It’s 75 degrees out, not a snowball in sight. Hot Cocoa is enjoyed as the warm trades blow or a red & green shave ice is had instead. Our town’s Christmas tree is a Banyan…the largest Banyan in the U.S! We make sand angels instead of snow angels, we wear leis instead of scarves and Santa throws a shaka and rides in on an outrigger with sea turtles as his reindeer.
That’s Christmas in Hawaii! Mele Kalikimaka to you and your family!