Big Island’s Mini Landmarks Big Island’s Mini Landmarks
October 5th, 2011
 

However, there are a few interesting landmarks around the island that get more than a glance or a double take from a passing rental car. Here are a couple of favorites to keep an eye out for on your trip to Hawaii island.

Halloween Hawaiian Style Halloween Hawaiian Style
October 4th, 2011
 

This event that was almost outlawed due to the extensive public nudity and disorderly conduct.

Molokai Hoe 2011  – The 59th Crossing of the Kaiwi Channel Molokai Hoe 2011 – The 59th Crossing of the Kaiwi Channel
October 3rd, 2011
 

This year the race will take place on Sunday October 9th and the first canoes are expected to arrive on Oahu at about noon. The finish line is a unique opportunity to enjoy an international gathering of watermen, athletes and all those who come to enjoy the Hawaii sport of outrigger canoe racing.

Koloa Heritage Trail – A Walk on the West Side Koloa Heritage Trail – A Walk on the West Side
September 30th, 2011
 

The Koloa Heritage Trail offers glimpses into these important historical events and natural site in the area. The 10 mile trail offers over a dozen significant points that are marked with insightful information.

Demystifying Saddle Road Demystifying Saddle Road
September 29th, 2011
 

Certainly unique in all of Hawaii, Saddle Road is one of the pleasures of visiting the Big Island. Over many years the road has been the focus of mis-information, spooky tales, rental car prohibitions and the like.

Maui Beaches – A Handful of the Best Maui Beaches – A Handful of the Best
September 28th, 2011
 

Although Maui has some of the best beaches in the world, some on the Valley Island are better than others. Here are a few of the islands best.

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