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Here I present: Kevin Whitton, “Honolulu and Oahu”, 2016 which was a travel guide book.
The book consists of eleven (11), titled chapters listed BELOW.
Chapter #. “Chapter Title”.
0. “Discover Honolulu and Oahu”.
3. “North Shore”.
4. “Hanuma Bay and Southeast”.
5. “Kailua and Windward”.
6. “Ko-Olina and Leeward”.
7. ”Where to Stay in Oahu”.
Here I presented: Kevin Whitton, “Honolulu and Oahu”, 2016 which was a travel guide book.
The book consists of 301 pages. The term “Oahu” is for Honolulu-County; and, it is the entire island.
Honolulu simply stated, specifically refers to Honolulu-City.
The map shown ABOVE of the Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation (HART) is an urban metro rail system. The Lelepaua Station is for Honolulu International Airport. The Honolulu metro is only one line; and, twenty (20) stations in total (some are under construction). Honolulu-County (Oahu) consists of one million people; and, nearly ten million tourist visit Hawaii annually. The HART Honolulu metro rail system is going to important in the future.
Boye Lafayette De Mente, “Subway Guide to Tokyo”, 2005 was the topic of an earlier blog post.
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Hawaii has numerous Buddhist temples; and, the Japanese Shingon have seventeen (17) temples in Hawaii. Kukai (774-835 AD) Kobo Daishi, founded Koyasan Buddhism; and the mission is located at 915 Sheridan Street, Honolulu. The map BELOW shows foreign missions of Shingon Buddhism.
The statue of Kukai (774-835 AD) Kobo Daishi, is shown BENEATH this text, at 915 Sheridan Street, Honolulu.