Nie wierzę w przypadki, zawsze gdy przytrafia mi się coś nieprzyjemnego wiem że gdzieś jest głębszy sens sytuacji ale nie zawsze od razu potrafię go odnaleźć. Wiem że gorsze chwile też są potrzebne aby człowiek doceniał potem te lepsze, dostrzegał pewne rzeczy, wyostrzył zmysły na to co pozytywne. Wiem to z doświadczenia, bo moja przeszłość pozwala mi czasem dostrzegać więcej niż inni, życie nauczyło mnie cieszyć się z banałów oraz uśmiechać kiedy tylko nadarzy się ku temu okazja 🙌🏾Choć czasem jest to bardzo trudne - grunt aby się nie poddawać, mieć dobre i szczere intencje wobec innych 🌈 Życie, świat który nas otacza to coś pięknego a często o tym zapominamy. Pamiętajcie że karma ta dobra jak i zła zawsze zrobi swoje więc szkoda czasu na zawiść i smutek 🤙🏾 #oahuphotography#oahu#hawaii#hawaiisbestphotos#islandgirl#hanaumabay
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“‘Finding yourself’ is not really how it works. You aren’t a ten-dollar bill in last winter’s coat pocket. You are also not lost. Your true self is right here, buried under cultural conditioning, other people’s opinions and inaccurate conclusions you drew as a kid that became your beliefs about who you are. ‘Finding yourself’ is actually returning to yourself. An unlearning, an excavation, a remembering who you were before the world got its hands on you.” -Emily McDowell
Remember a couple months back I shared this gorgeous place in my story?? Well I finally got around to editing a pic 🤩 Thanks for snapping this pic of me! @anthonys.adventure 🙌
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resting beach face🐚 #faaaaaarfartravels
first 👙 haul of 2020 is up on my channel (get ahead start of your spring break needs lol)
Everyday I come home at night, there’s a single honey bee chilling on my lanai. Is this a normal sleeping behavior for bees? How does it not fall off the wall? Why not sleep in a flower? Did it get kicked out of the hive? So many questions with no answers. 🐝🤷🏽♂️
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Juodai baltas atsakymas
Į spalvingiausią klausimą iš visų
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Big mahalo to Zippy’s for the honor of allowing the boys and I to add some flavor and story-telling to your Pearl City location renovation! As a lifelong PC resident, this location is my personal “go-to” for any comfort food away from home.
It was known to kanaka maoli that the waters of Waiau birthed some of the best sea life where fresh water met ocean in the natural estuaries of Puʻuloa. Hawaiian royalty once travelled here (the exact area of Zippy’s Pearl City) to experience its abundance of choice seafood. Among the variety of ocean delicacies, the pipi (oyster) were held in such high regard that many modern areas of Moku o Ewa, now show reverence to “ka ia hamau leo” (the silent-voice fish), and the pearls that were found within them (i.e. - Pearl City, Pearlridge, Pearl Kai). Throughout the foreign disruption of Pu’uloa, voices were silenced, life-cycles lost, and the dynamics between nature and natives affected. For as long as i can remember, Zippy’s Puʻuloa has always been there for me as somewhere I can connect with people through comfort foods; it is a second home for the community and anyone visiting the ahupuaʻa... a place to mend interconnectedness.
Aloha from Puʻuloa 🤙🏾 New @fitted for @zippys merchandise coming soon!
We made it to paradise. We have no idea what day it is, what time it is, if we should be having breakfast or dinner. But we do know that there is nothing like that Hawaiian air, sun, and ocean to make us not have a care in the world. 🌴🌈🌺
Marriott Vacations Worldwide plans to build a U-shaped, seven-story building in the long vacant King Kalakaua Plaza, also known as the former Niketown building, with two ground floors of retail with roughly 110 timeshare units divided across the top five floors. There will be a rooftop recreation deck with an infinity pool and open space.
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Read below to learn about the social hierarchy of sharks in Hawaii!
*Keep in mind that these facts vary depending on location. What is true for sharks in Hawaii might not apply to sharks in other parts of the world like the Bahamas 😉
One of my favorite things about sharks is obviously their behavior, and being able to observe their interactions within their social hierarchy was amazing, and to see how humans play a role in it while sharing the water was equally sick
As a human you do not want to swim below a shark as you are, whether you’d be aware of it or not, implying that you are more dominant. When sharks congregate as such the more dominant species hang low while the lesser so are at the top. Which is why when diving with them you stay a bit above, to effectively communicate that you’re aware of your role, while communicating to them that you are an equal predator through your own body language. They read it and understand, and there is peace in the water
I LOVE SHARKS SO MUCH
Shot with my @axisgo waterhousing
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“You can never be overdressed, overeducated, or have too many boots” 😅👢 We’re loving our new XOXOart and Co. women’s T-shirts! The second T-shirt pictured was made exclusively for Paniolo Trading! 🤠 All three designs available in sizes XS to 2XL (pictured is size XS)
Real talk: going to the beach pre and post motherhood are completely opposite experiences.
What used to be a carefree time for fun and relaxation has been replaced with packing multiple bags to make sure every towel, change of clothes, diaper, snack, floaty, chair, etc. is ready (& still inevitably forgetting something), making sure nobody drowns, that the baby doesn’t eat too much sand, and to reapply sunscreen every 80 minutes (do people actually keep track?) And yet, when I get there and I see the smiles on their faces and I hear my kids laughing, I remember why I’m there. I am so grateful my children get to experience the same joy and appreciation that I have for this beautiful place we call home. It really is sunshine and rainbows. -Mama R
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We hiked so high (1,889 elevation) we ended up in the clouds ☁️ Another successful hike with my sweet Paisley pup 🐕💙
Waikiki - one of the most well-known beaches on the planet, extending from Ala Wai Canal in the north-west to Diamond Head in the east, known as "The Gathering Place”, once a Hawaiian royal retreat, Waikiki (Spouting Water) revels in its role as a retreat for the masses. This famous strand of sand moves to a rhythm of Hawaiian music at beachfront high-rises and resorts. In this pulsing jungle of modern hotels and malls, you can, surprisingly, still hear whispers of Hawaii’s past, from the chanting of hula troupes at Kuhio Beach to the legacy of Olympic gold medalist Duke Kahanamoku. It is a unique vacation experience that easily brings visitors and kama'aina (local) together and is a Hawaiian crossroads for multicultural encounter. In early Hawaii, Waikiki was a much larger area than the 1.5 square miles it encompasses today, much of it swampland. Diamond Head - the iconic silhouette of Diamond Head State Monument sits along the Honolulu skyline just beyond Waikiki. This 760-foot tuff crater is one of Hawaii's most famous landmarks. Originally named Leahi by the ancient Hawaiians who felt it looked like the "brow of a tuna", it received its more famous name from British sailors who saw its calcite crystals in the lava rock glimmering in the sunlight. It is part of the system of cones, vents, and eruption flows of the Honolulu Volcanic Series and has been extinct for around 150,000 years. The short but steep trail to the summit gives a 360 degree view of Oahu from above 🥰💖💙🏝🌤🌊🛥🏙✈️ #landscape#travel#travelbag#travelbloggers#travelawesome#natureiscalling#picoftheday#explore#adventure#wanderlust#instatravel#beautiful#nature#history#vacation#winter#oahu#hawaii#mountains#volcano#ocean#waikiki#beach#harbor#resort#hotel#skyline#sailing#paradise#view