About Chris O
Lives in London
Since Aug 2007
Hi. I’m Chris, an American freelance creative living in London. I keep busy working as a blogger, photojournalist, community manager, consultant, curator and more. The opportunities and challenges keep getting bigger, better and more meaningful for me every year! I’m having so much fun. Favorite destinations are many and my list of must-see places to visit seems to get longer the more I travel! I’m a huge fan of Lisbon, Istanbul and Queenstown – to name but a few preferred repeat locations. I also love heading back to the States every chance I find and cannot get enough of the Deep South – Texas, Louisiana, Georgia, Florida, Tennessee and the Carolinas – and Hawaii holds a particularly special place in my heart as well. And even though I’ve been based in London for years, it and the whole of Britain still yield myriad wonders for me.
, Flea & Street Markets
, Shopping Malls
Flea & Street Markets
Gift & Speciality Shops
Gift & Speciality Shops
Just 20 minutes away from Waikiki, Hawaii’s largest open air flea market is a fun place to search for island treasures and hunt for bargains.
A premiere shopping destination not just for Hawaii but the world, this buzzing mall has more than 260 shops and restaurants. With its open-air setting replete with plants, landscaping and koi ponds, the atmosphere ensures you’ll remember Honolulu among other things, for its amazing opportunities to shop.
Visit this outdoor art market with an ocean view for quirky and affordable creations crafted by local artists.
Founded in 1980, Bailey's is home to the world's largest selection of aloha shirts (more than 15,000). There’s a great selection of Hawaiian collectibles here as well.
To discover the distinctive history, arts and culture of the Hawaiian people, there is no better place to visit than the Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum – the designated State Museum of Natural and Cultural History for Hawaii. It’s also a fantastic place for distinctive island-style retail therapy with some of the best and highest quality souvenirs, crafts and cultural items available in the Islands.
Go on, give in to the kitsch and the cravings to buy every tacky Hawaiian souvenir imaginable!
With its rich, fertile soil and diverse blend of cultures, Hawaii is one of the most delicious places in the world. Have a taste of what’s freshest and best at this friendly Farmer’s Market.
Come to Tin Can Mailman to browse the thousands upon thousands of Hawaiian related ephemera, postcards, books, pin-up girls and more.