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Woman at Hawaii Farmers Market Selling Locally-Grown Flowers

Exploring Ag-Tourism in Hawaii

With the increase of organic products and the recycling movement, it seems like everywhere you look people are becoming more conscious of the environment. And Hawaii may be leading the… Read More

View of Oahu's East Side From the Pali Lookout

Hawaii’s Tourists Discover Natural Beauty of the Islands

Living in Hawaii for over 16 years, I am still amazed at the island’s natural beauty and how around every corner there is something new to discover. In Sunday’s Honolulu… Read More

The entryway at Hula Grill

Fresh Hula Grill a true delight

Since so many of our all-inclusive customers have been giving us such great feedback about the Hula Grill at the Outrigger Waikiki, Yaling and I decided to dine there this weekend. Read More

Hawaiian Airlines jet taxiing on runway

Hawaiian Airlines Issues Apology to Customer

Hawaiian Airlines has issued an apology and will refund $225 to a California customer who was charged a service fee for canceling her plane tickets due to her mother’s death. Read More

Tentalow behind coconut palms at Molokai Ranch Lodge

Molokai is truely “the Friendly Island”

Molokai, known as the “Friendly Island,” is home to the second-biggest cattle ranch in the islands and was a longtime haven for lepers before the disease was treatable. It preserves… Read More

After kayaking to Moku Nui, we saw a monk seal and her pup laying on the beach.

Respecting Monk Seals when visitng Hawaii’s beaches

With Makana, the monk seal who treats Hookipa as her vacation retreat, back on the north shore beach again, marine mammal officials are reminding the public that monk seals are… Read More