Kudos to Evelyn of Homespun Honolulu on the triumphant launch of the second “Carnival of Aloha.” I’m proud to be a part of this latest tour through the island blogosphere, and honored to be the first stop. Especially after I failed to be entirely complimentary the first time around.
For October’s blog carnival, Evelyn leads us through an impressive eighteen links, from Dean’s “Mr. Cheap Stuff” review of only-in-Hawaii McMenu items to Charlie Foster’s “Planet Kauai” dining guide to a ti-leaf sliding tale at “Mokihana’s Garden.” Mokihana’s newest HawaiiStories neighbor, L.P. “Neenz” Faleafine, blogs about growing up local in “That’s the Korean in Me!” and we get a preview of Kumu Kahua Theatre’s 37th season in “Skeet’s Stuff.”
And that’s barely a quarter of the great stuff this latest “Carnival of Aloha” brings.
Read, enjoy, and if you’re a local blogger, journaler, or escribitionist, be sure to participate next time.