The Hōkūleʻa, a Polynesian double-hulled canoe built for international voyages, arrived at Magic Island on Saturday, June 17, concluding a 3-year, worldwide voyage that took the vessel to various Polynesian islands, Australia, South Africa, the Caribbean, and North America before returning to Oahu.
This post serves as a primer on the Hawaiian language, it’s structure, history, and how it’s used today—useful knowledge for anyone traveling to Hawaii!
Satoko, Taylor, and Ryoko get to visit Haleakala for the weekend, going stargazing 10,000 ft above sea level, then biking down the mountain the following day.
Hawaiian Pidgin sounds a lot like English, but is its own language with its own vocabulary, grammar and history.
We took a long drive out to West Oahu to go dolphin watching and saw so much more than we expected.
Planning to attend a luau for the first time? Here’s what you should know before going.
Boss treated us to lunch at the new restaurant downstairs, Tsukiji Shokudo Gen-chan. Our impressions were
Parasailing wasn’t nearly as frightening as I thought it would be. In fact, once we got up to max length it felt incredibly peaceful.