Tiki Story is a unique Tiki blog where we put you directly in contact with master carvers. Our expert Tiki blog writers brings you daily news on Tiki projects, new home decor ideas and simply what's up here on the islands!
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"Tiki Story" - The Ultimate Tiki Blog For Tiki Lovers
Aloha and Welcome to "Tiki Story" where Tikis and People Meet! Tiki Story was designed as a easy-to-use Tiki Blog for the Tiki lovers. From Tiki restaurant, to Tiki carving of all sorts (Tiki masks, Tiki totems, Tropical decor, Bamboo and Thatch products)...we cover every area to enhance your tropical lifestyle.
Aloha and welcome to my Tiki blog! After years of carving, I feel the need to share my experience and expertise with the world! My specialty is Tiki carving but I also carve Hawaiian canoes, Waka canoes, Tiki masks, Tiki totems and more. Some of my signature project reside at the Holokai restaurant in Waikiki.