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3 Ways to Discovery Kauai’s Canoe Plants

Almost two millennia ago, canoes built of foreign forest sailed onto Hawaiian shores. It is the contents of these canoes that we now associate with Hawaiian culture: Polynesian voyagers, their symbolic art, and the plant allies they brought along with them. Little is known of Hawaii before this point in time. And so, in a […]

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Helpful Hawaiian Words and Phrases

The harmonious language of Hawaii is a direct reflection of its essence. Hawaii is a place where nature guides life, where weather and seasons and cycles are honored for their potent influence. This reverence is reflected in the language. Less letters mean less distractions. More vowels are the voice of the wind, sea and sun. […]

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Lae Nani: A Secret Cove Along The Coconut Coast

Boasting a location too good to be true, The Lae Nani 123 Suite is newly renovated and awaiting your presence. This East Shore gem is nestled next to a secret family-friendly beach along Kauai’s Coconut Coast. Enjoy the riches of oceanfront life within the comfort of a freshly uplifted condo.  The complete overhaul of this […]

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PiliMai: A South Shore Sanctuary 

Location The Sunny South Shore On an island coined as The Garden Isle, the blessing of lush scenery comes with the reality of rain. However, for such a small island, there is a surprising spectrum of climates. The North Shore is notoriously rainy, known for its rainbows framing picturesque backdrops. The East Shore is bright […]

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Hanapepe Art Night

Last week’s blog featured a monumental monthly Art Night on the East Shore (Kapaa Art Walk). This week we are highlighting a hip weekly Art Night in the quaint South Shore town of Hanapepe. The Hanapepe Art Night is notoriously favored by visitors and locals alike. Every Friday the quiet town of Hanapepe transforms into […]

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