Where ever you plan on moving to, always think about the purpose of your move. What is your goal? What is the most important thing you want to achieve in life? Do you want to make lots of money? If so, then US is not where you want to move to, unless you have a… Continue reading Move to Retire
I was never a big fan of bulk shopping, for reasons none other than space constraints, and my inability to use them up as quickly as I should (especially produce and dairy). So the only items I would buy in bulk would be things like rice, sugar, cooking oil, eggs, instant coffee, and frozen cheese… Continue reading iShoot 365: 50/365 – Bulk Shopping
What's with kids nowadays, don't they watch TV anymore? I quickly moved her to the dining table as soon as I saw this and after I took this shot 😆 so that I can make a poster out it that says "NO iPAD DINNER IN THIS HOUSE" 😂. No child of mine is going to… Continue reading iShoot 365: 49/365 – iPad Dinner
Winter season on Maui doesn’t give us much to do especially on weekends. While it’s a good time for me to Neflix-binging all day and night, it’s always a good time for Ally to just hang out at the corridors of our apartment building to play games on iPads, or roam around the complex on… Continue reading iShoot 365: 48/365 – Overcast Maui Days
Outrigger canoeing is not only a Hawaiian team sport but is part of the Hawaiian culture, in which they learn to form a strong connection with the ocean to fully respect its existence and purpose in their lives, every time they paddle in one. The first outrigger canoes arrived in Hawaii as early as 400AD,… Continue reading iShoot 365: 46/365 – Outrigger Canoeing
When you live by the beach, you can't help but take a quiet stroll along the beachline as much as you can in the morning. Breathe in the good, breathe out the bad.
Out photographing Maui Life today. As you can see, I still shoot film; photos from it are for my scrapbook 🤫 call me old-fashion!
Part of the Hawaiian culture is to welcome the rising sun every morning. E Ala E is the name of the traditional chant; they give thanks to the land, the sea and to Hawaiian deities such as na kupuna (ancestors) and na aumakua (family gods). Pretty much like this. They blow into the conch shell… Continue reading iShoot 365: 43/365 – Welcoming the Rising Sun
No way I can afford a beach house on Maui. This was not an actual beach house, but as I sat on the beach, watching the sun disappears from the horizon, I imagined myself sipping my cup of coffee on the lanai of this ‘beach house’, supposedly watching the sunset, and then suddenly I heard,… Continue reading iShoot 365: 41/365 – Beach House