Monday, March 30, 2009

BTI Hawaiian Style (Part 1)

Two weeks ago, I went to Hawaii, hence that group of old drawings a while back. I spent a week in Waikiki, got some time on the beach, and was burned severely halfway through; more significantly, I brought back a lot of photos. You can see the first set of them after the jump.

If you haven't figured out by now, I went to a St. Patrick's Day parade. It was full of old cars, Asian bagpipe players, marching bands...
...and this awesome guy. Things were being thrown/given to the crowd, which is what often happens at parades; one of the more interesting items is a Pog from a local school.
I don't know if the proper caption here is "Hawaii: The only place where Pogs are still relevant," or "Remember St. Patrick School? It's back, in Pog form!" Later, I went to the International Market Place, which is pretty much a hundred booths selling the same jewelery and cheap t-shirts that either have Hawaii or Barack Obama on them. I didn't buy much there, but there was something else pretty cool there.
There's a gigantic half-dead tree in the marketplace that everybody writes on. I knew what I had to do.
Do you see it yet?

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