Oahu: The Gathering Place.

Grilling and chilling is a way of life here in Hawaii; not too far removed from Oahu’s south shore (Waikiki) is a little town held in the past called Haleiwa- here you’ll find quite streets, a little more Aloha and if the seasons right, world class waves.
I had the opportunity to visit the town and dig into the local eats and catch a few stormy swells:
From whole grilled reef fish (Uhu) stuffed with Leup Chung (sweet sausage jerky) to fresh grilled pupus (snacks, appetizers), home made tattoos, all tied up neatly with a keg of Newcastle brown ale. This Hawaiian style, Superbowl shindig was steller.

A small child unafraid, digs into a grilled Uhu Fish in Wailua town, Oahu

A small child unafraid, digs into a grilled Uhu Fish in Wailua town, Oahu

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Rain and Fog- A Haunting Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia, the maritimes: A place of history and of wilderness