Hawaiian Carriage

For those of us who shop, we sometimes need something to carry all our awesome buys in. You can find this kind of thing in many gorgeous Hawaiian style fabrics at various places.
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I got mine at the Aloha Stadium Swap Meet. I believe it cost me the enormous sum of $7. You can flatten the wheels and fold it up to carry it in a handbag or tote bag until you buy enough stuff to need it.

Murals Around Honolulu – Fisher Hawaii

As you travel around Honolulu, be on the lookout for a variety of murals and other street art on different buildings. Over the next few days, you’ll see some images of different murals that are visible in Honolulu, donated by a member of the TA forums – Sweetiedarling1 from Canberra.

These first two feature the Fisher Hawaii building at the corner of Cooke & Pohukaina Streets.

Hawaii Oahu May 2013 110 The centrepiece of the art is at the main corner, where we see what could almost be a mirror image of the intersection, but with the addition of new buildings and a more modern streetscape.

As you go further south on Cook St, you see images of different people of all ages being active and enjoying the time outside:Hawaii Oahu May 2013 111