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In Hawaii, Hana Hou means to repeat; do again, so on this and every Wednesday (e.g. Hana Hou
Hump Day) you can link up at OntheItinerary.com to your post which includes a photo that you've taken in/of a place that you've already been to that you'd love to visit again, an activity you participated in during your travels that you'd love to do again, a landmark that you'd love to see again, etc.

This is a great way to discover new blogs, as well as get some travel inspiration!

Hope you join me in linking up!

Today my Hana Hou photo is of Shibuya Crossing.  I hope to go back to Japan soon!

http://www.ontheitinerary.com/2014/01/hana-hou-photo-day-shibuya-cr...

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