Archive for June, 2014

Find Serenity in Hawaii’s Valley of the Temples

Thanks to the beauty of Hawaii’s natural environment, serenity is around the corner at nearly every turn, but if you are looking for an ideal place for contemplative reflection, it doesn’t get any better than Oahu’s Valley of the Temples Memorial Park. Located in a lush valley at the base of the Ko’olau Mountains, Hawaii’s […]

Facebook twitter digg technochrati delicious blink furl reddit
Share/Bookmark

Hawaii’s Kukaniloko Birthing Stones

If you plan on taking in some historical sites while on vacation in Hawaii, you’ll want to add the Kukaniloko birthing stones to your excursions. Listed with both the National and Hawaii Register of Historic Places, the area is one of Hawaii’s most important cultural treasures. Once the birth place for royalty, Kukaniloko is still […]

Facebook twitter digg technochrati delicious blink furl reddit
Share/Bookmark

Top Hawaii Wedding Photo Locations

If you’re having a destination wedding in Hawaii, chances are you’re already on the hunt for the perfect spot to take your photos. We are known as the Paradise of the Pacific after all, which means you may have some trouble narrowing down your options. With breathtaking sea cliffs, volcanoes, mountain ranges, gardens, waterfalls, beaches […]

Facebook twitter digg technochrati delicious blink furl reddit
Share/Bookmark

Taste of Hawaii – Malasadas!

Hawaii is considered a melting pot with people of all cultures making their home in our beautiful state. While there are many benefits to having such a diverse population, most would agree that food is one of the biggest! Our Shave Ice came from Japan, Kimchi  from Korea, the Chinese brought dim sum, but one […]

Facebook twitter digg technochrati delicious blink furl reddit
Share/Bookmark

Where Art and Nightlife Collide – Honolulu’s First Friday!

  When you think of Hawaii, it is most often the beaches, volcanoes and the hula that come to mind, but what a lot of people don’t know is that Hawaii has a thriving arts community. From theater, to dance, to a host of unique galleries, Hawaii offers its visitors much more than a few […]

Facebook twitter digg technochrati delicious blink furl reddit
Share/Bookmark

Taste of Hawaii – Poke

England is revered for their fish and chips, down south loves their collard greens, and here in Hawaii, we’ve got Poke. Pronounced Poh-kay which means to cut or to slice, this popular pupu (appetizer) is as much a part of Hawaii as the hula. Poke was originally prepared by native Hawaiians by slicing ahi tuna […]

Facebook twitter digg technochrati delicious blink furl reddit
Share/Bookmark

Hawaii’s Chinaman’s Hat

According to Hawaiian legend, Pele’s sister Hi’iaka battled a fierce dragon lopping off its tail and leaving a piece of it behind which is known today as “Chinaman’s Hat”. It’s resemblance to the hats worn by Chinese farmers and peasants is what gave it the somewhat racist sounding nickname, but this popular landmark in Hawaii […]

Facebook twitter digg technochrati delicious blink furl reddit
Share/Bookmark