blog. Certainly feel free to quote posts as long as you provide credit and a link back to the blog.

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Comment on June 11: King Kamehameha Day by Global Hawaii Blog » Blog Archive » 06.12: King Kamehameha http://www.global-hawaii.com/hawaiiblog/?p=185#comment-10064 Global Hawaii Blog » Blog Archive » 06.12: King Kamehameha Fri, 13 Jun 2014 02:35:01 +0000 http://www.global-hawaii.com/hawaiiblog/?p=185#comment-10064 [...] and the bonus photo below is a closer look at the statue. See some of our past looks at the statue here (2008), here (2010) and also the Hilo version [...] […] and the bonus photo below is a closer look at the statue. See some of our past looks at the statue here (2008), here (2010) and also the Hilo version […]

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Comment on 10.04: B-25B Mitchell by Elena http://www.global-hawaii.com/hawaiiblog/?p=1151#comment-9478 Elena Tue, 17 Dec 2013 20:24:54 +0000 http://www.global-hawaii.com/hawaiiblog/?p=1151#comment-9478 Hi Folks, The B-25B Mitchell is an awesome plane! Here is a great site I found for, very high quality wooden replica’s and they offer over 600 different Airplane, Helicopter and Military vehicles. Check this website out www.premiumwooddesigns.com Elena Hi Folks,

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Comment on March 8: Hitachi Tree at Moanalua Gardens by Global Hawaii Blog » Blog Archive » 09.18: Monkeypod Canopy http://www.global-hawaii.com/hawaiiblog/?p=84#comment-9250 Global Hawaii Blog » Blog Archive » 09.18: Monkeypod Canopy Wed, 18 Sep 2013 11:22:38 +0000 http://www.global-hawaii.com/hawaiiblog/?p=84#comment-9250 [...] leaves and you can picnic or read a book under these giant trees.  It is also home to the famous Hitachi Tree and if you stay long enough sooner or later you’ll notice a Japanese tour group get off a bus [...] […] leaves and you can picnic or read a book under these giant trees.  It is also home to the famous Hitachi Tree and if you stay long enough sooner or later you’ll notice a Japanese tour group get off a bus […]

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