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Cooking Channel’s <em>Unique Sweets</em></a> Saves Room for Dessert in Oahu Episodes

Cooking Channel’s Unique Sweets Saves Room for Dessert in Oahu Episodes

Posted on October 9, 2015

Story by SMMH Staff and Cooking Channel Malasadas. Andagi. Mochi. Shave ice with azuki beans. If you’ve been to Hawaii and made the noshing rounds while here, it’s likely you not only know what all of the above are and what they taste like, but are also up on our myriad other go-to resident-favorite desserts [...]

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West Side Wonderful: Hiking Kokee State Park’s Canyon Trail

West Side Wonderful: Hiking Kokee State Park’s Canyon Trail

Posted on October 2, 2015

Story by Andrew Collins Often called the Garden Island, Kauai conjures images of impossibly lush rainforests and emerald valleys. But there’ s more to the island than just green. Its drier west side is home to a spectacular 3,600-foot-deep canyon characterized by burnt-red soil, craggy basalt bluffs and promontories, and upcountry woodland: Waimea Canyon. Nicknamed [...]

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Bring the Brood: Must-Try Maui Outdoor Activities for Active Families

Bring the Brood: Must-Try Maui Outdoor Activities for Active Families

Posted on September 18, 2015

Story by Jody Robbins Maui ticks all the right boxes for active families. Sure, there are all of those gold sand beaches fringing the island just waiting to make every member of the family’s day. But there’s much more to Maui’s menu of family activities than building sandcastles, boogie boarding and taking a dip in [...]

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Take it Easy: 5 Great (Relatively) Easygoing Oahu Hiking Trails

Take it Easy: 5 Great (Relatively) Easygoing Oahu Hiking Trails

Posted on September 11, 2015

Story by Derek Paiva Let’s paint a situational picture. You’re on Oahu. You want to squeeze in a great nature hike away from the urbanity of metro Honolulu. But you don’t want to take on anything too difficult, too dangerous or too, um, illegal. In other words, you want an easy hiking trail. You know, [...]

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3 Great Places to Take in Some Hawaii Island History

3 Great Places to Take in Some Hawaii Island History

Posted on August 31, 2015

Story by Derek Paiva Who were the first farmers to see the potential for growing coffee on the Kona Coast? What were the everyday lives of early Hawaiians and American missionaries like in early 19th century Hilo? Who was Hawaii Island’s and Waimea town’s “First Lady of Ranching?” The answers to every one of these [...]

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3 MORE Hawaii Island Scenic Spots You (Likely) Haven’t Visited Yet

3 MORE Hawaii Island Scenic Spots You (Likely) Haven’t Visited Yet

Posted on August 11, 2015

Story by Derek Paiva Last week in this space, I shared a compendium of “3 Hawaii Island Scenic Spots You (Likely) Haven’t Visited Yet” but should. The idea behind the list was simple. Even if you think you’ve been to all of the Hawaii Island scenic spots everyone says are must-sees, there are always more. [...]

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Talk Story with Travel Writer Jody Robbins

Talk Story with Travel Writer Jody Robbins

Posted on June 5, 2015

Travel writer Jody Robbins has covered some of the world’s most exotic destinations for many of Canada’s most popular publications including WestJet Magazine, Calgary Herald, Today’s Parent, and others. In the below interview, Jody reveals what makes the Hawaiian Islands stand out. What has been your most memorable Hawaii activity? Each Hawaiian island is so [...]

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Get Outside and Go!

Get Outside and Go!

Posted on May 28, 2015

Travelers often gain a new appreciation for culture when exploring the great outdoor playground of Hawaii Island. Read on for tips by Jaisy and Brian who are eager to share their recommendations on unexpected land and sea experiences found nowhere else in the world. Director of Public Relations Jaisy Jardine, The Fairmont Orchid, Hawaii “For [...]

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Postpone Bedtime for an Evening Jaunt

Postpone Bedtime for an Evening Jaunt

Posted on March 25, 2015

Hawaii may be best known for its sun, sand, and surf, but even after that beautiful Hawaiian sunset, there’s plenty to see and do! From live shows and entertainment to evening excursions, here are five ways to enjoy the Aloha State’s evening hours: HA Breath of Life; Photo Credit: Polynesian Cultural Center 1. Catch a [...]

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Three Hawaii Chefs Named James Beard Award Semifinalists

Three Hawaii Chefs Named James Beard Award Semifinalists

Posted on February 19, 2015

There’s no shortage of award-winning dining in the Hawaiian Islands as recently evidenced by three local chefs being named James Beard Award semifinalists (and not for the first time, either). Regarded as the “Oscars” of the food and beverage industry, the James Beard Award recognizes the crème de la crème of the nation’s top chefs and [...]

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