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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. Hawaiian Traditions
2. 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.
3. 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.
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. George Street Music
George Street is a trio of talented musicians, while not "traditional" Hawaiian music, their style is their own and influenced by their life and the people of Hawaii.
6. Polo on Oahu's North Shore
Polo isn't just for the mainland. It has made its way to the islands and grown in popularity over the years. Every Sunday, the polo field in Mokuleia, Oahu is home to a weekly gathering of not only polo, but also tailgating, beachcombing and dancing until the sun sets.
7. Tropical Taste by Sonia Martinez
Chef Sonia Martinez puts together a collection of delectable recipes that feature locally grown produce. Check out this cookbook for some out of the ordinary fusion cuisine and ingenious ways of preparing your favorite tropical fare.
8. Make Your Own Lei
Step by step instructions on how to make your own beautiful and original lei!
9. 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.
10. Luau Traditions
Luaus have been a Hawaiian tradition for centuries, and remain an integral part of the culture today.
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