THE HAWAII CHRISTMAS MUSIC PODCAST (2016)

MELE KALIKIMAKA, Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays and a Happy New Year to all our listeners here at “Lucky We Live Hawaii”. This week its time for our 2016 HAWAII CHRISTMAS MUSIC PODCAST…We have put together over 30 MINUTES of HAWAIIAN MELE HOLIDAY MUSIC you will ONLY HEAR on this Podcast! You can’t get this CLASSIC HAWAIIAN MELE MUSIC anywhere else!!!  In this Podcast we also cover the TOP 20 REASONS why we are THANKFUL, BLESSED and LUCKY To Live In Hawaii this Holiday Season!…Stay warm out there and Mele Kalikimaka folks! See you all NEXT YEAR in 2017!!!

TOP 20 REASONS we are Thankful for the SEASON:

1.) IT’S ALWAYS SUNNY IN HAWAII

2.) THE WEATHER IS ALWAYS PERFECT OUT

3.) POKE

4.) SHAVE ICE

5.) MALASADA’S

6.) YOU NEVER HAVE TO DRESS UP

7.) NEVER BEING BORED IN HAWAII

8.) ALWAYS HAVING A NEW ADVENTURE

9.) HIKING IN HAWAII

10.) SWIMMING IN HAWAII  

11.) RAINBOWS, SUNRISES AND SUNSETS

12.) THE ALOHA SPIRIT  

13.) OHANA  

14.) STAYCATIONS

14.) TRADE WINDS

15.) HAWAIIAN FLORA & FAUNA

16.) KONA COFFEE and MACADAMIA NUTS

17.) WATERFALLS

18.) THE DIVERSE WILDLIFE  

19.) THE HAWAIIAN CULTURE

20.)  FOOD IN HAWAII

7 thoughts on “THE HAWAII CHRISTMAS MUSIC PODCAST (2016)

  1. First off Wicked Wayde doesn’t work for me! Please come up with a better nickname it sounds like you should be a witch or a magician. Also I used to live on Oahu about 15 years ago and have visited many times over the years since then and have seen the de-evolution. The destination of the future to live & vacation is Mexico. Look into Sayulita. I’m over watching the Hawaii downward spiral. There is no coming back from the destruction and over development. Mele Kalikimaka bitches!

  2. Happy Holidays Wayde and Bruce! Keeping with the theme of things to be thankful for, mahalo for your all you put into your podcast — your time, your passion for Hawaii, the music, the guests you bring on your show, and your giving back to the islands. And the f-bombs, jokes and busting on each other that gave me some badly needed laughs this year. I can’t thank you enough for helping us keep our dream of moving to Hawaii alive and for everything we have learned from listening to your shows. We are moving to Kauai in July and are so grateful for the opportunity to live in a place we love and want to become a part of and give back to. Thanks again guys – you have really made a difference in my life. Looking forward to getting to Oahu in the next year so we can do the jeep tour! Happy new year, and I hope it brings you both great things.

  3. Mele Kalikimaka to u both from Lahore Pakistan could u believe I am listening to your pod cast in ricksha (a small 3 wheel taxi) 7am in morning look for coffee in Lahore Pakistan I am here for 2 wheeks but can’t wait to go back

  4. Happy holiday fellas. Loved the music selection and the episode.
    I wanted to suggest a show idea: Buying a car in Hawaii. I imagine fewer dealerships, fewer makes/models, less negotiation room etc. with new cars and possible pitfalls of used cars bought there. Second biggest purchase for most folks. If you guys hate that idea at least bring Lanai Boy back on the show. That guy is always a great guest no matter the subject!

    Lee

  5. Hey guys – can you talk about the restroom vandalism problem on Oahu? I had no idea how bad it was. It sounds like a bunch have not just been smashed up but torched too. I have never heard about this happening on the neighbor islands – is this problem unique to Oahu? What’s going on?

  6. Can’t remember if it was this podcast or not but you mentioned the Scenic Hawaii Channel? Their videos (or at least I think a lot of them) are actually on YouTube on their Scenic Hawaii Channel 1001 YT Channel! https://www.youtube.com/user/ScenicHawaiiCh1000 They have particularly good aerial flyovers from Blue Hawaiian Helicopters.

    BTW, while it’s not at all a broad enough topic for an episode, can you recommend any resources on learning the Hawaiian language? That could be considered another way to bring a part of the islands home with you as well! It’s used fairly often on the show out of habit and it’s not as though you need to translate each time because the listeners somehow understand from either the context or its use in other popular media. We pretty much understand: mauka, makai, pau, ohana, ‘aina, ali’i, ‘aumakua, halau, hana, haole, hapa, heiau, honu, kapu, imu, kama’aina, keiki, kapuna, lolo, mahalo, malama, mele, menehune, etc. either via your use of it on the show or other media!

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