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February 2011

When you see the hustle and bustle of Oahu, as a Seattle to Hawaii visitor, it’s hard to imagine that this island was once just a small part of the […]

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Hawaii visitor counts continue to rebound, according to a new preliminary report by the HVB.  This is especially encouraging to many businesses that depend on visitor traffic for a majority […]

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  It’s been kind of quiet for Hawaiian music in Seattle lately.  We had all those great opportunities in January to see so many talented Hawaiian singers and musician, I […]

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I have to tell you the story of my first visit to the Hawaiian Islands.  I was first drawn to the north shore of Oahu for the surf when I was […]

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Most people already know about Oahu’s number one visitor attraction due to its significance to a whole generation of Americans.  The United States entry into WWII was caused by this […]

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Some people never think about going to Oahu, the heart of Hawaii, because they have heard that Waikiki is a crowded spot with high rise hotels everywhere.  I think that […]

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I stopped into my favorite Hawaii spot in Seattle yesterday.  When you need to pick up that special Hawaii item, the Hawaii General Store is the place to go.  When […]

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Considering the way our weather has been acting up lately, I thought I would pass on the deal I got in this mornings email from one of my wholesalers.  This […]

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When most people look at Molokai from across the water on Maui, they see huge sea cliffs and what seems like a perpetual cloud over the summit of Mt Kamakou.  […]

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Lanai is Hawaii’s most enticing Island and was once known as the Pineapple Island.  In 1922 George Dole bought the whole Island and turned it into the largest working pineapple […]

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