Aloha by Joel F

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Aloha –

“Hawaii is paradise. It sounds cheesy to say it, but there’s music in the air there.”. –Bruno Mars.

Yes, there’s music, a melody that springs from your heart and a rhythm that springs from your hope.  Hawaii is such a beautiful place, some say it’s a paradise, others say it is heaven.

No matter how you call it, one thing is sure, you can’t get enough of it especially when you’re about to leave.  It’s a mini California: countless beaches . only bigger waves for surfers, endless branded boutiques and countless hollywood celebrities.

Should I say a a mini vegas too? So many hotels, exotic and world class shows.  A mini Jamaica because reggae is everywhere.  So many Japanese, Asians, Europeans; domestic and international tourists.

History, Culture, Shopping, Nature, for such a small state, there’s so much things to do and so many places to see. You walk , bike, drive, swim, surf or dive, or just simply do nothing,  lay on the beach and watch the sunset and the changing colors of the sky.

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I’d love to post all my pictures here,  Hawaii is such a paradise i believe it needs a whole website for it.

I remember walking by the beach  and  witnessing a beach wedding and a funeral simultaneously happening, reminding me of life  itself  where falling in love is like experiencing the joys of wedding and break ups giving you the feel of  attending your own funeral.  Life is a bitch really. Ooops, I mean Life is a Beach.  🙂

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Aloha – — Beautiful scenery that inspires poetry. Photos will never do justice to the beauty of this wonderful island.



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27 thoughts on “Aloha by Joel F

    1. I honestly thought the water ceremony was part of the wedding entourage. It’s just a few feet away. Until i ask someone nearby, she told me that the water ceremony is a funeral thing. Sometimes i don’t use my common sense you know :-). I should have thought that the wedding couple is in the shore so why would their guests be sailing away? I think i’m just mesmerized by the beautiful scenery since a beach wedding is one of my childhood fantasies. Thanks Somali for that wonderful comment. Love it.

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  1. Thank you Joel for this post. We were just there in February and was able to visit four of the islands, It is truly beautiful there we love every minute of it, Aloha. 🙂 Jim and Charlotte.

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  2. sumday i want to go there to the islands an fly with paradise trikes, they fly ultralight trikes around the islands, an i fly trikes also so i want to go visit there an fly trikes there also, thanks fer encouraging me to visit the islands b4 i pass away frum this life,,, 🙂 cheers an chow, over an out frum da’ Q 🙂

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    1. Wow, i can feel how you feel. They’ll definitely enjoy their holiday. Thanks Miriam for stopping by. Who knows someday you’ll be posting your wonderful Aloha photos in your website. Keep me posted.

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