THE SEARCH FOR SIGNS OF
IN THE UNIVERSE
Timothy Dobbins spotted the Aloha Cafe, which serves up "gourmet Hawaiian Chinese cuisine" in Maryville, Mo., 90 miles north of Kansas City.
Ron Walker of Kaneohe stopped by the Aloha Precision Ski & Snowboard store at the Grand Summit Resort Hotel in Park City, Utah.
Justin, Della and Mari Kunimune of Kailua visited the Hula Hut in Austin, Texas.
David Weiss of Hilo took a photo of his son, Sai, at the Maui Beach Tanning parlor in Tuscon, Ariz.
London resident Ann Caird came across the Hula store in the North London neighborhood of Islington. The store sells vintage and modern aloha shirts, slippers and other gift items.
Thomas Mahoney of Honolulu snapped a picture of his wife, Natalie, in front of the Waikiki Cafe Brasserie on Paris' Left Bank.
Joyce Tanji of Honolulu submitted this photo of her group clustered around a sign for nearby Pearl Harbour while touring South Island, New Zealand. Clockwise from top left: Fred Takamoto, Dixie Thompson, Sam Tanji, Kay Caldwell, Claudia Oshima, Grace Yokote, Eric Yokote, Joyce Tanji and Renee Koyama.
Cassandra Flowers loves reminiscing about trips to Honolulu at the Little Hawaiian in Carrollton, Ga. Chef Tano, who owns the restaurant, was raised in Honolulu.
Diane Gibson and Sue Parry of Honolulu visited the Aloha Condominios in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.
Dr. Paul M. Chandler of Honolulu found a Mexican version of shave ice at Acapulco, Mexico, at the Hawaiian Paradise store.
Dayton Wong of Manoa spotted the Curry Aloha Diner Plumeria TiLeaf while vacationing in Tokyo.
"The Search for Signs of Hawaiian Life in the Universe"
is just that: We're looking for evidence of Hawaiiana everywhere but Hawaii. Send snapshots and a description to TSFSOHLITU, Honolulu Star-Bulletin, 500 Ala Moana, Suite 7-210, Honolulu, HI 96813; or e-mail JPEGs or TIFFs to HiLife@starbulletin.com
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