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The Glory Days of Hawaiian Air Travel

Today’s commercial airline landscape is much different from that of the late 1900s or even the early 2000s. Aloha Airlines, once the premier local carrier in the islands, shut down its commercial operation on March 31, 2008. Although its cargo operation was purchased and continues to operate under the “Aloha Air Cargo” name, Aloha Airlines […]

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Hip Scene Away from Waikiki

A large number of Honolulu MLS real estate can be found in the Honolulu community of Kaimuki, located about five minutes outside of Waikiki and sandwiched between the valleys of the Koolau Mountains and Kahala, Diamond Head, Waikiki, and Kapahulu. Historically, Kamuki was King Kalakaua’s ostrich farm but today the community is becoming a blossoming […]

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About Waikiki Wally’s

Waikiki Wally’s, a Hawaiian restaurant and Tiki Bar in the East Village of New York, is a 1950’s tribute to everything Polynesian. It even had Don Ho and Ginger at the opening! Dine near a cascading waterfall, miles of bamboo, an outrigger canoe, palm trees, live birds from the South Seas, a vintage surfboard, and […]