The year of 1878 was important in Hawaiian history. Not because of battles, government, or natural events. Instead, 1878 is the year that Portuguese laborers introduced to the islands their ...
On the winding Road to Hana drive there are only a few spots to stretch and grab a bite to eat. Nestled into the dense foliage and colorfully adorned, one of the most popular such spots is Island Chef.
Although not native to Hawaii, turkeys can be found both wild and domesticated throughout the islands. Many visitors have unexpected turkey encounters during their stay.
For all those occasions when a typical lamp just will not do, there is always the porcupine fish lamp.
When most people hear "Hawaiian Sun Drinks" they think of Mai Tais and Blue Hawaiis. But if you've spent any amount of time on the islands, you are likely aware of the unique flavors of the ...