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Hanalei, Big Save Markets, West Area
Hawaii

I didn't expect to find small shops with island flair anchored by a Big Save. But here in Hanalei Bay that's what they have. Lots of interesting finds here with casual island decor. Reggae melodies waft on the breeze as shopkeeps full of character ply their wares.

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Uploaded: 08/07/2011
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