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One of the Many Treasures of the Hawaiian Islands

One of the Many Treasures of the Hawaiian Islands and each time I here a new tale I know that I’ve landed in a true paradise. Hawaii has many treasures and natural beauties which you could not find else where in the world. To name just a few Hawaiian Hot Bread, Macadamia Nut Pancakes, Loco Moco (hamburger patty, […]

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Celebrating Mele Kalikimaka in Hawaii

Celebrating Mele Kalikimaka in Hawaii, in translation it means “Merry Christmas.” It’s that time of year where friends and families will reunite to celebrate what we are thankful for, the gift of life! These last few years have been hard on many folks, including myself. But the economy is improving and we can now start seeing […]

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Celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the World Heritage Site

Celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the World Heritage Site of the Hawaii’s Volcanoes National Park located on the Big Island of Hawaii. If you haven’t has a chance to experience seeing a lava desert, then you is missing an opportunity of a lifetime. As far as the eye can see, there’s nothing but lava in […]

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Does Mr. Ellison truly love his island of Lanai?

Does Mr. Ellison truly love his island of Lanai? I know he must be a very busy businessman, but he should plan to set some time aside to speak with the local government, the community and let everyone know his true intentions? LANAI CITY, Hawaii — Lanai should be the very picture of tropical tranquillity, the kind […]

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Neil Armstrong our American hero dies

Neil Armstrong our American hero dies, he was the first man to stand foot on the moon. The other two astronauts (Buzz Aldrin & Michael Collins) that accompanied him are still alive and living a healthy life’s. Everyone at that time was glued to their seats, sitting in front of their television as the space […]

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