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January 31, 2004

Here are the 2003 Grow-a-Brain Hawaii links

Hawaii_orchid_155 species of Scleractinian corals (From "Information Junkie") - 10/31/03

Alternative Hawaii Calendar

Barkcloth Hawaii's links of Retro arts & Crafts

Best thing to do on Maui is to watch the sunrise from the top of Mount Haleakala, and then bike downhill for 38 miles

Bikini Atoll and the Atomic Tourist

Birds in Hawaii

Charles Lindberg's grave

Cooking with Lava (and Current Eruption Status of Kilauea Volcano -10/23/03)

Da Hawaii Pidgin Bible - 8/25/03

Father Damien and the Last Lepers on Molokai

Flight Guide over Beatle George Harrison's house in Hana, and Swimming with the Beatle near his home

Guy Buffet collection at the Lahaina Gallery

Hawaiian Music - A Brief History (From "No Sense of Place")

Hawaiian Royalty and The Iolani Palace, official residence of King Kalakaua

Hemp House of Paia, an old hippy town (From the HIA, Hemp Industries Association)

History of Sugar

"Hobbit House" on Big Island - 10/18/03

Honolulu Bomb Squad - (From the mother lode of all "Bomb Squad Links" or any other " Law Enforcement Links") - 9/22/03

Hunter Thompson's "Curse of Lono"

Hula Archives

Impress your family & friends by learning to say Popular Hawaiian Words and Phrases - 12/11/03

I want to learn to Speak Hawaiian

Kingdom of Hawai'i declares independence - 8/30/03

Luxury homes, Presented by Oleg Potiomkin. Are you ready to live like a King? (From "Attu") - 1/15/04

Make your dream come true and move to Hawaii. (From "Information Junk") - 1/3/04

Maui Space Surveillance System (MSSS)

Mauna Kea Observatories can be visited at sunset - 11/23/03

My Little Grass Shack by Cowboy Jack Clement, (From "Accordion Guy") - 8/23/03

Na Pali Coast (From "Ghost in the Machine") - 8/7/03

Pacific Tsunami Museum

Photo Gallery from The Hawaii Center for Volcanology

Photographs by Grant Rohloff of Pipeline Surfing in the 60's - 8/5/03


Pink Hotel, from the Joni Mitchell Discussion List - 8/23/03

Poi Recipes

Putting' Up the Ritz in Kapalua, and The Ritz-Carlton Club


Road Signs in Hawaii (From Traffic Signs of the World)

Stamps of Hawaii's Royalty


The Hawaiian Fire Dept. Jet Powered Fire Truck - The fastest Fire Truck in the World, (From "Weird Links") - 8/15/03

The House of Pride, by Jack London, 1912

Transparent Kayaks from "Clear Blue Hawaii" - 8/16/03

Treehouse in Hana and in the rest of Hawaii - 10/9/03

Triggerfish, or ”Humuhumunukunukuapua”, the unofficial state fish of Hawaii - 10/1/03

Underground Caves (From The National Speleological Society)

Vintage Hawaiiana (From "Plep") - 10/18/03

Vintage Hawaiian Shirts (From "Jazz Cafe") - 10/17/03

Wave Refraction at Jaws, Maui

More Unusual Links about Hawaii Here

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Posted by: Hawaiian Shirts at Oct 29, 2006 9:03:11 AM

Hawaii is the place I want to live when I get old.I love it.I would enjoy those sites very much because I am curious to know everything possible about Hawaii and this is one good opportunity.

Posted by: Cara Fletcher at Jul 11, 2007 4:51:09 AM

What about some links to the napali coast? That's a great Hawaii destination.

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