Robson and Craig pose for the camera; Rob is showing the shaka - a simple way to remind locals and visitors of the way people look out for each other on the islands and strive to spread aloha day in and day out, in keeping with the Hawaiian principle, - take care of one, take care of all.
If you’re new to the islands, don’t be shy about throwing up shakas, just make sure you’ve got the hand gesture down first!
To send a shaka: make a fist with either hand. Extend the thumb and pinky while keeping the middle fingers curled under. Face your thumb and pinky away from your body and draw an invisible “j” in the air. Give your shaka a shake and you’re communicating Hawaiian-style!