The Marketplace in The Big Island, where typical hawaiian food can be savored in comfy home settings. Also known as a chinatown as so many chinese food can be seen here. Maunakea – derived from the name of the dormant volcano in this island. This colorful place is full of colors, spices and sights to remember i can say Aloha!
I used to talk to myself, nope , not used to, i still do. I was watching a beautiful sunset in hawaii on top of the mountain, go down the ocean bay, wondering what could have been, the past moment when the sky was blue and love shows its rainbows.
i started wandering in the ocean, yearning for something deeper than that inexplicable quest for one’s purpose. When you were young, one always thought that love conquers all. Age makes you wiser, but still that doesn’t stop me from scolding myself , my inner self reprimanding me that time can never be wisely spent when love and passion is truly at its peak. I still talk to myself, but this time I am more kind to myself.
Life is a wonderful adventure, love comes as one of its flavors. This picture made me smile, and i no longer ask myself why. – by JoelF
Walking all the way to the flea market alone and excited, and arriving in Aloha Stadium with no direction or plans, except to feel the crowd and the products i’m expecting to see.
What is Hawaii without pearls and seashells? Trinkets and Accessories….so many booth selling stones! (hold it, semi precious stones you would normally accentuate in your wardrobe, not the one you were thinking, hmmm).
What caught me by surprise is the air of reggae, Bob Marley’s photos scattered all over the place as if you’re in Jamaica! Rasta and Reggae wristbands immortalizing Bob Marley. The color of red, yellow and green even on the cups and juices. I was stoned by surprise! Hawaii is really a land of volcanos, rock and stones. You’ll never know what will hit you by surprise.