Hawaii

“At noon I observed a bevy of nude young native women bathing in the sea, and I went and sat down on there clothes to keep them from being stolen.”

~ Mark Twain

“Mark Twain in Hawaii: Roughing It in the Sandwich Islands: Hawaii in the 1860s “

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Life on an Organic Lettuce Farm in Hawaii
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Why We Love… Honolulu, Hawaii
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Why We Love… Kona, Hawaii
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St. Benedict: The Painted Church of Hawaii
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Chinatown Honolulu – An Exciting Taste of the East!
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Photo of the Day – Hawaiian Royalty
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Photo of the Day – Hilo, Hawaii

Life on an Organic Lettuce Farm in Hawaii

Our “normal” jobs in Florida have the perk of fresh Organic Lettuce being delivered once a month. It’s always fun to carry home pots of green goodness to eat. But there was a time, not so long ago, when lettuce wasn’t our favorite green. In fact, we thought lettuce was […]

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Why We Love… Honolulu, Hawaii

    Honolulu, Hawaii   Honolulu, the capital of the Hawaiian Islands, is located on the island of Oahu. There are many beautiful places to visit in Honolulu and while most tourists flock to Waikiki Beach, we generally like to avoid the crowds and head to the less populated beaches, […]

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Why We Love… Kona, Hawaii

Kona, Hawaii Kona is located on the the Island of Hawai’i also known as The Big Island.  Famous for it’s coffee producing areas, Kona is also steeping with historical significance and one of the places we enjoy going to learn more about the early Hawaiian peoples.  Kailus-Kona is the center […]

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St. Benedict: The Painted Church of Hawaii

St. Benedict: The Painted Church of Hawaii Overlooking the beautiful Kealakekua Bay on Hawaii’s Big Island, St. Benedict’s Catholic Church (also known as The Painted Church) is a delight to visit and enjoy. As a part of the famous Kona coffee growing region since 1842, this fascinating church building and […]

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Chinatown Honolulu – An Exciting Taste of the East!

Foreign, funky and just plain fun. Honolulu’s Chinatown gives visitors a taste of ethnic spiced heavily with friendliness.  Whether it is for the food, shopping, or nightlife – the streets of Chinatown provide a little something for everyone! Maunakea Market Place Located on the center of Honolulu’s Chinatown at Maunakea […]

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Photo of the Day – Hawaiian Royalty

Parades in Hawaii (and there are LOTS of them!) provide an opportunity to proudly showcase the fact that they are the only state which was historically a Kingdom ruled under a Royal monarch and their court. The only Royal palaces in the United States are found in Hawaii. The Iolani […]

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Photo of the Day – Hilo, Hawaii

On a hill overlooking the ocean in Hilo, Hawaii…a flowered lei covers a weathered cross. So simple and yet so beautiful!

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