The Search for Signs of Hawaiian Life – Found at Cariloha St. Thomas

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The Search for Signs of Hawaiian Life
For Saturday, August 25, 2012

Signs of Hawaiian Life - Honolulu Star Advertiser - Cariloha St. Thomas

Aloha by any other name is still friendly and welcoming, as these Caribbean travelers discovered at Cariloha, a dress shop in St. Thomas, Virgin Islands, earlier this year. Photographer Evelyn Llamas of Hono­lulu said the shop owner defined “Cariloha” as “living the Caribbean style with the spirit of aloha” and gives every shopper a bamboo lei. Llamas’ travel mates were Tony Sipin, left, Espie Sipin, Anastacia Cadiente, Pauline Catbagan and Victor Llamas.

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Posted in the Honolulu Star Advertiser on August 25-26, 2012