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The Search for the Signs of Hawaiian Life

For Sunday, May 5, 2013


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MAKANI MOMENT: After their Crystal Cruise ship docked in Kobe, Japan, on April 11, Jeri and Rick Broadfoot of Honolulu came upon the Makani Restaurant. The door was adorned with the words "aloha" and "e komo mai," plus pictures of monstera leaves and honu, or sea turtles. The employees were wearing aloha shirts with lei. The photo was taken by an accommodating employee from a retail store next door, said Jeri Broadfoot.

SUBMIT YOUR PHOTO | Email "Signs of Hawaiian Life" photos to mpoole@staradver-tiser.com or mail to Signs of Hawaiian Life, 500 Ala Moana Blvd., Suite 7-210, Honolulu, HI 96813. Please include the full names of those in the photo, where they live in Hawaii, when and where the photo was taken and the name of the photogra-pher. We apologize but mailed photos cannot be returned.





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cojef wrote:
Crystal Symphony or Crystal Serenity, 2 great mid-sized cruise ship with passenger capacity under 1500 which make cruising enjoyable. Sailed with Crystal Harmony( currently rechristened, Azuka II) and Crystal Symphony over 10 cruises. Will not sail on mega-liners. With passengers totaling in excess of 2,500. Was married in Kobe at the American Consular Office in December 1950.
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