Sharing sacred culture and history on Molokai
Sharing sacred culture and history on Molokai

"Culture is sacred, not secret," is one of Greg Solatorio's mantras that he repeated several times during a tour of his family's land in the Halawa Valley. The Solatorios want to demystify the customs and make sure people come away with a better understanding of Hawaii's history and people.... READ MORE

Across Islands, increasing interest in ecofriendly initiatives
Across Islands, increasing interest in ecofriendly initiatives

In Hawaii the need for the tourism industry to work as responsible stewards of the environment has hit home in the last few years. In addition to programs at the resorts and hotels, there are numerous environmental tourism and volunteer opportunities that take travelers close to the Islands' natural beauty.... READ MORE

Tales of tragedy, compassion at Kalaupapa
Tales of tragedy, compassion at Kalaupapa

Taking the trail down drives home the isolation of the original colony, where the Hawaiian government marooned people with leprosy for more than 70 years. The peninsula at the foot of the equally stunning and imposing cliffs is cut off from the rest of Molokai.... READ MORE

For Honolulu neighborhood, a return to residential roots
For Honolulu neighborhood, a return to residential roots

As new restaurants and stores continue to enter the neighborhood, with several scheduled for opening this fall, Kakaako has gradually become a hot spot for finding top-notch restaurants, fun community activities and a bustling arts and culture scene driven by locals.... READ MORE

Affordable aloha with Holiday Inn Express
Affordable aloha with Holiday Inn Express

Located in the heart of downtown Honolulu a block from Kalakaua Avenue, the property delivers on being an affordable and convenient option for business travelers and families seeking comfortable and modern accommodations.... READ MORE

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