Monthly Archives: March 2013

She could have been Queen – Bishop Museum

She was a Hawaiian princess.  She could have been Queen – twice.  Apparently that is not what she wanted.  She was the great-granddaughter of King Kamehameha, his last surviving descendant. She was well educated, and lived and dressed as any … Continue reading

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Honolulu wakes up

It’s our last day in Honolulu, and I’m feeling bone tired.  We walked for hours yesterday: my hip and knees hurt.  My daughter is sleeping in this morning, so I go out for my Starbucks and oatmeal, and slip quietly … Continue reading

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