Tsunami Advisory Issued for Hawaii


WELLINGTON, NEW ZEALAND- A tsunami advisory is now in effect following a volcanic eruption in Tonga on Saturday. Although the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center says they’re not expecting a tsunami, they still warn against an earthquake. But waves were slamming ashore the sea levels; thus experiencing a volcano eruption in Hanalei; causing people to rush to shore levels.

Tsunami Warnings

The Islands Business news site reported that a convoy of police and military evacuated King Tupou VI of Tonga from his palace near the shore. He was one of many residents heading for the higher ground. However there are no injuries reported; thankfully. Believe it or not; during this time, and shortly after, the islanders had no communication.

As well as that, another alert was triggered in Fiji and American Samoa; where waves of almost a meter high were spotted in the capital Pago Pago. However; the alert was later lifted in Samoa.

Tonda island

Nonetheless, a video showing massive waves in Tonga island went viral engulfing nearby homes and buildings. The video was posted by a Twitter user identified as Dr Faka’iloatonga Taumoefolau.

“Can literally hear volcano erupting; pretty violent sounds,” he wrote, adding in a later post, “Ash and tiny pebbles raining; darkness blanketing the sky.”


Reports of damages in Tonga were limited; as internet connection was lost at 6:40 p.m. local time; according to the Associated Press.

Nonetheless, California was hit with a flood due to the aftermath of the volcanic eruption.

Moreover, the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services warned that the “massive volcanic eruption” could result in “strong wave activity for 24 hours; and possible damage to boats, harbors; beaches and other critical infrastructure.”

The National Weather Service’s San Francisco office issued a tsunami advisory to include most of the Bay Area; and all of the coastline in the area; plus some inland areas as far as Napa.

Airbnb Is Renting Once In A Lifetime Barbie Dream House — Shoot Your Shot If You’re A Barbie Lover


Yup!! That’s right. Gas up the Pink Corvette to crash for a couple days at The Barbie Malibu Dreamhouse in Malibu, California. Is it every girls dream or nah? I’m sure we’ve all had one…or a million. It was definitely a time when parents were fighting each other at Christmas time in the department stores over Barbie. It was every girls fantasy to ride in that hot pink Barbie car or walk around with giddy in the one of the many rooms in that dream house, with all the little many pieces.Well….Airbnb is making that come true for some lucky mofo. Airbnb is celebrating Barbies 60th anniversary by renting out the house. The lucky fan will have the chance to rent out the house for a 2 night stay (Sunday October 27- Tuesday October 29) for $60 per night. Not bad huh….

Not sure if Ken will be there or not. 

But the rule is that you can only bring three friends along. It’s an intoxicating experience for a fan, I’m sure. Panoramic ocean views and glamours decor bring the $150-$200 plus toy to your childhood to life.

The over the top Mansion is decked out from head to toe in Barbie fashions and accessories. Located in the heart of Malibu, it over looks the Pacific Ocean.In addition to two bedrooms and two bathrooms, the house comes with a movie theater, sports court, meditation area, hobby studio, infinity pool, and fully stocked kitchen.Booking opens at 11 am on October 23rd. To add to the celebration of Mattel greatest investions’ anniversary, Air bnb is making a donation to one of the charities involved in The Barbie Dream Gap Project on the renters behalf. How awesome. It’s always good to give back when you can. Sometimes you may want to and can’t, so this is a really nice gesture. This may be the gift the keeps on giving.Either way, you win because there will be some inspirational women on site to teach guests special skills, in addition of course to the ammenities in and outside of the home. They will have Ibtihaj Muhammad, a world-class fencing champion offering one on one fencing lessons: Jill Myers, a pilot and aerospace engineer, will give a tour of the Columbia Memorial Space Center; and Chef Gina Clarke-Helm, founder of Malibu Seaside Chef, will cook farm-fresh food and five a hands-on cooking lesson.Additionally, celebrity hairstylist Jen Atkin will provide makeovers so guests can resemble Barbie.