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Signs of Hawaiian Life, June 16

  • While on a trip to Singapore in March, Alan Chang, from left, Zachary Murray, Donna Chang, Cara Murray Kim and Alvin Kim discovered the Aloha Poke restaurant. Photo by David Lim.

  • A week after the “bomb cyclone” hit Denver in March, Gwen Kurashima found a warm reminder of home at the Maui Wowi Hawaiian cocktail stand while touring the Red Rocks Amphitheatre in frigid Colorado. Photo by Lloyd Kurashima.

  • Hawaii Kai resident Patty Mowat and her granddaughter Mahina Mowat came upon an Aloha Vietnam Travel bus near Ninh Binh, Vietnam, in March. Photo by Bill Mowat.

  • Hub Grosswendt posed next to a van advertising the Aloha Bar in Prague’s Old Town in the Czech Republic, in November. Photo by Margy Grosswendt.

  • In Las Vegas for a reunion in March, Tom Higashi, left, and Howard Oda, sampled the food at Pacific Island Taste restaurant. Laura Higashi writes, “Of course it was ‘broke da mouth ono!’ The cream-filled Long Johns were heavenly and the Redondo hot dog musubi and kim chee Spam musubi were winnahs!” Photo by Laura Higashi.

  • While enjoying her first game as a season ticket holder in March, Yankee fan and former Kalihi resident Betty Brennan stopped at Yankee Stadium’s King’s Hawaiian Grill, which serves sweet pineapple barbecue kalua pork sandwiches. Photo by Mike Brennan.

  • Aiea Heights resident Richard Fucik found the Big Kahuna restaurant in Pattaya, Thailand, near Jomtien Beach, in March. Photo by Nop Songoi.

  • After soaring up to the Sky Garden on the 69th floor of Japan’s Yokohama Landmark Tower in March, Drex Arine of Waipahu threw a shaka outside Mauka Meadows cafe. Photo by Stella Arine.

  • While visiting her hometown of Montreal, Canada, last fall, Ghislaine Dubois Chock spotted poke bowls for sale at Ichi Sushi restaurant. Photo by Eric Chock.

  • Dale Walther discovered Hawaiian French Toast while at the train station in Yokohama, Japan, in April, before heading to Tokyo to catch the sakura in full bloom. Photo by Kay Walther.

  • During a 12-day cruise through Southeast Asia, Leo Revestir of Kaneohe was ready for the ­Hawaiian Night at a stop at Ko Samui, Thailand, in March. Photo by B.J. Revestir.

  • While enjoying her first game as a season ticket holder in March, Yankee fan and former Kalihi resident Betty Brennan stopped at Yankee Stadium’s King’s Hawaiian Grill, which serves sweet pineapple barbecue kalua pork sandwiches. Photo by Mike Brennan.

Every week we receive an abundance of travel photos from our readers — more than we have room to publish. This week, we offer an expanded roundup of photos to accommodate some of the surplus. Read more

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