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Pele

Hawaiian volcano goddess. You’re welcome.

According to goddessinspired.wordpress.com, Pele is “…beautiful, awe-inspiring, strong, powerful, creative, active, enthusiastic, spontaneous, alive, passionate, hot and eruptive.”

Pele is the fire and volcano goddess of Hawaii and one of the most revered gods in Hawaiian mythology. 1,071 more words

Shopping Heaven – Ala Moana

For me, no visit to Honolulu would be complete without a shopping expedition to this centre. I always arrive in Honolulu with my list of “must do’s” while I am there and close to the top of this list is, Ala Moana Shopping Centre. 447 more words

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Honolulu

Take it from a local, there’s no other place like Honolulu, Hawaii.

I’ve grown up here and though I live here in the mainland, I always look forward to going back home every summer or every other year. 88 more words

Stereotypes & People From Hawai'i:

After reading “Backpacks vs. Briefcases: Steps toward Rhetorical Analysis” by Laura Bolin Carroll, I came to the conclusion that rhetorical analysis is a part of every individual’s everyday life. 511 more words

Community

One Door Closes, Another one Opens

Hello all,

I’m Tash. This is my first blog that I’ve truthfully wanted to publish for a while, but I was once scared of the judgement of others. 744 more words

Cherry Blossom Festival in Waimea

By Hiromi W. Chung

In Japan, cherry blossoms are symbolic of Japanese culture. Cherry blossom season occurs from the end of March to the beginning of April and in Hokkaido, it occurs much later. 377 more words

People

Stay

When I was 16, I got a job at Wunsche Bros. Once upon a time it was an old saloon, hotel and café. Built in 1902 for railroad workers and weary travelers, rumor has it, it was also a brothel. 1,207 more words

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