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That's what you are hearing at the moment is the tsunami warning. It's the second time that it sounded tonight. People across the islands in Hawaii have been told that the wave could hit in about 4 hours, just under 4 hours of 7 minutes comes 3 in the morning. It is now 11:15. And just gonna be quiet, there is police car with a loud hailer.

The police are saying all visitors of Waikiki area return to hotels. Return immediately to your hotel for instructions. This is not a drill listen to your radio and TV for instructions. So that's what the police are telling people on loud hailers on the streets, and you are looking at the picture of the road, outside my hotel, normally a quiet road that runs along a quiet canal and the back of Waikiki. But at 11:20, here at night, this is now turning into obviously an evacuation route for many people who are concerned.

We understand that on Oahu, which is the island that Honolulu sits, there are 30,000 people in unsafe areas, so they are being told to move half a mile inland. That leaves most of the million or so residents here in safe areas. To what you are talking about here in Waikiki, calling this a vertical evacuation. There are a lot of skyscrapers here, a lot of hotels that sit along the Pacific coast, a very beautiful part of the world. They are asking people who are below the third floor to move above the third floor and to listen to their radio and TV for instructions.

We've just been down to shops ourselves to get some water and some supplies, come back into the hotel. There are a lot of people out there, a lot of people talking about it., but also a lot of realism here. People in Hawaii are used to events like this. They are taught from an early age on how to cope with them, there are instructions in the front of the telephone directories here is to what to do when the tsunami siren sounds. I think really most people who are feeling a little jittery at the moment are probably tourists, and there are many hundreds of thousands of tourists who visit this part of the world every year. A lot of them of course are from Japan. There are a lot of Japanese people here, a very strong Japanese influence in the cuisine as well. Many of those of course jam in phone lines trying to find out news from home.

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loud-hailer: n.  a portable loudspeaker with built-in microphone and amplifier; bullhorn 手提式扩音器

vertical evacuation: evacuate in a vertical way 垂直疏散

jittery: adj. nervous 神经紧张

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本帖最后由 Dulcy 于 2011-3-14 12:31 编辑

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That's what you are hearing at the moment is the tsunami warning. It's the second time that it sounded tonight. People across the islands in Hawaii have been told that the wave could hit in about 4 hours, just under 4 hours of 7 minutes comes 3 in the morning. It is now a quater past 11. And just gonna be client this police car with a loud hailer.

The police are saying all visitors of Waikiki area return to hotels. Return immediately to your hotel for instructions. This is not a drail listen to your radio and TV for instructions. So that's what the police are telling people on loud hailers on the streets, and you are looking at the picture of the road, that side of my hotel, normally a quiet road that runs along a quiet canal and back of Waikiki. But at 20 past 11, here at night, this is now  turning into obviously an evacuaton route for many people who are concerned. We understand on Oahu, which is the island that Honolulu sits, there are 30,000 people in unsafe areas, so they are being told to move half a mile inland. That leaves most of a million or so residents in safe areas. To what you are talking about here in Waikiki, ...a vertical evacuation. There are a lot of skyscrapers here, a lot of hotels that sit along the Pacific coast, a very beautiful part of the world. They are asking people who are below the third floor to move above the third floor and to listen to their radio and TV or instructions. We've just been down to shops ourseves to get some water and some supplies, come back to the hotel. There are a lot of people out there, a lot pf people talking about it. But also a lot of realism here. People in Hawaii are used to events like this. They are taught from an early age on how to cope with them, there are instructions in the front of the telephone dial series to what to do when the tsunami siren sounds. I think really most people who are feeling a liitle... the moment are probably tourists, and there are many thousands of hundreds of tourists visit this part of the world every year. A lot of them of course are from Japan. There are a lot of Japanese people here, a very strong Japanese influence in the cuisine as well. Many of those of course call phone lines trying to find out news from home.
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That's what you are hearing at the moment is the tsunami warning. It's the second time that it sounded tonight. People that across the islands in Hawaii have been told that the wave could hit in about 4 hours, just under 4 hours of 7 minutes past 3 in the morning. It is now a quarter past 11. And just gonna be quiet, this police car with a loud-hailer.(扩音器)

The police are saying all visitors of Waikiki area return to hotels. Return immediately to your hotel for instructions. This is not a drill listen to your radio and TV for instructions. So that's what the police are telling people on loud-hailers on the streets, and you are looking at the picture of the road, outside of my hotel, normally a quiet road that runs along a quiet canal and back of Waikiki. But at 11:20, here at night, this is now  turning into obviously an evacuation route for many people who are concerned. We understand on *, which is the island that Honolulu sits, there are 30,000 people in unsafe areas, so they are being told to move half a mile inland. That leaves most of a million or so residents in safe areas. But what you are talking about here in Waikiki, calling this a  vertical evacuation. There are a lot of skyscrapers here, a lot of hotels that sit along the Pacific coast, a very beautiful part of the world. They are asking people who are below the third floor to move above the third floor and to listen to their radio and TV or instructions

. We've just been down to shelf ourselves to get some water and some supplies, come back to the hotel. There are a lot of people out there, a lot of people talking about it. But also a lot of realism here. People in Hawaii are used to events like this. They are taught from an early age on how to cope with them, there are instructions in the front of the telephone directory(电话薄) series to what to do when the tsunami siren sounds. I think really most people who are feeling a liitle* the moment are probably tourists, and there are many hundreds and  thousands of tourists visit this part of the world every year. A lot of them of course are from Japan. There are a lot of Japanese people here, a very strong Japanese influence in the cuisine as well. Many of those of course jamming  phone lines trying to find out news from home.
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That's what you are hearing at the moment is the tsunami warning. It's the second time that it sounded tonight. People across the islands in Hawaii have been told that the wave could hit in about 4 hours, just under 4 hours of 7 minutes comes 3 in the morning. It is now a quarter past 11. And just is gonna be crying is the police car with a loud hailer.

The police are saying all visitors of Waikiki area return to hotels. Return immediately to your hotel for instructions. This is not a drill, listen to your radio and TV for instructions. So that's what the police are telling people on loud hailers on the streets, and you are looking at the picture of the road outside of my hotel, normally a quiet road that runs along a quiet canal and back of Waikiki. But at 20 past 11, here at night, this is now turning into obviously an evacuation route for many people who are concerned. We understand *, which is the island that Honolulu sits. There are 30,000 people in unsafe areas who have been told to move half a mile inlands. That leaves most of a million or so residents here in safe areas. To what we are talking about here in Waikiki, a canal there, a vertical evacuation. There are a lot of skyscrapers here, a lot of hotels that sit along the Pacific coast, a very beautiful part of the world. They are asking people who are below the third floor to move above the third floor and to listen to their radio and TV or instructions. We've just been down to shops ourselves to get some water and some supplies, come back to the hotel. There are a lot of people out there, a lot of people talking about it. But also a lot of realism here. People in Hawaii are used to events like this. They are taught from an early age on how to cope with them, there are instructions in the front of the telephone directory here * to what to do when the tsunami siren sounds. I think really most people who are feeling a little * the moment are probably tourists, and there are many hundreds of thousands of tourists who visit this part of the world every year. A lot of them, of course, are from Japan. There are a lot of Japanese people here, a very strong Japanese influence in the cuisine as well. Many of those, of course, jam phone lines trying to find out news from home.
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本帖最后由 zhangcuicuijl 于 2011-3-14 14:29 编辑

That's what you are hearing at the moment is a tsunami warning.
It is the second time that it sounded tonight.
People live across the islands in Hawaii have been told that the wave could hit in about 4 hours, just under 4 hours,it was 7 minutes pass 3 in the morning, and now it is a quarter pass 11.
I am just going to be quiet for this police car with a loud hailer.
The police are saying all visitors of the Waikiki area return to your hotels,return immediately to the hotel for instructions,this is not a drill, listen to your radio and TV for instructions,so that is what the police are telling people on loud hailers on the Streets.
And you are looking at the pictures of the road outside my hotel.
Normally a quiet road that runs along a quiet canal in the back of Waikiki, but at 11:20 here at night,this is now turning into obviously an evacuation route for many people who are concerned.
We understand that, Oahu ,which is the island that Honolulu sits, there are 30000 people in unsafe areas are being told to move half a mile inland that lives most of the million or so residents here in safe areas.
But what they are talking about here in Waikiki ,? a vertical evacuation, there are a lot of skyscrapers here, a lot of hotels that sit along the pacific coast, a very beautiful part of the world, they are asking people who are below the third floor to move above the third floor, and to listen to their radio and TV for instructions.
We were just being down to shops ourselves to get some water and some supplies,and come back to the hotels, there are a lot of people out there,a lot of people talking about it,but also a lot of realism here.
People in Hawaii are used to events like this, they are taught from an earlier age on how to cope with them.
There are instructions in the front of Telephone dial series here , which to what to do when the tsunami siren sounds.
I think really most people who are feeling a little ? at the moment are probably tourists,and there are many hundreds and thousands of tourists to visit this part of the world every year,a lot of them of course are from Japan, there are a lot of Japanese people here with very strong Japanese influence in the cuisine as well, many of those of course jamming phone lines trying to find out news from home.

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That's what you are hearing at the moment is the tsunami warning. It's the second time that it sounded tonight. People across the islands in Hawaii have been told that the wave could hit in about 4 hours, just under 4 hours of 7 minutes comes 3 in the morning. It is now a quarter past 11. And just gonna be client this police car with a loud-hailer.

The police are saying all visitors of Waikiki area returned to hotels. Return immediately to your hotel for instructions. This is not a drill listen to your radio and TV for instructions. So that's what the police are telling people on loud-hailers on the streets, and you are looking at the picture of the road that side of my hotel, normally a quiet road that runs along a quiet canal and back of Waikiki. But at 20 past 11, here at night, this is now turning into obviously an evacuation route for many people who are concerned. We understand that on Oahu, which is the island that Honolulu sits, there are 30,000 people in unsafe areas, so they are being told to move half a mile inland. That leaves most of a million or so residents in safe areas. But what you are talking about here in Waikiki, calling this a vertical evacuation. There are a lot of skyscrapers here, a lot of hotels that sit along the Pacific coast, very beautiful part of the world. They are asking people who are below the third floor to move above the third floor and to listen to their radio and TV for instructions. We are just being down to shop ourselves to get some water and some supplies, come back to the hotel. There are a lot of people out there, a lot of people talking about it. But also a lot of realism here. People in Hawaii are used to events like this. They are taught from an early age on how to cope with them, there are instructions in the front of the telephone directory series to what to do when the tsunami siren sounds. I think really most people who are feeling a little... the moment are probably tourists, and there are many hundreds of thousands of tourists visit this part of the world every year. A lot of them of course are from Japan. There are lots of Japanese people here, a very strong Japanese influence in the cuisine as well. Many of those, of cause, call jamming phone lines trying to find out news from home.

[Homework]2011-03-14 夏威夷-海啸下个受害者?

That's what you are hearing at the moment is Tsunami warning, it's the second time that has sounded tonight. People across this island have been told that the wave could hit in about 4 hours just under 4 hours, that's 7 minutes past 3 in the morning.The police are saying all visitors of Waikiki area should return to your hotels, return immediately to your hotels for instructions. This is not a joke,listen to your radio and TV for instructions. This is what police try to tell people on loud hailers on the street. And you are looing at the picture of the road outside my hotel, normally a quite road that runs along the canal at the back of Waikiki,but at 20 past 11 here at night. This is now turning into obviously an evacuation route for many people who are concerned. We understand  that on ..., which is the island of Honolulu city, there are 30,000 people in unsafe areas, so they are been told to move half a mile inland. That includes most of the million or so residences in safe areas but what we are talking here in Hawaii to ... in verticle evacuation. There are a lot of skyscripts here, there are a lot of hotels that sit along the coast very beautiful part of the world. They are asking people who are below the 3rd floor and to listen to their radio and TV for instructions. We just been down to shop ourselves to get some water and supplies when we get back to hotel there are alot of people out there, alot of people talking about it. But also a lot of realism here. People in Hawaii are used to events like this, they are told from early age on how to cope with them. There are instructions in front of the telephone  to what to do when the Tsunami siren sounds. I think really most people who are feeling a little ... at the moment are probably tourists. There are many hundreds, thousands tourists who visit this part of the world  every year. A lot of them of cause are from Japan. There are alot of Japanese here with very strong Japanese influence in the cuisine as well. Many of those of cause jamming phone line trying to find out news from home.   
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That's what you are hearing at the moment is the tsunami warning. It's the second time that it sounded tonight. People across the islands in Hawaii have been told that the wave could hit in about 4 hours, just under 4 hours of 7 minutes comes 3 in the morning. It is now a 11:15. And just gonna be client this police car with a loud hailer.

The police are saying all visitors of Waikiki area return to hotels. Return immediately to your hotel for instructions. This is not a drail listen to your radio and TV for instructions. So that's what the police are telling people on loud hailers on the streets, and you are looking at the picture of the road,
outside my hotel, normally a quiet road that runs along a quiet canal and the back of Waikiki. But at 11:20, here at night, this is now  turning into obviously an evacuation route for many people who are concerned. We understand that on Oahu, which is the island that Honolulu sits, there are 30,000 people in unsafe areas, so they are being told to move half a mile inland. That leaves most of the million or so residents in safe areas. To what you are talking about here in Waikiki, calling this a vertical evacuation. There are a lot of skyscrapers here, a lot of hotels that sit along the Pacific coast, a very beautiful part of the world. They are asking people who are below the third floor to move above the third floor and to listen to their radio and TV for instructions. We've just been down to shops ourselves to get some water and some supplies, come back into the hotel. There are a lot of people out there, a lot pf people talking about it. But also a lot of realism here. People in Hawaii are used to events like this. They are taught from an early age on how to cope with them, there are instructions in the front of the telephone dial series to what to do when the tsunami siren sounds. I think really most people who are feeling a little... at the moment are probably tourists, and there are many hundreds of thousands of tourists visit this part of the world every year. A lot of them of course are from Japan. There are a lot of Japanese people here, a very strong Japanese influence in the cuisine as well. Many of those of course jamming phone lines trying to find out news from home.
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That's right. What you are hearing at the moment is a Tsunami warning. It's the second time that it sounded tonight. People across the islands in Hawaii have been told that the wave, could hit in about four hours. Just after four hours, seven minutes past three in the morning. It is now a quarter past eleven. I’m just gonna be quiet. There is a police car with a loud hailer.
The police are saying all visitors in Waikiki area return to your hotels. Return immediately to your hotel for instructions. This is not a drill. Listen to your radio and TV for instructions. So that's what the police are telling people on loud hailers on the streets. And you're looking at the picture of the road outside my hotel. Normally a quiet road that runs along the quiet canal at the back of Waikiki, but at twenty past eleven here at night. This is now turning into obviously an evacuation route for many people who are concerned. We understand that there are * which is the island that Honolulu sits. There are 30,000 people in unsafe area have been told to move half a mile inland. And that leaves most of the million or so residency in safe areas. But what they are talking about here in Waikiki  according to them is a vertical evacuation. There are a lot of skyscrapers here, there are a lot of hotels that sit along there, the Pacific coast, a very beautiful part of the world. They are asking people who are below the third floor to move above the third floor and listen to their radio and TV for instructions.
We've just been down to shops ourselves to get some water and some supplies and come back to the hotel. There are a lot of people out there, a lot of people talking about it, but also a lot of realism here. People in Hawaii are used to events like this. They are taught from their early age, how to cope with them. There are instructions in the front of telephone, directory is here. There is to what to do, when the Tsunami siren sounds. I think really most people who are feeling a little * at the moment, they are probably tourists. There are many hundreds of thousands of tourists visit this part or the world every year. A lot of them, of course from Japan. There are a lot of Japanese people here. There are very strong Japanese influence in the cuisine as well. Many of those of course jamming phone lines trying to find out news from home.


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That’s right. What you are hearing is the tsunami warning. It is the second time that it is sounded tonight. People cross the islands in Hawaii until that the wave could hit in about 4 hours, just under 4 hours and 7 minutes comes 3 in the morning. It is now a quarter past 11. this is gonna be quiet on the police car with a loud hailer. The police are saying all visitors on the way keep your area and return to your hotels, return immediately to your hotel for instructions. This is not a drill. Listen to your radio and TV for instructions. So that’s what the police telling people on loud hailer on the street. And you are looking at the picture of the road outside my hotel, normally a quiet road that runs around a quiet canal and back of Ykeykey. But at 20 past 11 here at night, this is now turning into obviously an evacuation route for many people who are concerned. We understand that on the Yahoo, which is the island that // There are 30,000 people in unsafe area who’ve been told to move half a mile inlands, that leaves most of millions or so residents in safe areas. What they are talking about here in Ykeykey // is a vertical evacuation. There are a lot of skyscrapers here, a lot of hotels that sit along the Pacific coast, a beautiful part of the world. They are asking people who are below the third floor to move above the third floor and to listen to their radio and TV for instructions. We’ve just being down to shops ourselves, to get some water and some supplies, and come back to the hotel. There are a lot of people out there, a lot of people talking about that. Also a lot of realism here. People in Hawaii are used to events like this, they are told from early age of child to cope with them. There are instructions in the front of telephone, directions here aims to what to do when the tsunami siren sounds. I think really most people who are feeling a little // at the moment, probably tourists. There are many hundreds of thousands of tourists who visit this part of the world every year. A lot of them, of course, from Japan and there are a lot of Japanese people here with very strong Japanese influence in the cuisine as well. Many of those, of course, jam in phone line try to find out news from home.
That what we hearing at the moment is the tsunami warning.It's the second time that it sounded tonight.People across the island in hawayi have been told that the wave could hit about 4 hours,that's 7 minutes past 3 in the morning. It is now a 11:15. And just gonna be client this police car with a loud-hailer. The police are saying all visitors of wakiki area return to your hotels.Return immediatelly to your hotel for instructions. this is not a drill listen to your radio and Tv for instruction.That what the police try to telling people on loud hailers on the street.And you are looking at the picture of the road outside my hotel,normally a quite road that runs alone a quite canal at the back of Wakiki, but at 11:20, here at night this is now turning into obviously an evacuation route for many people who are concerned. We understand that on Oahu, which is the land sits, there are 30,000 people in unsafe areas,so they are being told to move half a mile inland, that leaves most of the million or so residents here in safe areas. To what you are talking here in Wakiki,Calling this a vertical evacuation.There are a lot of skyscraper here, a lot of hotels and sit alone the Pacific coast, very beautiful part of the world,they are asking people who are below the third floor to move above the third floor and list.We just been down to shops ourselves to get some water and some supplies, come back into the hotel.There are a lot of people out there, a lot of people talking about it.But also lot of realism here.People in HAwayi are used to events like this, they are taught from their early age, how to cope with them, there are instruction in the front of telephone ,directory is here. There is to what to doA lot of them, of course from Japan. There are a lot of Japanese people here. There are very strong Japanese influence in the cuisine as well. Many of those of course jamming phone lines trying to find out news from home.
That's what you are hearing at the moment is a tsunami warning.
It is the second time that it sounded tonight.
People live across the islands in Hawaii have been told that the wave could hit in about 4 hours, just under 4 hours,it was 7 minutes pass 3 in the morning, and now it is a quarter pass 11.
I am just going to be quiet for this police car with a loud hailer.
The police are saying all visitors of the Waikiki area return to your hotels,return immediately to the hotel for instructions,this is not a drill, listen to your radio and TV for instructions,so that is what the police are telling people on loud hailers on the Streets.
And you are looking at the pictures of the road outside my hotel.
Normally a quiet road that runs along a quiet canal in the back of Waikiki, but at 11:20 here at night,this is now turning into obviously an evacuation route for many people who are concerned.
We understand that, Oahu ,which is the island that Honolulu sits, there are 30000 people in unsafe areas are being told to move half a mile inland that lives most of the million or so residents here in safe areas.
But what they are talking about here in Waikiki ,? a vertical evacuation, there are a lot of skyscrapers here, a lot of hotels that sit along the pacific coast, a very beautiful part of the world, they are asking people who are below the third floor to move above the third floor, and to listen to their radio and TV for instructions.
We were just being down to shops ourselves to get some water and some supplies,and come back to the hotels, there are a lot of people out there,a lot of people talking about it,but also a lot of realism here.
People in Hawaii are used to events like this, they are taught from an earlier age on how to cope with them.
There are instructions in the front of Telephone dial series here , which to what to do when the tsunami siren sounds.
I think really most people who are feeling a little ? at the moment are probably tourists,and there are many hundreds and thousands of tourists to visit this part of the world every year,a lot of them of course are from Japan, there are a lot of Japanese people here with very strong Japanese influence in the cuisine as well, many of those of course jamming phone lines trying to find out news from home.
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That's why what you hearing in the moment is a tsunami warning.It's the second time that it sounded tonight.People live across the islands in Hawaii be told that cold wave could hit in about four hours,Just under four hours at 7minutes past three in the morning.It is now 14 past eleven. And just gona be quiet. That's a plice car with a loud hailer.

The police is saying all visiters to the YKK area return to your hotels, return immediately to your hotel for instructions.This is not a drill Listen to your radio and TV for the instructions.So that's what the police telling people on loud hailers on the streets.Looking at the picture of the road outside my hotel.Normally a quite road runs along a quiet canal and back of YKK.

But twenty past eleven,here at night,this is now turning into obviously evacuation for many people who are concerned.We understand on the Irahu, which is the Island that Honolulu sits, there are thirty thousand people in unsafe area so they are being told to move half a mile in lands that leads most of the million also residents here in safe areas. What wr are talking about here in YKK, calling this is vertical evacuation. there are lot of skyscrapers here and lot of hotels, sit along the Percific coast, very beautiful part of the world. They are asking people who are below the third floor to move above the thrid floor.And to listen to that radio and TV for instructions.

We just being down to shop ourselves to get some water and some suppliers and come back to the hotel, there are lot of people out there , lot of people talking about it. But also there are lot of realism here. People in Hawaii are used to events like this.They are taught from  an early age on how to cope with them.There are instructions from the telephone directoty series to what to do when the tsunami siren sounds.I think really most of people who are feeling little jatril in the moment,properly tourists , there are many hundreds and thousands of tourists who visit this part of the world every year,lot of , of course, from Japan, there are lot of Japanese people here with very strong Japanese influences in the cusy as well.Many of those have cause jamming phone line trying to find out news from home.

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That's it. What you are hearing at the moment is the Tsunami warning. It is the second time that it is sounded tonight. People across the island Hawaii has been told that the wave should hit in about four hours, just about four hours, 7 minutes past three in the morning. It is now a quarter past 11. I'm just gonna be quiet this police guard with a louder...
The police are saying all visitors should keep away from this area and return to hotels. Return immediately to your hotel for instructions. This is not a drill...Listen to your radio or TV for instructions.  So that's all the police are telling people on loud ...on the streets and you are looking at the picture of the road outside my hotel, normally a quiet road that runs along a quiet canal  and the back of Wakiki.But it's 20 past 11 here at night. This is now turning obviously into an evacuation route for many people who are concerned.
We understand that on WANULAHU which is the island Honolulu sits, there are 30,000 people in unsafe areas who've been told half a mile inland. That leaves most of the million also residence here in safe areas. What they are talking about here in WAKIKI is called as an vertical evacuation. There are a lot of skyscapers here; a lot of hotels that sit along the Pacific coast, a very beautiful part of the world. They are asking people who are below the 3rd floor to move above the third floor and listen to their radio and TV for instructions.
We've just been down to shops ourselves to get some water and some supplies and come back to our hotels. A lot of people out there, a lot of people talking about it,but also a lot of realism here. People in Hawaii are used to events like this; they talk from earlier chat to cope with them and their instructions in front of telephone directory here reads to what to do when the Tsunami saren sound. I think really most people who are feeling ...are probably tourists. There are many, hundreds of thousands of tourists visiting this part of the world every year. A lot of them of course are from Japan; there are a lot of Japanese people here; there is strong Japanese influence in the ...as well Many of them of course are joining phone lines to find out news from home.

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That's why what you’re hearing at the moment is a tsunami warning.It's the second time that it sounded tonight.People live across the islands in Hawaii have been told that cold wave could hit in about four hours,Just under four hours at 7minutes past three in the morning.It is now 15 past eleven. And just gona be quiet. That's a police car with a loud hailer.

The police is saying all visiters to the Wakiki area return to your hotels, return immediately to your hotel for instructions.This is not a drill Listen to your radio and TV for the instructions.So that's what the police telling people on loud hailers on the streets.Looking at the picture of the road outside my hotel.Normally a quite road runs along a quiet canal in the back of Wakiki.

But at twenty past eleven,here at night,this is now turning into obviously evacuation route for many people who are concerned.We understand that on Oahu, which is the Island that Honolulu sits, there are thirty thousand people in unsafe area so they are being told to move half a mile inlands that leads most of the million also residents here in safe areas. What they are talking about here in         Wakiki, calling this a vertical evacuation. there are lot of skyscrapers here and lot of hotels that sit along the Pacific coast, very beautiful part of the world. They are asking people who are below the third floor to move above the thrid floor.And to listen to their radio and TV for instructions.

We just being down to shop ourselves to get some water and some suppliers and come back to the hotel, there are lot of people out there , lot of people talking about it. But also there are lot of realism here. People in Hawaii are used to events like this.They are taught from  an early age chance to cope with them.Their instructions in the front of  the telephone directory series to what to do when the tsunami siren sounds.I think really most of people who are feeling little jetray at the moment,properly tourists , there are many hundreds and thousands of tourists who visit this part of the world every year,lots of them , of course, from Japan, there are lot of Japanese people here with very strong Japanese influences in the cuisine as well.Many of those have cause jamming phone line trying to find out news from home.
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