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Signs of Hawaiian Life – June 30, 2024

While on a Diamond Princess cruise around Japan, Westloch residents Susan and Raymond Lee caught sight of Sun Aloha Minato Mirai restaurant during on a stop in Yokohama. Photo by Derek Hirao.
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While on a Diamond Princess cruise around Japan, Westloch residents Susan and Raymond Lee caught sight of Sun Aloha Minato Mirai restaurant during on a stop in Yokohama. Photo by Derek Hirao.

David Devenot and Hillary Mock of Honolulu took a trip to Brussels, Belgium, and discovered Hawaiian Poke Bowl. “We were surprised to see a poke shop so far from home,” said Devenot. Photo by Asefeh, their tour guide.
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David Devenot and Hillary Mock of Honolulu took a trip to Brussels, Belgium, and discovered Hawaiian Poke Bowl. “We were surprised to see a poke shop so far from home,” said Devenot. Photo by Asefeh, their tour guide.

Pat White traveled from Waianae all the way to 
Akureyri, 
Iceland, where she came across the Ohana Store. 
After asking a salesperson what ohana meant in 
Icelandic, she was told the owner had visited Hawaii and the word was 
Hawaiian for family. Photo by Daniel Turban.
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Pat White traveled from Waianae all the way to Akureyri, Iceland, where she came across the Ohana Store. After asking a salesperson what ohana meant in Icelandic, she was told the owner had visited Hawaii and the word was Hawaiian for family. Photo by Daniel Turban.

While on a Diamond Princess cruise around Japan, Westloch residents Susan and Raymond Lee caught sight of Sun Aloha Minato Mirai restaurant during on a stop in Yokohama. Photo by Derek Hirao.
David Devenot and Hillary Mock of Honolulu took a trip to Brussels, Belgium, and discovered Hawaiian Poke Bowl. “We were surprised to see a poke shop so far from home,” said Devenot. Photo by Asefeh, their tour guide.
Pat White traveled from Waianae all the way to 
Akureyri, 
Iceland, where she came across the Ohana Store. 
After asking a salesperson what ohana meant in 
Icelandic, she was told the owner had visited Hawaii and the word was 
Hawaiian for family. Photo by Daniel Turban.