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- The capital of Hawaii, a principal port on the southeastern coast of the island of Oahu; pop. 371,657
- Honolulu is an American musical film that was released by MGM in 1939. The film stars dancer Eleanor Powell and Robert Young, and was directed by Edward Buzzell.
- the capital and largest city of Hawaii; located on a large bay on the island of Oahu
- Honolulu is the capital of and the most populous census-designated place (CDP) in the U.S. state of Hawaii.
- a formation of aircraft in flight
- (in soccer, cricket, etc.) Deliver (a ball) with well-judged trajectory and pace
- Shoot (wildfowl) in flight
- shoot a bird in flight
- an instance of traveling by air; "flying was still an exciting adventure for him"
- the second largest of the Hawaiian Islands
- In Hawaiian mythology, Maui is a culture hero who appears in several different genealogies. In the Ulu line he is the son of Akalana and his wife Hinakawea (Hina). This couple has four sons, Maui-mua, Maui-hope, Maui-kiikii and Maui-a-kalana.
- The second largest of the Hawaiian islands, northwest of the island of Hawaii
- In Mangareva, Maui hauls the land up from the sea, and ties the sun with tresses of hair. His father was Ataraga; his mother, Uaega. There were eight Maui: Maui-mua, Maui-muri, Maui-toere-mataroa, Tumei-hauhia, Maui-tikitiki-toga, Maui-matavaru, Maui-taha, Maui-roto.
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From the bestselling author of the “dazzling historical saga” (The Washington Post), Moloka’i, comes the irresistible story of a young immigrant bride in a ramshackle town that becomes a great modern city
“In Korea in those days, newborn girls were not deemed important enough to be graced with formal names, but were instead given nicknames, which often reflected the parents’ feelings on the birth of a daughter: I knew a girl named Anger, and another called Pity. As for me, my parents named me Regret.”
Honolulu is the rich, unforgettable story of a young “picture bride” who journeys to Hawai'i in 1914 in search of a better life.
Instead of the affluent young husband and chance at an education that she has been promised, she is quickly married off to a poor, embittered laborer who takes his frustrations out on his new wife. Renaming herself Jin, she makes her own way in this strange land, finding both opportunity and prejudice. With the help of three of her fellow picture brides, Jin prospers along with her adopted city, now growing from a small territorial capital into the great multicultural city it is today. But paradise has its dark side, whether it’s the daily struggle for survival in Honolulu’s tenements, or a crime that will become the most infamous in the islands’ history...
With its passionate knowledge of people and places in Hawai'i far off the tourist track, Honolulu is most of all the spellbinding tale of four women in a new world, united by dreams, disappointment, sacrifices, and friendship.
We missed our flight from honolulu to maui all because of the staff at both American and Hawaiian airlines. We were stuck in the airport, and there were no more flights out to maui. sothe airline put us up at this hotel, the Honolulu Airport hotel. From the outside it looks decent and clean, but the inside is a totally different story. It was so dirty, dark and ruined. I was so shocked I forgot to take a picture. Also, when we left the hotel for our 6am flight, we were going to pack away our candym most of it was still sealed and tons of ants and other bugs had gotten ahold of it. Not a good first day in Hawaii :(
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Hawaiian airlines flight 546 from Honolulu to Maui December 26th 2006 what a great sun and ocean. I belong on the islands of Hawaii
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This richly imagined novel, set in Hawai'i more than a century ago, is an extraordinary epic of a little-known time and place---and a deeply moving testament to the resiliency of the human spirit.
Rachel Kalama, a spirited seven-year-old Hawaiian girl, dreams of visiting far-off lands like her father, a merchant seaman. Then one day a rose-colored mark appears on her skin, and those dreams are stolen from her. Taken from her home and family, Rachel is sent to Kalaupapa, the quarantined leprosy settlement on the island of Moloka'i. Here her life is supposed to end---but instead she discovers it is only just beginning.
With a vibrant cast of vividly realized characters, Moloka'i is the true-to-life chronicle of a people who embraced life in the face of death. Such is the warmth, humor, and compassion of this novel that "few readers will remain unchanged by Rachel's story" (mostlyfiction.com).