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Here are the top ten articles for the Hawaii Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Early Settlers of Hawaii
A study of the early settlement of the Hawaiian islands, covering the original settlers, explorers and the establishment of the monarchy.
2. Hawaiian Traditions
3. 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?
4. 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.
5. Make Your Own Lei
Step by step instructions on how to make your own beautiful and original lei!
6. Cybersnacks.net - Hawaii's Favorite Local Snacks
This company has it all! From Li Hing Mui seeds to mochi, arare and more. Online or onesite ordering at 6 locations. Read the review and visit the site to see for yourself.
7. Surfsquirt Hawaiian Print Clothing
Hawaiian clothing for babies to adults including matching sets for fathers, mothers and children. Unique prints available only by this company!
8. Interview with Surfing Legend Peter Cole
Peter Cole is a big wave surfing icon. At 76 he is the oldest big wave surfer in Hawaii, at one time the best surfer in the world, and current Chairman of the Oahu Chapter of the Surfrider Foundation. Here is part one of my interview with this remarkable man.
9. 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.
10. Hiking Mt. Ka'ala
Mt. Ka'ala is Oahu's tallest peak and considered by many to be a fine example of what Hawaii was like before humans settled here. Abundant in native flora and fauna, and spectacular views, this day hike is worth every step.
Be sure to visit the Hawaii Archives for all the articles!
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