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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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Outdoor Activities: Kualoa Ranch

Outdoor Activities: Kualoa Ranch

Posted on October 22, 2009

Established in 1850, Kualoa Ranch is a 4,000 acre ahupua’a or a subdivision that extends from the mountain to the ocean. Committed to being a role model as stewards of the land, Oahu’s working cattle ranch provides an educational outdoor experience. Kualoa, which means “long back” perhaps due to the back drop of the Koolau [...]

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Hawaii’s Aloha Festivals’ Parade

Hawaii’s Aloha Festivals’ Parade

Posted on October 13, 2009

The following is a guest blog from Rachel Berg and the original article can be found here. Here are some of the numbers: 13 floats. 14 marching bands. 27 vintage cars. 3 trolleys. 1 royal court. 1 private mounted unit. And an uncountable number of flowers. All this and about 4,000 other parade participants was [...]

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