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    Talk Story with Travel Writer Dana Rebmann

    Talk Story with Travel Writer Dana Rebmann

    Posted on October 8, 2014

    In our second Talk Story feature, we sit down with travel writer Dana Rebmann to chat about her recent family adventure in Hawaii. A mother of two well-traveled teenagers, Dana is passionate about exploring the world with her family and has seen an amazing number of places via plane, train, and automobile, and now—with her [...]

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    Taking Hawaii Vacations to New Heights

    Taking Hawaii Vacations to New Heights

    Posted on September 30, 2014

    One might argue that Hawaii is becoming a zipline adventurer’s mecca with breathtaking courses on four of the major Hawaiian Islands – Kauai, Oahu, Maui, and Hawaii Island. Whether you’re seeking the thrills or the sights (or maybe you just need a break from the beach) it is worthwhile to incorporate this riveting activity into [...]

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    Unique Hawaii Experiences: Upcoming Festivals & Events

    Unique Hawaii Experiences: Upcoming Festivals & Events

    Posted on August 21, 2014

    Family fun. Live Hawaiian music and hula. Tasty food. Those who have experienced one of Hawaii’s cultural and culinary festivals can relate to the many reasons why these one-of-a-kind events attract travelers from around the globe. If you’re looking for a unique experience that allows you to connect with Hawaii’s local community, check out the [...]

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    Cultural Travel To Kauai Through Taro

    Cultural Travel To Kauai Through Taro

    Posted on July 24, 2014

    -by Heidi Siefkas I say potato, you say patato. I say tomato, you say tamato. I say taro, whereas in Kauai, many will say kalo. Regardless of how you say it, on your travels to Kauai, you will no doubt come across taro in one of its numerous forms whether eating poi at a luau [...]

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    7 Reasons Why Hiking In Hawaii is Awesome

    7 Reasons Why Hiking In Hawaii is Awesome

    Posted on June 25, 2014

    -by Coty Gonzales If you enjoy the outdoors, then Hawaii is an exceptional place to live. Many say that Hawaii has some of the most beautiful beaches and best waves in the world. However, if you look mauka, or towards the mountains, you’ll also notice her beautiful valleys and ridges. Comprised of volcanic rock, Hawaii’s [...]

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    Growing Cacao in Hawaii

    Growing Cacao in Hawaii

    Posted on June 17, 2014

    Did you know that Hawaii is the only place in the United States with a commercial cacao production? In the below post, chocolate lover Doreen Pendgracs shares what she learned while visiting cocoa farms and plantations around Oahu. Growing cocoa on American soil Usually, the growing of cacao (cocoa) has been limited to a belt [...]

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    Kauai From Above

    Kauai From Above

    Posted on June 10, 2014

    -by Sherry Ott Being on the ground hiking and beach-combing in Kauai is great – but nothing beats taking to the air to see this lush island in it’s entirety. I flew doors off with Jack Harter Helicopters – the originator of helicopter tours on Kauai. Based on the number of helicopters I saw taking [...]

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    More sensational Kauai: Princeville golf, a taro tour and marvelous gardens

    More sensational Kauai: Princeville golf, a taro tour and marvelous gardens

    Posted on May 28, 2014

    -by Jim Byers I have a new favourite golf course. I had a chance to play Princeville’s Makai course on the heavenly north shore of this Hawaiian island the other day. And fell in love. I’ve played some great resort courses in the Caribbean and around the U.S., and a few courses in the British [...]

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    Artsy towns, stupendous scenery, great golf and a fine family resort on Kauai

    Artsy towns, stupendous scenery, great golf and a fine family resort on Kauai

    Posted on May 16, 2014

    -by Jim Byers A gem of a small town. The most beautiful golf course you can play for pennies. One of the most stunning pieces of geography on the planet. And a wonderful family resort. There are few islands in the world with the kind of diversity you find on Kauai, sometimes known as the [...]

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    A Taste of Rum

    A Taste of Rum

    Posted on May 6, 2014

    -by Carolyn Jung When the future of the last of the island’s sugar plantations turned uncertain, a group of investors got together to try to figure out a way to save them. Their idea? Rum. Distilled from Kauai rain water and home-grown sugarcane made into raw crystal sugar. Producing the 80 proof-and-over spirit did prolong [...]

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