This historic temple is listed as both a Historic Landmark and a National Historic Site and was constructed by Kamehameha I ... More
This historic temple is listed as both a Historic Landmark and a National Historic Site and was constructed by Kamehameha I to incur the favor of the war god Kuka'ilimoku. The founding of the Hawaiian kingdom is often directly associated with this structure.
This is a taxpayer-maintained site, but visitors are not allowed to see it from inside unless they are Hawaiians engaged in a Hawaiian religious ceremony. This is improper. Churhces, synagogues and mosques are not even taxpayer-financed, but are commonly open to non-members. Government is not allowed to favor religion, or a particular religion, under the First Amendment. Why was this forgotten?
If all you want is an exterior view, this is your place. If you want to see the inside, you have to change your race and religion first.
This posh watering hole is located in the atrium of the Mauna Lani Bay Hotel nearby the fountain. It is
a great spot to sip an aperitif or digestif, play a bit of pool, or relax to the sounds ...
Located on the gorgeous Mauana Lani Resort, these courses are known for the level of difficulty, aesthetic value and cutting
edge amenities. Both of them have won the Gold Medal Award from Golf Magazine. The lush, perfect greens are ...
This popular T shirt retailer is a favorite souvenir stop all over the islands. In addition to the Kona Marketplace
store, there are a number of stores on Maui and O'ahu. The styles sold here are much less flamboyant ...
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