By: Kimo Jenkins, Director, Program Development & Implementation Cultural Guide “I ali‘i no ke ali‘i ke kānaka.” A chief is a chief because of the people who serve him. This ‘ōleo no‘eau is a reminder to a chief to consider his people; it illustrates a level of thankfulness and appreciation to and for each other. […]
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Fall colors are the inspiration for this fun & interactive floral décor.
Thanksgiving Traditions. That’s what it’s all about. Going to grandma’s house to have the special cornbread she’s been cooking for 50 years in her seasoned skillet – Aunt Vicky’s Jello mold slowly liquefying on the dessert table – Mom’s famous pumpkin pie warming in the oven. We may not all have the same Thanksgiving traditions […]
In Hawai‘i, breathtaking beauty consumes you. The rainbow kissed slopes of the Ko‘olau mountains, world-renowned Lē‘ahi, Diamond Head, as the ultimate landmark backdrop, the spectacular sunsets drifting slowly into the Pacific Ocean, and the colorful wildlife frolicking and flowing throughout the islands. As you soak it all in you’ll silently wonder to yourself, “How will […]