Monthly Archives: November 2015

Quiz: What Kind of Women’s Hawaiian Dress Are You?

What Kind of Women's Hawaiian Dress Are You? Everyone loves Hawaiian Dresses, but did you know there's a "perfect" one just for you.....one that showcases your true personality.....one that let's people know "this is what I'm all about".....one that you're gonna wear every day because it's just so "you". So which kind of Women's Hawaiian…
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King’s Trail is a Walk on Maui’s Wild Side

By noreply@blogger.com (Trailblazer Hawaii)   Not far from where the road ends beyond ritzy Wailea, the rugged King's Trail begins its 12-mile run along the island's arid and out-there south coast. The trail dates from King Pi'ilani in the 1500s, though it was reconstucted by Governor Hoapili in the early 1800s—and more recently by park…
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An Oahu Fantasyland: The Seven Bridges of Moanalua Valley

By noreply@blogger.com (Trailblazer Hawaii)   Many 'secret' hikes in Hawaii are on the tourist radar, but not so for the enchanting (for real) saunter into Moanalua Valley, which begins at the back end of a neighborhood park in central Oahu not far from a freeway. A cobblestone road and decrepit bridges swerves through a wild…
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Behind the Scenes at Bishop Museum – Gallery

By Ryan Ozawa Local school kids probably know Bishop Museum mostly as the place where traveling exhibits of dinosaurs or spaceships come through the state, and it always draws a solid mix of residents and tourists. But the areas open to the public — from Hawaii Hall to the Science Adventure Center, from the planetarium…
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