Big Island

July 2, 2009 by  
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Oahu from the air.

Although Oahu is the more commonly known Hawaiian Island and the more popular tourist destination (with Honolulu and Waikiki being located on Oahu), the island of Hawaii, also known as the Big Island, is another popular destination for those who wish to experience the paradise of Hawaii.

The Big Island is the largest and youngest of the eight major islands that make up the Hawaiian archipelago.

According to Hawaiian legend, the island was named for Hawai’iloa, the legendary Polynesian navigator who was believed to be the first person to discover it. With a population of about 200,000, the Big Island is located in the County of Hawaii, and the county seat is Hilo, the Big Island’s largest town located on the eastern coast.

For most of it’s history, the Big Island’s main economic force was sugarcane, but today, like the rest of the State of Hawaii, tourism is the backbone of the island’s economy.

The island is most famous for its volcanoes and black sand beaches, with Hawaii Volcanoes National Park being home to the active volcanoes of Kilauea and Mauna Loa. Kailua-Kona and Hilo are the two major communities on the island, both of which offer great dining, shopping, and entertainment opportunities to residents and visitors.

Other popular attractions throughout the island include Hulihe’e Palace, Imiloa Astronomy Center of Hawaii, Onizuka Space Center, Pacific Tsunami Museum, Pana’ewa Rainforest Zoo, and Rainbow Falls State Park.

Catholic Churches Hawaii

May 21, 2009 by  
Filed under Hawaii Marketplace

Blessed Sacrament

Cathedral Of Our Lady Of Peace

Catholic Campus Ministry

Catholic Diocese

Catholic Diocese

Chuukese Catholic Community

Co-Cathedral Of St Theresa

Hispanic Ministry

Holy Family Parish

Holy Trinity

Korean Catholic Community

Newman Center

Our Lady Of The Mount

Sacred Heart

Saints Peter & Paul Church

St Anthony-Kalihi

St Augustine

St James

St John The Baptist

St Patrick’s Catholic Church

St Philomena’s Early Learning

St Pius X Parish

St Stephen Church

Star Of The Sea Catholic Chr

Vietnamese Catholic Community

Catholic Charities Community

Catholic Charities

Christ The King Church

Christ The King Convent

Holy Rosary Church

Maria Lanakila Parrish

Molokai Catholic Community

Our Lady Queen Of Angels

Scared Hearts Catholic Church

Sacred Heart Church

St Ann’s Church

St Anthony’s Church

St Francis Church

St Joseph’s Church

St Joseph’s Outreach

St Mary’s Church

St Rita’s Church

St Theresa’s Church

Holy Rosary Church

Immaculate Heart Of Mary Chr

Our Lady Of Lourdes Church

Sacred Heart Church

St Anthony’s

St Joseph Church

St Mary Gate Of Heaven

St Theresa Catholic Church

Shopping in Hawaii

May 5, 2008 by  
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Are you looking for a tropical destination to travel to? If so you may want to consider Hawaii. This beautiful state has everything to offer including the finest dining, best shopping, many activities, and shopping beyond the imagination. The views that are offered here are majestic and should only be experienced firsthand.

Depending on which island you are visiting you will have a variety of stores and shops to choose from. Also it will depend on who you are shopping with or what you need. For those who are looking to make a quick trip for items such as toiletries or extra clothes you will be able to find them at your local retail stores.

Each of the islands offers unique shops ranging from expensive clothing boutiques, specialty shops, and electronic stores. Some areas of each island only have small stores while other areas have huge elegant shopping centers. Regardless of your budget you will find a store to shop in. You have the ability to purchase small inexpensive souvenirs or costly art and Hawaiian artifacts. If you are a shopper at heart you will feel right at home in the Hawaiian shopping area. Keep up with your favorite brands and latest trends.

For those looking to cook a fresh meal you will be pleased with the many markets that are setup to supply you with fresh fish and fruits allowing you to prepare a traditional Hawaiian meal of your own.

The shopping experience is endless in Hawaii and can be enjoyed daily.

Ala Moana Shopping Center

May 1, 2008 by  
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Ala Moana Shopping Center offers a variety of stores, eateries, and more to choose from. Shopping will never be the same once you experience what it is like here. Along with beautiful architecture and views this will be a highlight of your trip. If you are vacationing in Hawaii you will definitely need to check out the shopping here.

The Ala Moana Shopping Center was developed with convenience in mind. Tourist and locals flock to the many stores daily from the time they open till the time they close. You will find a variety of retails shops, luxury clothing stores, bakeries, and specialty stores.

For department stores there are some name brand stores such as Sears and Macy’s. You will also find Neiman Marcus, Shirokiya, and Nordstrom. For women’s apparel there is many choices including Abercrombie & Fitch, Ann Taylor, Arden B., Cache, Jeans Warehouse, Chanel Boutique, Spiral Girl, DKNY, and bebe. Menís apparel includes the Banana Republic, Bobby Jones, Gap, Guess, Hollister, Metropark, Puma, Old Navy, and American Eagle Outfitters.

For those looking to shop for accessories you will find a wide array of shops including Alfred Dunhill, Celine, Coach, Fendi, Prada, Swatch, Tumi, Claire’s, Bally, Aldo Accessories, Vera Bradley, and Le Sportsac.

Jewelry stores include Bvlgari, Cartier, Damiani, Folli Follie, Ben Bridge Jeweler, Na Hoku, Jewel Flair, Maui Divers Jewelry, Silver Rhino, Hallmark Jewelers, and Ponte Vecchio Hotta.

This list doesn’t even begin to cover whatís available at the Ala Moana Shopping Center. You will also find childrenís clothing stores, shoe stores, beauty products, salons, stores that sell books and electronics, health shops, and specialty shops. With the variety and affordable pricing your days of shopping will be well above your expectations.