Signs of Hawaiian Life — Aug. 2, 2020 | Honolulu Star-Advertiser
Signs of Hawaiian Life | Travel
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Big Island residents Dr. George and Gail Crosthwaite found the Likelike restaurant in Aachen, Germany, while visiting the Christmas market last year.
On a trip to Auckland, New Zealand, in December, Ewa Beach resident Joseph Gaynor found a place to get some local grinds. Photo by Lori Gaynor.
While on a walking tour in Amsterdam on the last day of a Christmas Market river cruise in December, Kathy Tanaka came upon a restaurant that sold poke bowls. Photo by Naomi Yap.
While visiting Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan, in May 2019, Richard Dole of Kaneohe discovered the Honu Hawaiian Diner. Photo by Susan Dole.
Kathleen Kupke of Honolulu spotted a sign of home in Papeete, Tahiti, last year while outside a fabric store. Photo by Stephen Ahlers.
Honolulu resident Anthony Joseph Miloni was touring Italy in March when he discovered a restaurant selling poke bowls in Sicily. Photo by Cathy Miloni.
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