To see what it was like on Maui in 1950, take a 90-minute ferry ride (or a 10-minute flight in a helicopter) to Molokai today. The entire north side of the island is… Continue reading
On the short list of the koolest kats who have ever lived is Duke Kahanamoku—Olympic swimming champion (medaling in events from 1912 to 1924), surfing legend, and the ranking royalty on Waikiki Beach… Continue reading
Thanks to the decrepit railroad ties of a supply line to a military installation in World War II, exercise hikers can hop up more than 1,000 feet to the top of Koko Crater… Continue reading
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Are you wondering which Hawaiian island to visit? Where’s the best weather, where’s the best snorkeling, where’s the best hiking, what’s there to do when it rains, itinerary advice, do’s and don’ts, understanding… Continue reading
Richard Pryor described Hawaii as “the best form of comfort for me,” an affirmation shared by millions of island visitors and residents. But how can vacationers best plan their limited time on these… Continue reading
NO WORRIES HAWAII is for people who have never been to the islands and for returnees who want to try something new. Use this book both to plan the details of your trip… Continue reading