Beach Walk 628R – May Day is Lei Day

I present to you a Beach Walks classic, featured hula dancers and leis at Kapiʻolani Park. Music, dancing, and plenty of Aloha for you.

Maybe this year we will be able to create the world’s largest lei? Mahalo to Neenz for telling me about this! Follow her link to read more about leis and hula. And visit SmallBiz Survival to join Becky McCray and BarbaraKB‘s in using May Day as Talk to Your Neighbor Day.

Update: I fixed BarbaraKB’s spelling.

Hawaiian word:
Lei: garland, wreath

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Beach Walk 70 – May Day, Lei Day

Today is Lei Day, with lots of lei wearing, lei making contests, and plenty of hula and mele.

Today’s show is from Kapi’iolani Park, just across the road from the beach in Waikiki. Enjoy some affection and aloha from me and the keiki as they dance!

Hawaiian words
Mele: music, chant
Keiki: children
Kupuna: grandparent, ancestor

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