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The Great Aloha Run is just that, great! This is a yearly road race taking place in Honolulu Hawaii and also viewed as a charity event benefiting many charities in Hawaii.
Thousands of runners and walkers participate in this annual event and those who have been joining the Aloha run consistently every year, they can attest that this is indeed a meaningful and fun-filled event that should not be missed in Hawaii. In fact, this is something that many individuals, both locals, and tourists look forward to participating in every year. Continue reading “About The Great Aloha Run”
A flea market is a wonderful place to find unique artworks and other décor items at a very reasonable price. Art + Flea is a one stop market that mostly caters to artworks of local artists. Apart from the art pieces they provide, people can also enjoy other items and foods that are available in the area.
This place also accommodates individuals who want to sell their used art decors. Art + Flea is where you can buy and also sell used and unwanted art materials for a lesser price. Great way to dispose of, earn and purchase unique yet affordable pieces that can make your residence or commercial space classy and refine. Continue reading “Art + Flea Hawaii Event Review”
Aside from sun, sand, and surf, great tasting foods are also one of the great reasons to visit Hawaii, particularly Honolulu. If you love foods, then this is the perfect place to be. There are countless types of mouthwatering foods that would even convince you to stay in Hawaii for good. Every part of Hawaii has delicious foods to offer and if you lived in here, you can attest to this. You got to taste fresh sea foods, fruits, vegetables and more. Hawaiian cuisine is indeed something that keeps tourists and travelers coming back in Hawaii.
If you also want to experience the best street foods in Hawaii, then Eat the Street is the perfect local event that you should not miss. Eat the Street is one of the biggest monthly street food and food truck rally that features more than 40 food vendors every last Friday of the month in Honolulu District.
Eat the Street Features Fantastic Selection of Great Tasting Foods
The fantastic selections Continue reading “Eat the Street Hawaii Review”
Do you love night markets? Then you should try Honolulu Night Market as they feature various food vendors, art exhibit (current and upcoming local artists), local shop owners and local entertainment. They never get tired of adding new and unique attraction to a month to month lineup. Yearly, the Honolulu Night Market adds new features, vendors, food trucks and more.
We usually take a Hawaii limo service as parking can be a little challenging.
But here are things to look forward to:
This night market gathers various shopping centers that sell unique products such as contemporary women fashion, insulated water bottles, swimwear, tops, pop-up nail bar, men’s streetwear, retail, hats, clothing, accessories, handmade jewelry, and more. There are also vendors that sell original items, matted prints, wood block, giclee, surfboard arts, Hawaiian clothing, jewelry from a reclaim items, and more. Some of the retail vendors include Motives Cosmetics (makeup), Greene Acres, Kulua Designs (Fashion and Wearable), Hawaiian at Art (paintings), Wehiwa (wearable accessories and art), Wahine Toa Designs (wearable art), Harinani Orme (wearable art and painting), Pulama Jewelry (Accessories and Jewelries).
Foods: Continue reading “Honolulu Night Market Review”
A monthly party, Art After Dark is organized by a group of volunteers who are dedicated to exploring arts. The event is held every last Friday of each month and starts from 6 to 9pm. Though it is not held throughout the year, there are many who take advantage of the event and attend it from January till October. It is held at the Honolulu Museum Art grounds and has gathered around 250 people on the first party. As more people learned about the event, there are now more than 2000 people attending the event and are trying to access the museum every month.
How to Join the Event
People who would love to take part in the event should keep in mind that there is an admission fee required for all non-members of the museum. Non-members should pay $25 to enter the event while museum members can attend the event at no cost. Children aged 12 and below who would like to attend the event just have to be accompanied by adults aged 21 and above. Unlike other night parties you can find in other places, this event allows children to attend provided that the one accompanying them will take full responsibility in taking care of them throughout the event and ensure their safety. Continue reading “Art After Dark Review”
If you are searching for an exciting and exotic food and beach adventure, then Hawaii Food & Wine Festival is an event that you should not miss experiencing. If you want to experience what it’s like to stay in a place with wide range cuisines prepared for you with ingredients that are produced locally, then the event is something you should never miss attending. The event is set in Hawaii. It is made special with the fact that all attendees can enjoy the beauty of nature in this lush paradise while exploring their exotic cuisines as prepared by some of the best chefs in the world.
The festival usually takes more than two weeks in different islands and features a list of more than a hundred world-renowned chefs and other culinary personalities as well as spirit and wine producers. It is co-founded by Hawaiian award winning chefs Alan Wong and Roy Yamaguchi and is considered as among the best events that no one should miss when visiting the island for a food adventure. The event is usually held in Ko Olina resort, Maui, the Hawaii Island and Honolulu and is attracting countless tourists from all over the world. Continue reading “Hawaii Food & Wine Festival Review”
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