Sunday, January 18, 2015

Update

Wow, this blog is really moving. The search engines have picked up very nicely. Look into any search engine and you will see some photos in there that are not us, but it is just fine with me. Looks pretty. And we are getting more music and dancing interest in the the Central Valley - Waikele, Waipio and up to the North Shore. It is a toss up whether there will be a new dance club in Waikele or Waipio.

"When you feel like judging someone else, stop and think
about all that God has forgiven you for."


Dance Waianae has been renamed Sea Country to take in the entire Waianae Coast without the name Dance or Waianae. (The Search Engines) It will now be "Sea Country" the name Maili has used for years. Now we will use it to imply Kaena Point to Kalealoa Harbor and there will be overlaps from Sea Country blog and Platinum Horsehoe blog.


Just a figment of someone's imagination.

Honokai Hale has awakened from its long sleep due to the Rail Catastrophe. It had been built as a bedroom community type of the last century. Vacant apartments or homes are a major fact of life in Honokai Hale. Many residents that were forced to work in downtown Honolulu could not stand the long hassles on the freeway have moved out. And everyone knows that the situation is going to get much worse. This has also been the case in neighborhoods dominated by seasonal homes (such as vacation areas) and they are right next door to Ko-Olina Resort and their night life.

"The Music of Hawai'i" by Melveen Leeds


The air of independence is going throughout this section brought about by the Rail Disaster. We may be able to live, work and play in a Paradise of our own, A big interest throughout has developed in live music and dancing predominantly in the American Style of dance. Also coming out very nicely is the section between Kalealoa Harbor and Kalealoa Airport. Kalealoa Dance Club? Who knows. We are here ready, willing and able to help all the dancers.