Monday, December 10, 2007

Hawaiian Style Cafe

Hawaiian Style Cafe is a dining experience that you will not regret. The prices are astonishingly good, and the portions are sumo sized. The pancakes were fluffy and huge. The average price for an entr`e is eight dollars and guaranteed to fill you up no matter how hungry you are. You must get there early enough before the lunch hour, because they simply close whenever the food runs out . The place is not much to look at but you can't judge a book by it's cover. It's all about local style and local flavor. They serve breakfast and lunch that was very good and very inexpensive with a friendly staff. You must take cash though, no credit cards accepted. Hawaiian Style Cafe is at 65-1290 Kawaihae Rd, Kamuela, HI 96743. Many locals go there but it is also tourist friendly. No matter who you may be, if you like saving money and getting full from great food, you'll love Hawaiian Style Cafe.

Roy's Waikoloa Bar and Grill

A great place to dine on the Big Island is Roy's Waikoloa Bar and Grill. Roy Yamaguchi’s Hawaiian Fusion Cuisine blends fresh local ingredients with European sauces and bold Asian spices. Each evening you’ll find a delicious range of appetizers, entrĂ©es, fresh fish dishes and desserts. The menu at Roy's changes everyday. They also have an award-winning wine list. Roy’s offers a diverse and intriguing selection of wines from well-known and newly discovered wineries alike. Today there are now 34 Roy’s Restaurants in chef Yamaguchi’s Hawaiian Fusion Empire including 25 in the Continental US, 7 in Hawaii, 1 in Japan and 1 in Guam. There is only one on the Big Island located at the King's Shops in Waikoloa. Open Daily for lunch 11:30am to 2:00pm and Daily for dinner 5:30pm to 9:30pm. I have worked as a busboy for Roy's and the food is amazing and everyone enjoys themself over there. Roy's is very welcoming and shows the aloha spirit.

Monday, September 17, 2007

My Top 3 Favorite Websites

Three of my favorite Websites are

Youtube is a website where you can view, share, and upload video clips. Youtube uses Adobe Flash technology to show the videos. I enjoy going to Youtube because they have videos for pretty much anything you can imagine. Youtube has TV clips and music videos, amateur content such as videoblogging and short original videos.

Myspace allows you to create a place for you to share what you are thinking with the world. MySpace makes it easy to post all about you. The first thing you do is post a profile with your name, town, interests, school, sexual orientation, movies, books, and music you like, who your heroes are and much more. Myspace is great to keep in contact with those who live a long distance from you. You may have a network of friends, personal profiles, blogs, groups, photos, music and videos that can be shared internationally. I like myspace because it's a fun way to talk to my friends, discover new music, and look at photos.

Google is a search engine that started in the U.S. It's mission statement is "to organize the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful." Google helps me a lot with everything. I mainly use google to get research for school and help me out with homework.

Wednesday, September 12, 2007

Kilauea Volcano

Kilauea is the youngest and one of the most active volcanoes in the world. Kilauea is located on the southeastern flank of Mauna Loa on the Big Island. At Kilauea you can hike through the rainforest, experience vents spewing steam, see brand new land being created, ancient Hawaiian petroglyphs, and walk-through lava tubes. The summit of Kilauea lies on a curving line of volcanoes that includes Mauna Kea and Kohala and excludes Mauna Loa. Since it's current eruption in January 1983, it has been continuously flowing. Lava erupting from the Pu'u 'O'o cone flows through a tube system down the Pulama pali about 7 miles to the sea. Kilauea is also home to the Hawaiian volcano goddess, Pele. Hawaiian chants and traditions told of many eruptions caused by an angry Pele. Kilauea is among the world's most active volcanoes and may even top the list.

Tuesday, September 4, 2007

Hapuna Beach

Hapuna is a wonderful white sandy beach that stretches about a half mile long and two-hundred feet wide. Hapuna is the biggest beach on the Big Island. Conditions are usually excellent year-round. High winter surf often erodes the beach considerably, but still leaves beachgoers more than enough sand for various activities. This beach has been frequently voted the best beach in the U.S. The water is crystal clear and beautiful greenery surrounds the area. Hapuna is great for swimming, bodyboarding, snorkeling, and sun-bathing. Hapuna is the dries spot on the Big Island. This beach includes restrooms, showers, picnic tables, picnic pavilion, food concession, and lifeguards usually on duty. Hapuna Beach State Park is the most popular and widely visited beach park on the Big Island. Visitors and residents often travel many miles, from as far away as the Hilo and Puna districts, mostly on weekends and holidays, to spend the day at Hapuna. The large numbers of beachgoers pose no problems during the summer months when the ocean is calm, but during the winter months, there are very serious water safety problems. Other hazards other than big surf and drowning are Portuguese man-of-war. Hapuna is without a doubt, one of the most beautiful, if not the most beautiful beach in Hawaii.

Monday, August 27, 2007


Aight so over this weekend I pretty much just cruised. Friday after practice I picked up my homedawg Sol. His girlfriend Spinney is about to leave to the mainland for college so her friends set up a surprised "get together" at the bowling alley. So it was Sol, Spinney, and my girlfriend Tori. We ate dinner at Kona Mix Plate which has some ono kine grines li' dat. After we ate we pretty much just drove around to kill some time. We then headed to the bowling alley and had all of Spinney's friends over there. It was pretty much raging and she was all stoked. We had four lanes and bowled for a couple hours.
Saturday was pretty chill. In the morning I went to practice and it was so lame. The sun was blazing hot and was just boring. After that I went into town at a little surf spot called honls to bodyboard for a little while. I pretty much regulated everyone there and scraped kids off the face of the Earth like Kyle Watai. They already know whats up as soon as I get to the beach. The little session was pretty fun. It was only like 1-2 ft. but it was nice and glassy. After the beach I headed to Burger King 'cuz i had to feed my face. I was hungrier then hungry hungry hippo. When I was pau I left Kona Town and went back to the Village of Waikoloa. Sol had a barbeque later that evening at his house so a bunch of people went there to eat and kick back. We then went to Kings' Shops to go shop and stuff. I spent the night at Sol's and went home in the morning.
Sunday I just cleaned up all morning around the house. Then spent the day with the girlfriend and ate lunch. Other then that I just lurped at home and my sister came home and told me she hit a pig on the top road.