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Welcome to my blog, “musings on living aloha….” chronicling the life & times of a local boy growing up & growing old in Honolulu.

Bio
Alan Tamayose is an Education Technology Specialist at the Kamehameha Schools. Previously, he was a teacher with the Hawai’i State Department of Education. Alan currently attends Inspire Church and is a volunteer with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Honolulu. He has a BA and a PD from the University of Hawai’i.

Blurb
Aloha! My friends call me Al. Jesus is my Lord & Savior. I love to travel. I hope to surf more. I’m an aspiring singer-songwriter. I’m a sports enthusiast, foodie, moviegoer, blogger, and lifelong learner. I sponsor a child through Compassion International. My dream is to change the world….

Website: http://alantamayose.com/

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7 Comments leave one →
  1. John Morisako permalink
    February 13, 2008 12:22 am

    Hey, Cuz;

    I like your blog !! Nice job ! It really does tell alot about yourself ! You are living a “Great” life… and I’m happy for you ! Ya just need to get married… whether in Hawaii or Italy ! Just remember, the Yankees have Spring Training in Tampa, so come and visit and we’ll get up close and personal with Derek Jeter !

    New news on your cousin Sara V…. she is going on tour with Avril LaVigne !!! a world tour !!

    The Morisako family is doing Super and sends our love !

    Take care cuz !! Keep us informed !

  2. Karen Moberg permalink
    February 18, 2008 1:18 pm

    Hi Alan!

    Wow, this is great – feeling the Hawaiian sunshine–whenever I shovel great mounds of snow I think about musubi and haupia. Come visit us in Rochester ok.

  3. Marsha permalink
    June 9, 2008 7:10 pm

    Aloha Alan….

    I attended your workshop, Intro to Web 2.0 today and found yours to be the BEST and best for me! 🙂 Yea, I’m not kidding. You were witty, humble (really appreciate that) and informative!!! You were also able to make MANY new computers terms FINALLY make sense to me, even come alive and actually empower me to try them all. I rushed home to get started. I am still a bit confused by some of the web site URL’s I frantically tried to write down as you mentioned them. Is there a list of ones you recommended? Such as the NING one.. now that’s for me… one stop shopping!!! Now I can hopefully “wiki” with the best of them. Hope to stay in touch with you if I have questions? Can? MAHALO NUI LOA> Marsha from Hanahau`oli School

  4. September 2, 2013 4:55 am

    Aloha! I’ve been looking for some Hawaiian blogs/bloggers so I can get a peak of Hawaii from way over on the East Coast of the mainland. I went to Oahu and Maui seven years ago and left my heart there. No plans in my near future to travel to HI, but not a day goes by that i don’t dream about it! Thanks for sharing your aloha! I look forward to following your blog and learning/seeing more!

    • alantamayose permalink*
      September 2, 2013 12:47 pm

      thank you so much.

  5. March 28, 2014 9:48 pm

    Alan, you’re so funny. I love the selfies especially the one at the eiffeltower in Paris! 🙂 Too bad it was so cloudy that day!

    • alantamayose permalink*
      March 28, 2014 10:05 pm

      thnx so much….

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