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Brews on Top: Kawai Nui Marsh & Ulupo Heiau

I wouldn’t really call this one a “hike,” so much as a “glorified walk,” but after last week’s epic trek through the wildlands of Kailua, it was a relief to be on a paved gravel path with the primary danger to one’s life being the consistent stream of bikers ringing incessant bike bells. 455 more words

Hawaii Hikes

Falling Are The Heavens

The task of understanding the past is never-ending. It is impossible not to feel at times ambivalent, and to resist the ease of disapproval, if not condemnation. 602 more words

Hawaii

Aloha Cancer 9/9/2015

Kāne
Māhoe Mua 9

Woke up this morning and headed to the Keaiwa Heiau (Hawaiian temple) above Aiea on O`ahu. I entered the heiau to do my prayers and exercises with the rising sun and crowing roosters. 549 more words

Happiness

Aloha Cancer 9/9/2015

Kāne
Māhoe Mua 9

Woke up this morning and headed to the Keaiwa Heiau (Hawaiian temple) above Aiea on O`ahu. I entered the heiau to do my prayers and exercises with the rising sun and crowing roosters. 549 more words

Happiness

A sacred site -- close to home

Quick quiz: Which do you think happened first? (A): Columbus discovered America — in 1492 — or (B) the Polynesians discovered what are now known as the Hawaiian Islands, our 50th state. 214 more words

In which we go on our Graduation-moon, Part III: Road to Hana

The Road to Hana is one of the most popular things to do in Maui that doesn’t involve a beach or volcano. Hana is a tiny hamlet on the very eastern edge of the island, and like most things in life this journey wasn’t about the destination. 1,096 more words

Trip

Offering

All profits from the sale of this photo will go to a scholarship fund for native Hawaiian students. Visit oha.org for more information on how you can help. 12 more words

Hawaii