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Orchids are a beloved Hawaiian flower

Hawaiian Flowers: Tropical Beauty and Cultural Meaning

Hawaii remains one of the best locations for spotting flowers. Many varieties of Hawaiian flowers are colorful, bringing delicate lines and unique...
The fish hook symbol brings good luck to those who wear it

What Does the Fish Hook Symbolize?

What Does the Fish Hook Symbolize? One of the most recognizable and iconic symbols in Polynesian culture is the...
Secluded beaches are safe choices this Christmas with COVID-19

Celebrating Safely: Christmas Activities in Hawaii with COVID-19

Enjoying Christmas Activities in Hawaii with COVID-19 This year, Christmas activities in Hawaii with COVID-19 look a little different...
Tiki statue keepsakes at the marketplace

Waikiki International Marketplace: Then and Now

What is the Waikiki International Marketplace? Let’s discuss this interesting cultural center and the ways it has changed throughout the years. 
Aloha with Christmas Wreath

Christmas Activities in Hawaii: ‘Tis the Season for Sunshine!

Christmas Activities in Hawaii You Will Love Christmastime in Hawaii is special. While you won’t find icicles and snow...
Enjoy the sunset and yoga in Hawaii

Yoga in Hawaii: Island Enlightenment

People come to Hawaii for many different reasons. Some want to get away from it all, while others want to “find themselves”....
Farmers Market on Oahu

Fresh and Fun: The Farmers Market on Oahu

Fresh produce at fair prices, supporting local businesses, and meeting friendly, smiling people: what’s not to love about shopping at a farmers...

Cultural Significance of a Rainbow in Hawaii

Rainbows play an important role in Hawaii. Hawaii boasts being one of the best places on the planet to view rainbows....

What is the meaning of ALOHA?

Want to know the meaning of ALOHA before you go on vacation in Hawaii? The word “Aloha” is common to those...

Kokua Festival 2020 – Live from Hawaii

What does Kokua mean? Kokua Festival 2020 Kokua is hawaiian for HELP. The Kokua...