The Search for Signs of Hawaiian Life: Cornwall, England
September 15, 2013
POSTED: 1:30 a.m. HST, Sep 15, 2013 LAST UPDATED: 6:47 p.m. HST, Feb 7, 2015
COURTESY ARTHUR WAINWRIGHT
GLOBAL GRINDS: A trio of Hawaii residents stumbled upon a restaurant called Ohana Beach Cafe in Newquay, a town on the North Atlantic coast of Cornwall, England. "Naturally, we had to take a commemorative picture with this unexpected slice of Hawaii on the other side of the world," said Jamie Tokuno, left, of Kaneohe. She and Min Ong, center, of Manoa and Kim Andrews of Kaimuki, were in England in August. Newquay, a resort town, is considered the surfing capital of the United Kingdom with several surf shops and board manufacturers.
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