Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Growing Interest

Wow, we are picking this up from Ewa Beach all the way around the South West Shore and up the Waianae Coast - second and/or third city. We can always visit Honolulu every year or so and may be easier than going to the neighbor islands. We can live, work and play in the West without Honolulu. Really!

"Sometimes you have to accept the fact that certain things
will never go back to how they used to be."

The Industrial Parks are leading the way, and the new Airport at Kalealoa is a great step forward. The new planned affordable Hotel, terrific. The Passenger boats from Barber's Point are now making contact with the beautiful Waianae Boat Harbor. We all know the bus situation is going to go from bad to worse. Traffic Makaha to Town will be almost at a stand still.

So how about getting the Passenger boat at Wainaee Boat Harbor? If it is "comfortable" nice, and those that have to get off at Barber's Point, fine. Others will continue because they are stuck in Honolulu jobs. Auwe. Meanwhile Honokai Hale is waking up too. The express #93 bus with the first and last freeway stop will be discontinued. You don't like the new bus set up? Hit the road, Jack.

"Tiny Bubbles" by Don Ho


Dancing is coming up very well too. Kapolei Chapter HBDA with classes at the Makakilo Community Center. and now a new Ewa Chapter HBEA with classes at Asing Community Center in Ewa Beach. Honokai Hale is looking good for a Community Center, but the Present Rail Party may stop it. But there is no stopping the entire enchilada of interest going up the coast. Dancing in Waianae? Beautiful.