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I guess there are new lights in the Wilson Tunnel while driving the Likelike. These LED lights are bright compared to the old lights, but the spacing or position of the lights creates a nasty flickering as you drive by. Very, very agitating. Update 3/6/17. Now with agitating video.
Oh I forgot, but there was one tiny disappointment on my first visit to the Nordstrom Rack in Waikiki, but more on that later. Unbeknownst to me, this location was open from late 2016! Anyways, a smart marketing ploy of two $5 store credits got me in the store in early 2017, and there was a […]
Nitrogenie closed for business only in the beginning of February, but already its space has been occupied. Mr. Tea is open for business, and although the store interior does look a little Spartan, customers are exiting with drinks in hand. I don’t know about Mr. Tea or if there are other locations, but with a […]
Very important and doesn’t get any simpler than this.
It should have been obvious. After three visits to B. Patissiere for in-store treats, we’ve always come home with a box of even more goodies. So of course, the “B” must stand for box.
The Ward area in town continues to change Before the Ward Warehouse are is razed, here’s a shot of the changing profile that now includes high rises.
Heh, I didn’t realize that there’s a Starbucks on Oahu featuring its Evenings Menu. Even though the Evening program has been officially cancelled, it still lives on across from Rumours in the Ala Moana Hotel. The Evenings Program pairs alcohol offerings along with the coffee and espresso lineup with the idea of bringing in customers […]
Before the big game, we headed to the International Marketplace in Waikiki for some shopping. This was my first time back since that almost perfect night. But since then, the parking rates have been adjusted. Two things I had not known before today. Crazy Shirts at the Marketplace has its own design for the shopping […]
Recently in Kailua, I’ve seen a few of these kinds of signs posted on street posts. Obviously, they are there to help out the tourists from Japan, but I don’t know who made and put them up. Nice job with the signs and demonstrating the Aloha spirit!
Aw boo. Nespresso is advertising their recycling program for used Nespresso capsules. But this program is not available in Hawaii (or Alaska and U.S. territories). Though made from aluminum, you may not have associated these small capsules as typical recyclable items. Nespresso is trying to rectify this oversight by providing customers with free recycling bags […]
Wait, no… that’s not a Shake Shack. It’s just the rebranded Teddy’s Bigger Burger in Aiea. But that green trim and logo look awfully familiar. On the other hand, I wouldn’t have known any better if I hadn’t recently visited a Shake Shack while in Washington DC and New York City. Not sure what was […]