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January 18, 2012

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brii

Good morning my dear!
I would like to have some Hawaiian honey!
Lovely photos Simona!!
baciussss

Duespaghetti

What a prolific blogger you've been these days! We're enjoying these lovely photos and commentaries on your Hawaiian vacation.

Paz

What a wonderful-sounding place to spend some time. I'd buy a jar of that honey if I were there, too!

Simona Carini

Ciao Brii. I have yet to taste it. I hope it is good. I'll make sure to save some for when you come here to visit ;)

Thank you, DueSpaghetti. I hope winter is not too bad in your area. I must admit that it was nice to walk around in t-shirt and shorts for a few days.

It's a neat place, Paz. The walk to the ocean from the village is beautiful, but unfortunately it was raining and I had to protect the camera.

Susan

And on the honor system, no less! What wonderful shots, Simona - all of them. Thank you for sharing a peek of your travels in sepia for BWW! (I am in for WHB tomorrow.)

Lynne

Perfect in sepia! I always enjoy your BWW photos.

Simona Carini

Thanks, Susan and Lynne, for your kind words.

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