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Waikiki Beach Cityscape by rioka Waikiki Beach Cityscape by rioka
The view of the right side of my hotel is more metropolitan with all the hotels, shops, and buildings stretching as far as the eye can see.
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LadyLacus18 Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2011  Student Artist
I live in hawaii. I can visit to different city in Oahu. Oahu is island of Hawaiian Islands.
LadyLacus18 Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2011  Student Artist
IT is pretty sunset. I can see it.
narutokunobessed Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2009  Student General Artist
I love Waikki. Pretty much its the island thats a gateway to asian countries. I mean I see asian food and hawaiian food all over the place. And if you are good, you might find some anime stores.

Perfect weather during winter.
rioka Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2009
Do you live in Hawaii? And where are the anime stores? I didn't see any when I went but then I was too busy checking out the tourist areas. XD
narutokunobessed Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2009  Student General Artist
Well, I went to Oauhu for Vacation for a week during christmas vacation. I remeber there was an anime store near this famous place that makes really good spam rice. And its not the rainbow drive in. Well, I kind of forgot the name of it. But its a familly owned buisness some where near walmart I think. I think it has brown sign.

Pretty much, you just have to look. Normally, if you find an asain plaza, you'll bond to find an anime store.
rioka Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2009
Spam! OMG, that's one of the things we should've tried when we got there. I got to try a loco moco though and lots of other tropical dishes but no spam... I'll have to remember that when I go back.

Anyways, there were a ton of asian restaurants and I went to a japanese department store but I saw no dedicated anime store. Ah well, maybe some other time. Thanks for the info though. :)
narutokunobessed Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2009  Student General Artist
Spam and loco moco is awsome. We have it here in the CA at this Hawaiian restaraunt but of course, not as good as the homeland.

I have also tried lau lau too. Its really tasty, but theres a ton of fat lol. They bury it some how in the ground and cook it that way. Some thing like that. We got it from a house, not really in a store.

Malasadas are awsome. They are the hawaiian doughnut and can be only good if its fresh.

Yea, you kind have to look hard. Its not easy but you will eventually find it.

Oh, oh, maybe go back during kawaii anime convention. Its in april 16-18.
rioka Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2009
A local Hawaiin restaurant? Cool! Talk about lucky.

Lau lau - is that the pig? We have something similar here but we call it lechon.
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