In Hawaii, the locals speak a "creole English" known as pidgin, a mixture of all the ethnic groups' languages, English, and Hawaiian. If you're "going holoholo," it means you're going galivanting -- shopping, out and about, etc. Basically it's a very non-specific way of answering the question, "Where you going?" "Holoholo."
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