Torch Lighting Duty, Oahu

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  • Sunset at Waikiki
    Sunset at Waikiki
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  • Ceremony performers.
    Ceremony performers.
    by Waalewiener
  • Running Torch Lighter.
    Running Torch Lighter.
    by Waalewiener
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    The Tiki Torch Lighting Ceremony

    by Waalewiener Written Feb 27, 2003

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    Tiki lighting is a Ceremony performed nightly at several locations in Waikiki, and I will list some places in Waikiki where performed.
    Kuhio Banyan Tree Park on Kalakau Avenue
    near the Statue of Duke Kahanmoku
    This ceremony is held every
    Saturday & Sunday from 5.30 pm -6.30 pm.

    Ceremony performers.
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    Young Native on Torch Lighting Duty.

    by Waalewiener Updated Feb 27, 2003

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    This young native does not walk , he runs to light his Torches. following is the location of another Torch Lighting Ceremony in Waikiki.
    The Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center.
    host the lighting of 50 Torches on Lewers and Kalakaua at 6 pm every night.
    Several major Hotels will also feature a Torch Lighting Show, my pictures were taken
    at the Hawaiian Hilton Village Hotel in Waikiki. More pictures of Torch Lighting can be seen in Travelogue.

    Running Torch Lighter.
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    Free Visitor Guides & Coupons

    by Gypsystravels Written Aug 14, 2013

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    The free visitor guide and coupons are an excellent way to familiarize yourself with the area as well as plan a particular event. Many of the guides have discounted coupons which can be very valuable on things like meals and activities.

    It's easy to find these guides. When you're arriving at the airport you'll see racks and racks of these guides and maps. If you have a few minutes, take a quick look through them to see if there is anything of interest. Grab a few, you never know if you'll find a valuable coupon which can save you $$ on an activity or meal. If you don't have time, don't worry, many hotels and restaurants carry a smaller selection.

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    Electricty

    by keeweechic Updated Sep 9, 2003

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    The Electricty in Hawaii is as with the rest of the U.S. - 110-120v 60HZ with a two straight blade plug.

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