else in between have chosen the islands as their playground.
And why wouldn’t they? We’ve got the best of all worlds, especially in Waikiki. The cosmopolitan crowd has plenty of upscale boutiques and fine dining establishments to choose from; honeymooners will certainly have their fill of romantic sunsets and walks on the beach; families can find their perfect spot on the sand and take a surfing lesson or two, check out the zoo or aquarium (which are just walking distance from each other); while those travelling with their besties can revel during happy hour or party
Fighting Eel two pals who put the brand together on p. 50.
On the music front, the sultry sounds of Benise will definitely entertain. Part concert, part stage show, Benise’s mastery of the guitar will keep you tapping your feet, while performers dazzle you with their Spanish-style dances ( p. 56).
If you’re interested in seeing things that are more traditional during your stay, how about catching a live hula performance? There’s plenty around Waikiki. Turn to p.58 to find out where and when to go. Additionally, for those of you looking to learn a lesson two, several venues in the area happen to offer hands-on activities such as lei making, ‘ ukulele basics and of course, hula lessons. We give you the scoop on where to participate in these culturally rich how-tos on p.53. After all, experience is the kind of souvenir that will stay with you forever. Aloha and enjoy the issue!