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Tuesday, 12 February 2019



laid back, love it! so many changes too.

Alan in Clairemont

Great post Kirk and excellent pics as usual. I haven't been to Hawaii since the early 80's when I was a little kid....but while there I did get to meet Tom Selleck (really nice guy) as they were filming the crossover episode with Simon and Simon ironically in the suite next to my room at the Ilikai) I also got pulled up on stage with Don Ho during his Hilton Hawaiian Village Show (I have a photo of it if you want a laugh...his white zipper boots are awesome).


Lana'i looks like a great place to visit! I love the looks of the Sweetheart Rock


Crowded beach indeed! Must be used to having the whole place to himself normally.


We enjoy Lanai Kat!

That's funny Alan; you got to be part of "Uncle Don's" show. Met Tom Selleck twice; he seemed very nice as did Larry Manetti.

It's a really nice place to relax Soo.

Hi Junichi - Yes, it's quite peaceful during the weekdays.


Ellison bought the Richard's Market. I was there a few years ago renovating the Manele Bay, and Ellison didn't allow individual cars, only company vehicles, due to the traffic it'll cause. So he does think of the island's people. We stayed at the Koele Lodge. It had only two washing machines for 400 people, but high class place. Richard's Market has a sign that let's children eat a vegetable or a fruit for free. There's a pseudo public housing probably paid for by Ellison, why there isn't any homeless on the streets.


Hey Ron; it's so nice to hear from you. I was quite relieved to see that things were looking so good. Hope you are well. And maybe you'll get the blogging "bug" back one of these days?

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