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5 Places President Barack Obama was Spotted Hanging with the Locals in 2016

The coolest part of President Obama being in town is the high chance of running into him and, if you’re lucky, maybe even taking a selfie with him. Here are a few places where people have run into him during his current trip to Hawai‘i.


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1. Alan Wong’s Honolulu

Obama has been dining here since he was a U.S. senator.
 

 
 

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2. Island Snow

The Kailua shave ice shop has been an Obama family favorite for years, and even sells T-shirts with “Obama Kailua” on them.
 

 

 

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3. Marine Corps. Base Hawai‘i

The president and the first lady stopped by MCBH on Christmas Day to thank the troops for their service. 
 

 

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4. Semper Fit Center

Obama could be frequently found working out at the Marine Corps. gym. 
 

 

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4. USS Arizona Memorial 

In a historic visit, President Barack Obama and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzō Abe jointly paid their respects to the war dead at the USS Arizona Memorial in Pearl Harbor on Tuesday, Dec. 27.
 

 

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SEE ALSO: President Obama, Japan Prime Minister Abe Make Historic Appearance at Pearl Harbor

 

5. And, of course, on the golf course 

He was spotted at the Kāneʻohe Klipper Golf Course, Kapolei Golf Course and Mid-Pacific Country Club.
 

 

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See him anywhere else? Tag us on Instagram with #ObamainHonolulu for a chance to be featured! 

 

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