We are mixing things up for this 4th Anniversary Carnival! Oh my!
This bird was tearing at this ginger plant but I am not sure if he was eating it or if he/she was going to use it for nesting materials. Aha! Now I know who has been messing up those flowers! Since we are all mixing things up and seem to be all mixed up, I think we should eat dessert first!
Sheila wishes the Carnival of Aloha a Happy Birthday by sharing Hawaii’s Tastiest Sweet Treats posted at Hawaii Vacation Blog – GoVisitHawaii.com. She says, “Since it’s the Carnival of Aloha’s 4th birthday, let’s celebrate with something sweet. Hawaii is a paradise for the person with a sweet tooth, you know.”
Just do not eat too much yet — we need to go swimming. My favorite star gazer goes in the opposite direction and goes ocean browsing instead!
Andrew Cooper takes A Night Dive at Mahukona posted at A Darker View. In usual fashion this is an educational post and, even though Andrew goes looking at starfish instead of the celestial kind of stars, at least he does so when it is still A Darker View.
Okay, now that we are out of the water, we can eat a lot more!
Malia Yoshioka presents Traditional Hawaiian Food | Hawaii Travel Guide posted at WhyGo Hawaii, saying, “Culinary Hawaii today is a mixed plate of cultures, a blend of the old and new. But it’s also interesting to get a glimpse into where we began and the type of Traditional Hawaiian Foods that were a strong part of Hawaii’s past.” Mixed plates are always the best and the more mixed up they are, the better!
We may be full but we are not done with tradition and the traditional. This Carnival always loves tradition and we are not just leaving it to food this month!
Karen takes us to see Hula, Halaus and the Hilton Hawaiian when we go to check out her blog at KareninHonolulu. No matter where she is, we can always count on Karen to provide us with an educational piece of culture.
Keeping the culture and keeping the “mix,” we next get to be a witness!
noel tells us about Witnessing a New Day at Pu’ukohola posted at one of his blogs, A Sari-Sari Life-Hawaiian Style, saying, “This is mostly an photo experience of the annual ceremony at Pu’ukohola in July.” If you look at the side bar of this blog you will see where Noel explains that sari-sari means “a mix-mix life” in Filipino. Did I mention that we are mixing things up?
We are used to Noel usually being a “plant fanatic” but I am good with this kind of confusion! Seriously though, a lot of bloggers are running more than one blog and I like the name of this one. Thank you, Noel, I do not think that most of us would have seen this event otherwise!
I have to admit to being a little mixed up, our next post did leave me a little confused.
Costan Alexandru presents some of Hawaii cheapest vacations tips . General informations posted at Cheapest vacations and business tips, saying, “General information about Hawaii as a popular destination for people`s summer vacations.”
I am really not sure if that was about the State of Hawai’i or about the Big Island of Hawai’i.
Well, that concludes this edition. Are you sufficiently dizzy? Submit your blog articles to the mix for next month! Share it with us at the next edition of Carnival of Aloha using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.