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A little about me...
Both Peasant and Patrician, I'm as comfortable in a Tux as a pair of old jeans or board shorts and slippers. I'm as happy eating Pho or Dim Sum in Chinatown as I am enjoying the food and ambiance of Michele's at the Colony Surf. I know every dive in town and where they serve the best Fois Gras.
I am an introvert with extroverted tendencies. I'm comfortable with myself most of the time; educated, interested in many things, passionate about some. I laugh and smile a lot. I dance hula (it satisfies the extrovert in me) though my competitive dancing days are over. I go to the Merry Monarch every year. I run the cargo/logistics crew for one of the major halau that participates every year.
In late June and the first two weeks of July I'll be in the Solomon Islands for the 11th Pacific Festival of Arts. I first went to the festival as a dancer, then on staff, and now as Assistant Head of Delegation. Pacific islanders from 28 Pacific island Countries gather every four years to celebrate their culture, the evolution of their arts and their continued survival as native peoples.
About the one I'm looking for...
I'm looking for someone comfortable with herself, easy going ; thoughtful, witty, affectionate, enjoys reading, good conversation and cherishes quiet time and just being.....who loves hugging, cuddling, hand holding and kissing in private and public. She would also prefer watching a sunrise, or sunset from a beach or hill top instead of a bar though I certainly don't mind an occasional end of day visit to the Moana, or Jamison's on the North Shore.
I'd just like to add...
I recently decided to walk around the island in increments. I started at Ulupo Heiau in Kailua, then walked the levee across Kawainui and back. Walked into Kailua town, went to Longs then walked into Ka'ohao and Mokulua, turned around near Wailea and walked out again. I had breakfast at Kalapawai then walked across the Ahupua'a of Kailua on Kalaheo and ended my walk at the the Ahupua'a Kaneohe marker. Caught a bus home.
I have nine rules for walking around the island
1. I'll walk when I want to. 2. I'll stop when I get tired. 3. I'll primarily walk the coastal roads but take excursions inland when a place interests me. 4. I'll walk rain or shine. 5. The pace is mine; sit when I want to enjoy a view, eat when I'm hungry, rest when I'm tired. 6. I'll get on the bus or catch a cab home when the day's journey is done. Each ending point becomes the starting point of the next day of walking (Whenever that may be). 7. I'm walking west but if the signs say to walk east I'll turn around and walk east. 8. How long will it take? Don't know and don't care. 9. You're welcome to join me. See rules 1 through 8 above.
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