Honolulu City Council's Bill 44 includes for its foundation: "Sitting or lying down on the sidewalk is not the intended or customary use of public sidewalks." You don't need to be in Hawaii three weeks to know that's not true.
Peering out from behind my giant sunglasses, I kept an eye out for celebrities. But the success of my celebrity hunting remains my secret, because what happens at the Kahala stays at the Kahala -- until now.
During King Kam's glorious reign, and for centuries before him, Hawaiian royalty spent much of their time at the bay they called Kalahuipua'a, now known as Mauna Lani Bay, on the Big Island's Kohala Coast.