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  • PhotoLinks was established in August 1997 to fill a void in the Internet photographic community for instant web site visibility and traffic. Why PhotoLinks? PhotoLinks has been online since 1997 and is a well established online photography resource that sends a steady supply of photo enthusiasts to photographers web sites on a daily basis. The major search engines and directory sites may require several weeks or longer before web site listings actually show up in their catalog, if ever and now many CHARGE you to get listed or to advertise your site. Check out their how-to tips page. Visit the site: PhotoLinks - The Photography Network.

  • Read more about Honolulu Hawaii Master Wang is a giqgong grandmaster.

  • The Ukulele Maker Joseph Souza fills the beaches of Hawaii and the world with music from his beautiful custom instruments.

  • Grand Waimea Resort, Fox TV's North Shore Oahu Resort / Oahu, Hawaii on TV

  • I know this is about as far from Hawaii as you can get, but visit The amazing Trans-siberian/Trans-Mongolian train trip and get ready for the Trans-siberian! Learn everything you need, check out photos, exchange pictures and experiences. Visit Russia, Mongolia and China!

  • The Pride of Aloha is Norwegian Cruise Line's latest addition. It is an older ship that has been renamed and now sails the Hawaiian Islands. Read more about NCL America's new ship. This is first modern US cruise ship to fly an American Flag.

  • Jubilation! Full-service Wedding & Event Planning

  • John Free Photography - John Free has been a professional photographer specializing in journalistic and editorial subjects since attending Brooks Institute of Photography in Santa Barbara over thirty years ago. His photographic essays range from railroad tramps in California to automobile abstracts to London and Paris street life.

    John’s work has been featured in numerous publications from U.S. News and World Report to Peterson’s Photographic Magazine to Smithsonian. He was among the international photojournalists selected to take part in the project that resulted in the book 24 Hours in the Life of Los Angeles. John's work has been featured in a wide range of exhibitions, including the California Museum of Science and Industry, Los Angeles, Laguna Festival of Art, Armory Center for the Arts in Pasadena and the Bagier Gallery in Ojai, California.

  • Try Staying at a Bed and Breakfast

    Bed & Breakfast lodgings in Hawaii and around the world can be found by using the Bed and Breakfast Search Engine

    We always have options when looking for a place to stay. But many people overlook one of the most interesting options, Bed and Breakfast Inns. These properties are usually formerly single family homes in the 4-5-room range. When dealing with B&Bs it is very important that you ask questions. Unlike chain hotels were rooms meet certain fixed expectations, B&B accommodations can vary greatly as can their location. A properties website can't tell you everything. Be sure you contact the innkeeper directly before making reservations and ask any questions you might have.

    Bed and Breakfast Innkeepers are a great resource of information for travelers. They often help their guests make plans regarding what to see and do in their area. They also can direct their guests to local restaurants and events that the casual visitor may never be able to find.

    NOTE: If you have ever considered operating a B&B contact their association PAII, or try Start and Run a Profitable Bed and Breakfast or Complete Idiot's Guide to Running a Bed and Breakfast.

    I repeat, don't make your reservation online without having some contact with the Innkeeper. In most cases this means, don't book online. Not only can you ask the Innkeeper questions, but don't be surprised if the Innkeeper asks you a few questions. For example you may be booking a ski trip, staying in a town with a large ski resort. While discussing your expectations with the property, you may discover that you will need your own car to reach the resort from their location and you were not planning on that. Or that the B&B is located 10 blocks from the main street of town that you know you will want to walk into. To find these options online use B&B Search .

  • The Last Battleship

    The Battleship Missouri is an Iowa-class battleship designed for speed and firepower. Four Iowa-class ships were built during World War II including the USS Missouri, the keel of which was laid on January 6, 1941 at the New York Naval Shipyard. Its armament included the main battery of nine 16-inch guns and twelve 5-inch anti-aircraft guns. The USS Missouri was launched on January 29, 1944 and commissioned on June 11, 1944.

    It was assigned to the Pacific Third Fleet and cruised into Pearl Harbor Hawaii on Christmas Eve, 1944. The Missouri was part of the force that carried out bombing raids over Tokyo and provided firepower in the battles of Iwo Jima and Okinawa. During the war’s final month the “Mighty Mo” served as Admiral William “Bull” Halsey’s flagship for the Pacific Third Fleet. The USS Missouri secured its place in history as the site of Japan’s unconditional surrender to the Allied Forces on September 2, 1945, ending World War II. The ceremony for the signing of the Formal Instrument of Surrender was conducted by General Douglas MacArthur. In August 1996, the Navy selected the USS Missouri Memorial Association as caretaker for the battleship and Pearl Harbor as its permanent home. On May 4, 1998, the Navy made it official, transferring the Mighty Mo’s care to the Association. Visit the official website. Also don't miss the KH6BB USS Missouri site, this group is restoring the ships radio room and getting it back on the air.

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