Green Bananas (The Life and Times of a Hawaiian Tiki Bar Book 4) Everett Peacock

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Published: August 26th 2015

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141 pages


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Green Bananas (The Life and Times of a Hawaiian Tiki Bar Book 4)  by  Everett Peacock

Green Bananas (The Life and Times of a Hawaiian Tiki Bar Book 4) by Everett Peacock
August 26th 2015 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 141 pages | ISBN: | 4.65 Mb

BOOK #4 in the SERIES!Tiwaka, fresh from freeing the Waikiki sidewalk parrots, is leading a fish spotting flight school on Maui.The bartenders astronaut brother is in town for the opening of the Lahaina Tiwakas Tiki Bar & Grill, and hes aMoreBOOK #4 in the SERIES!Tiwaka, fresh from freeing the Waikiki sidewalk parrots, is leading a fish spotting flight school on Maui.The bartenders astronaut brother is in town for the opening of the Lahaina Tiwakas Tiki Bar & Grill, and hes a little overwhelmed.

The usual suspects are coloring the bar with as much color as those tropical Hawaiian sunsets.* More importantly, the secret to Tiwakas ability to eat chocolate is revealed! (normal parrots find it poisonous)EXCERPT:Opening week at Tiwakas Tiki Bar & Grill had been a resounding success. Picking January to open had been a great idea, plenty of tourists and our famously dry and sunny weather here on the planets most accommodating island.But, there were risks associated with January.The days were shorter, and, therefore, the nights were longer.

It wasnt an extreme dichotomy like you would find in Alberta or Anchorage, but that three and a half hour difference in daylight had a distinct effect on the local labor force.Tropical folks didnt mind working when the sun was up, but watch out when it went down, or even got close to that shimmering horizon. It was like a heavy gravitational syrup moved into their veins. Things slowed down. Way down. Less productivity.Added to this was the fact that January was the month we received our seasonal blessings from the north. Big waves. Every young man and woman who could swim, hold their breath for a full two minutes underwater when necessary and had the courage to do so were challenging their friends, themselves and nature itself.

God bless em, but that cut into productivity as well.Finally, and most folks would find this observation ludicrous, but it could get cold here. Yes, I said that nasty four letter word. That particular four letter word, of all the four letter words in English that were commonly heard in Lahaina, that was rarely uttered.

C.O.L.D.The same storm would soon slam into the Canadian west coast with several feet of snow had a wispy little tail that had crossed the channel between Molokai and Honolulu during the night and continued across Maui at dawn. People were seen physically shaking all over town.

It was so cold....HOW COLD WAS IT?It was so cold I would have worn two pairs of socks if I owned more than one.Fortunately, I was keeping warmer than most since I was hauling into the bar one of Pas record setting Haiku banana stalks.

It had to be over a hundred pounds. Of course, it was heavier than it should have been....Tiwaka was perched on the top as I struggled to get it hung on the hook next to the vodka.



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