Archive For November, 2010
The Honolulu Bishop museum, home to the largest collection of information on native Hawaii and historic Hawaiian immigrant life, is creating an online database for its million plus exhibits. Information about nearly thirteen thousand archeological sites will be available for anyone to access. Hopes are that this new site will make it easier for native [...]
It’s still only the day before Thanksgiving, but Hawaii is already getting ready to move on to the big holiday show. Starting on black Friday, several Christmas parades will be proceeding at various locations around Oahu. These events are sure to be fantastic and are a must see for visitors who enjoy this sort of [...]
Good news for our friends down under who were thinking about a Hawaiian Vacation. Hawaiian airlines announced that they will be increasing the frequency of their non-stop flights from Sydney to Honolulu from four days a week to five. Hawaiian Airlines flight number 452 will depart Sydney at 9:20pm and arrive in Honolulu at 11:00am [...]
Hawaii prides itself on being an ambassador of the “Aloha Spirit.” Our beautiful island home is nearly always sunny and warm, making the hearts of most of its residents similarly positive. It’s customary for us to always offer a smile and a “shaka” to friends and strangers alike. This way of thinking seems to fit [...]
Each island has a personality of its own. Locals refer to each with nicknames that encompass the unique beauty specific to each Island.
Efforts are well underway to find a financially feasible way to harness the constant power of the tides. For Hawaii, this could one day mean that over half of our power could come from the very same waves that already propel our ability to hang ten.
Last week, Hotels in Hawaii saw occupancy rates rise to over seventy percent. This figure is great news for a Hawaiian economy that is struggling to recover after the recent economic disruption. In fact, this is a good sign for the entire American economy, as it demonstrates a revitalization of the travel industry, which means [...]