Monthly Archives: April 2015

Oahu’s Unlikely Eden: Wahiawa Botanical Garden

Oahu's Unlikely Eden: Wahiawa Botanical Garden By noreply@blogger.com (Trailblazer Hawaii) You could spend a month or more touring Hawaii's tropical gardens, which include four National Tropical Botanical Gardens, and still be impressed by this 27-acre offering hiding in the middle of Oahu. Wahiawa Botanical Gardens, just a little off the main drag that is an…
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Hawaii LEGO Display Gets Permanent Home

By Ryan Ozawa Anyone who spends time in a LEGO store knows that it's more than a place to extract money from you in exchange for interlocking pieces of plastic. (Though as stores go, they're very good at that.) They're also little museums of LEGO creations. Most of the structures on display are meticulously built…
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Rainbow factory on Kauai’s North Shore

By noreply@blogger.com (Trailblazer Hawaii) Maybe a pot of gold is too much to expect, but a beachful of golden sand is a sure thing on Kauai's several-mile run of coast from Haena Beach Park and around Kepuhi Point to Charo's Beach. During the winters, normally in the afternoons with a few clouds in the sky,…
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These Haunting Paintings Show What Hawaii’s Volcanoes Looked Like Before

These Haunting Paintings Show What Hawaii's Volcanoes Looked Like Before ... - Huffington Post by James Cave These Haunting Paintings Show What Hawaii's Volcanoes Looked Like Before Color Photography Jules Tavernier, "An Eruption," late 1880s We've all heard of the Hudson River School and the Barbizon School, but how about the Volcano School? In the…
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