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1. West Is Best: Hiking Kauai's Na Pali Coast
The Garden Isle's Na Pali coast houses nothing but a narrow trail and a small group of illegal hippies. The 11-mile Kalalau Trail is the gem of Hawaiian hiking, and a must for all able-bodied visitors to the island.
2. Kona Brewing Company
This brewery and restaurant will leave your taste buds wanting more.
3. 3rd Annual Surf Film Festival
Festival-goers can surf the world's best waves from cushioned theatre chairs. The Honolulu Academy of Arts will feature the latest surf films between now and the end of July.
4. Moving to Hawaii
You've been to Hawaii and you want to go back. You long for beaches, warm weather, and mai tais. Quitting your job and starting anew seems worth it. But is it really all you imagine?
5. Oahu South Shore Hikes
Hiking on Oahu isn't just for the fit and trim. South Oahu offers an array of trails for the young, old, athletic, and leisurely walkers.
6. Bone Marrow Donors Needed
This article is a little different. A local family tells of their daughter's fight against leukemia.
7. Kayaking to the Mokuluas
Kayaking to the Mokuluas is one of the best ways to experience what Hawaii has to offer. Coral reef, sea turtles, deserted islands, and more make this excursion a must.
8. Honoulu Through Our President's Eyes
Barack Obama did not grow up with a charmed life in the Aloha State. His neighborhood is a far cry from what most think of when they picture Hawaii. An afternoon trip through his old stomping grounds gives insight to the 44th president's background and popularity.
9. Getting Away at Turtle Bay
Turtle Bay blends the essential ingredients of relaxation, fun, and food to create its own version of paradise.
10. May Day is Lei Day in Hawaii
Who doesn't love free fun? May Day Lei Day celebrations are free to all and commemorate one of Hawaii's greatest legacies, the lei. Read on to find out more about this state holiday!
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