Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month: Eddie Aikau

Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month: Eddie Aikau

As part of Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, I’d like to continue highlighting influential people from Hawai‘i. The subject of today’s blog is a figure that looms large in Hawai‘i but isn’t as well known outside the...
April Showers Bring May Flowers to Hawaii

April Showers Bring May Flowers to Hawaii

When you drift off to tropical Hawaii in your imagination, there’s a few things that will probably paint the picture in your mind’s eye. Crystal clear waters, exotic beaches, jungle-draped mountains and, of course, tropical flowers. The islands are full of...
Hawaii Adventures: Night Snorkeling

Hawaii Adventures: Night Snorkeling

There you are, swimming in the ocean under an inky black sky full of stars. The only source of light is your waterproof flashlight slicing through the ocean like a light saber from Star Wars. Your beam cuts across a school of needlefish attracted to your light, then...
My Favorite Camping Spots in Hawaii

My Favorite Camping Spots in Hawaii

Ah, camping in the tropics. The ultimate in low-price lodging is offered by Mother Nature herself. Although each island varies in its camping options, you can find some pretty amazing spots across the state. You can find campgrounds at county parks, state parks and...
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