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Viewing the First Blood Moon From Hawaii

Viewing the First Blood Moon From Hawaii

Posted on April 17, 2014

- by Coty Gonzales No, Blood Moon is not the latest book in the Twilight Saga. It’s even better than that, and Hawaii residents had a front row seat earlier this week to see it firsthand. Blood Moon is the nickname given to our moon during a lunar eclipse. In fact, this Blood Moon marks [...]

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Best Things to See, Do and Try on Molokai

Best Things to See, Do and Try on Molokai

Posted on April 11, 2014

-by Sheila Beal Each Hawaiian island has its own personality and attractions that make it unique. Molokai’s tagline is “Hawaiian by nature.” From my observation, Molokai earns that reference from its untouched beauty and lack of commercialism. There are no high-end hotels, luxury spas or signature golf courses on Molokai. Instead you’ll find miles of [...]

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New Tauck Poll Reveals Hawaii as Ultimate Dream Destination

New Tauck Poll Reveals Hawaii as Ultimate Dream Destination

Posted on March 13, 2014

Hawaii may be America’s 50th state, but it’s number-one in the hearts of U.S. travelers as revealed in a recent poll conducted for the top luxury tour operator Tauck by Reuters/Ipsos. More than twenty percent of respondents in the poll picked Hawaii as the place they would visit if neither time or money were a [...]

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Get Healthy in Hawaii

Get Healthy in Hawaii

Posted on March 4, 2014

Fresh air, picture-perfect weather and a “hang loose” laid-back attitude are among the many reasons why Hawaii has been recognized as the nation’s healthiest state in the annual Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index for the last four consecutive years. Whether you are dusting off your running shoes or a fitness enthusiast, there’s something challenging and enjoyable for everyone. [...]

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Stop. Relax. Breathe.

Stop. Relax. Breathe.

Posted on February 20, 2014

Slow down and take some time to rejuvenate your mind, body and spirit. With clean air, warm tropical weather, and friendly people sharing the aloha spirit, a trip to Hawaii can help to get you in a fresh, new frame of mind. Here’s how: Pack Light – No need to stress about packing a whole [...]

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Understanding the Real Hawaii on Vacation

Understanding the Real Hawaii on Vacation

Posted on July 15, 2013

Volunteers help care for the 88-acre Heeia Fishpond on Oahu with the organization Paepae o Heeia.  There was a time when getting to really know the true essence of a destination was limited to visiting museums, guided tours, and small talk with locals in a neighborhood restaurant. That’s certainly not the case today as more and more [...]

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My Top Five Hawaii Hikes

My Top Five Hawaii Hikes

Posted on August 9, 2012

by Jason Hussong I have become an avid hiker since moving to Colorado, hitting trails anywhere I can find them. Some of the best can be discovered on the Hawaiian Islands; lush rain forests on the sides of volcanic mountains open to pristine beaches looking out on the Pacific Ocean. That is why the Hawaiian [...]

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Molokai – A Hawaiian Time Machine

Molokai – A Hawaiian Time Machine

Posted on July 17, 2011

Visiting Molokai is like entering a time machine and journeying to a past Hawaii, where the only crowd is at the Friday night party at Hula Shores Restaurant. Here, the hustle and bustle of more urbanized islands has apparently been banned – in fact, the island’s highest speed limit is a sedate 45 MPH. Getting [...]

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Hawaiian Culture: Hula

Hawaiian Culture: Hula

Posted on October 30, 2009

The historic origins of the hula are as complex and graceful as the dance itself. The mythical stories vary and are specific to each island. Goddess Laka gave birth to the hula in Ka’ana on the island of Molokai where her remains are also buried. On the Big Island, legendary goddess Pele ordered her sisters [...]

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Hawaii hotel highlights: What’s new on the islands

Hawaii hotel highlights: What’s new on the islands

Posted on October 2, 2009

When the rest of the world decides it’s time to go back to work, Hawaii throws a month-long party. Truth. The annual Aloha Festivals brings live performances, arts and crafts, traditional costumes and cultural pride to the islands. Not to mention, the biggest block party of the year (Saturday, September 19 at 7 p.m. on [...]

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