Every surf break on Oʻahu, even the ones that only emerge during historic swells, has a name. And these backstories can be intriguing, clever—or downright
Whether you’re looking for a town to visit on your day-trip through Maui’s northern coastline, are on your way to the Road to Hāna or are looking for
Hau’oli aloha Po’aha. ‘O ka maluhia no me ‘oe.
Happy Thursday. Peace be with you.
When a Hawaiian name is bestowed, a connection is made, a story told, history preserved, someone honored, a hope expressed.
Hawai’i was an independent nation until January 17, 1893. That day, the archipelago and its monarchical government were overthrown illegally by the United States. Since then, the USA has taken over Hawai’i illegitimately, turning the island into a military base that threatens world peace, while sovereignty groups organize to rescue its legitimacy.
Aloha a me ka maikāʻi oʻ kā kākahiāka, ī nā mea a pau ʻia ‘ōukōu kanaka a maikāʻi. Kākou nō ma ka hānā hebedoma hapalua ʻala. Mālāma nēʻe ‘īmua, hula manāwa ʻua ʻaneane ʻaneʻi. Ī kā maikāʻi oʻ kā lā. Nūi ke aloha.
Hello and good morning to all you good people. We are half way through the work week. Keep moving forward, play time is almost here. Have a beautiful day.
ʻUa ʻōla lōkō ī ke aloha. Kokūa ʻaku, kokūa mai. Pēlā kā nohona ʻōhana. ʻŌ kā maluhia nō me ʻoe.
Love gives life within. Watch, observe. Help others and accept help. That is the family way. Peace be with you.