Dog the bounty Hunter’s new retail store opens this weekend so we show you the location and talk about what might be going on in his new establishment. The dog and his family live in Hawaii Kai so naturally a perfect location for the store is Koko Marina. Starting Saturday he’ll be open for business and you can purchase all of your favorite bounty hunter memorabilia. Koko Marina is conveniently located on the east side of all who close to Hanauma Bay.
Over the weekend we had the opportunity to stay at the Outrigger Waikiki on the Beach. We wanted to see it just one more time before major renovations take place. We stayed in a oceanfront room and while it was beautiful and clean there is no question that a upgrade is needed. The furniture was old and dated. The beds were pretty uncomfortable because of the old-age and the bathroom, while squeaky clean, really needed to be freshened up. They have some great rates I wouldn’t avoid this property but you should know what to expect if you decide to book this property. We love the staff, everyone was friendly and nice with lots of Aloha.
Today we answer a question from Shawn who want to know what was happening about the debris which is floating towards Hawaii as a result of the Tsunami in Japan in February of this year. We talk about the possibilities of debris coming up on the shores of Hawaii and what’s being done about this serious problem. The debris is moving faster than expected and will most likely move north of the Hawaiian Islands on its way to mainland U.S.. However it’s pretty clear that it will be caught back up to currents that will bring debris back to Hawaii over several years. No one really knows for sure what’s going to happen but we will keep a close eye on it and let you know anything we hear about this issue.