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Reasons To Visit Hawaii
Do you ever wish you had a free ticket that would take you anywhere you want? For example
Brazil, Bahamas, Paris, Italy, or even back in time. If I had a ticket I would love to visit Hawaii.
Some reasons I would personally enjoy visiting Hawaii is for their weather, ocean, volcanoes,
beaches, and of course their food.
Hawaii has great weather all year long. In the summer it tends to be a drier season and in the winter
it's a wetter season. And since there's always great climate you can do plenty of activities. Hawaii
has awesome beaches and beautiful oceans and that's the main reason I would love to visit Hawaii. I
would go scuba diving so I could be able to see fishes, turtles, dolphins, and any other animal living
in the ocean and being able
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Reasons To Visit Hawaii
Visit To Hawaii
What is one place in the world I would like to visit? Hawaii so I could visit the beautiful beaches,,
experience the amazing luaus, and have the thrill of a lifetime at the extraordinary Volcanoes.
The first reason I would like to visit Hawaii has many fun and relaxing beaches the sand warm sand
between your toes and the beautiful sun sets that happen at the best moments and the wildlife that
flourish at the Hawaiian beaches and the Hawaiian regions.
The second reason I would visit Hawaii is the fun activities like luaus because they have good food
and many fun games to do like limbo and hula dance and you get to party into the night with the
Hawaiian people and you get to learn about their culture. Hawaiian culture consist of Ho'oponopono
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Reasons To Visit Hawaii
Hawaii Is No Other Than Hawaii
Tristan Nguyen
Fang Zhou
Survey to U.S History
September 10, 2015
Hawaii
The last state to join the United States is no other than Hawaii. Hawaii is the widest state in the
United States and it stand alone in the Oceania. Hawaii is 10,932 square miles and it the 8th smallest
state in the United States. It located 2,390 miles from California, 3,850 miles from Japan, 4,900
miles from China, and 5,280 miles from the Philippines. The state of Hawaii consists of eight main
islands: Niihau, Kauai, Oahu, Maui, Molokai, Lanai, Kahoolawe and Big Island of Hawaii. These
islands have the biggest mountain range of the world. The Hawaiian islands cover 6,459 square
miles and the land area is 6,423 square miles. The highest poin in Hawaii is Mauna Kea which is
13,796 feet into the sky. The lowest poin in Hawaii is at Pacific Ocean edge. Mauna Loa is the
largest volcanic mountain in the world measures 13,679 ft in volume. The Mean Elevation is 3,03
feet above sea level. The highest temperature is 100 degree Fahrenheit which recored on April 27,
1931 at Pahala. The lowest temperature in Hawaii is 12 degree Fahrenheit recored on May 17, 1979.
The flag of Hawaii was issued by King Kamehameha I in 1816. The eight stripes of white, red and
blue represent the eight main islands of Hawaii. There is also a Union Jack in the upper left corner
of the flag, which honoring the long relationship with the British. The state bird is Nene the
Hawaiian Goose. The state mammal is the Monk Seal. The
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Reasons To Visit Hawaii

  • 1. Reasons To Visit Hawaii Do you ever wish you had a free ticket that would take you anywhere you want? For example Brazil, Bahamas, Paris, Italy, or even back in time. If I had a ticket I would love to visit Hawaii. Some reasons I would personally enjoy visiting Hawaii is for their weather, ocean, volcanoes, beaches, and of course their food. Hawaii has great weather all year long. In the summer it tends to be a drier season and in the winter it's a wetter season. And since there's always great climate you can do plenty of activities. Hawaii has awesome beaches and beautiful oceans and that's the main reason I would love to visit Hawaii. I would go scuba diving so I could be able to see fishes, turtles, dolphins, and any other animal living in the ocean and being able ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 3. Visit To Hawaii What is one place in the world I would like to visit? Hawaii so I could visit the beautiful beaches,, experience the amazing luaus, and have the thrill of a lifetime at the extraordinary Volcanoes. The first reason I would like to visit Hawaii has many fun and relaxing beaches the sand warm sand between your toes and the beautiful sun sets that happen at the best moments and the wildlife that flourish at the Hawaiian beaches and the Hawaiian regions. The second reason I would visit Hawaii is the fun activities like luaus because they have good food and many fun games to do like limbo and hula dance and you get to party into the night with the Hawaiian people and you get to learn about their culture. Hawaiian culture consist of Ho'oponopono ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 5. Hawaii Is No Other Than Hawaii Tristan Nguyen Fang Zhou Survey to U.S History September 10, 2015 Hawaii The last state to join the United States is no other than Hawaii. Hawaii is the widest state in the United States and it stand alone in the Oceania. Hawaii is 10,932 square miles and it the 8th smallest state in the United States. It located 2,390 miles from California, 3,850 miles from Japan, 4,900 miles from China, and 5,280 miles from the Philippines. The state of Hawaii consists of eight main islands: Niihau, Kauai, Oahu, Maui, Molokai, Lanai, Kahoolawe and Big Island of Hawaii. These islands have the biggest mountain range of the world. The Hawaiian islands cover 6,459 square miles and the land area is 6,423 square miles. The highest poin in Hawaii is Mauna Kea which is 13,796 feet into the sky. The lowest poin in Hawaii is at Pacific Ocean edge. Mauna Loa is the largest volcanic mountain in the world measures 13,679 ft in volume. The Mean Elevation is 3,03 feet above sea level. The highest temperature is 100 degree Fahrenheit which recored on April 27, 1931 at Pahala. The lowest temperature in Hawaii is 12 degree Fahrenheit recored on May 17, 1979. The flag of Hawaii was issued by King Kamehameha I in 1816. The eight stripes of white, red and blue represent the eight main islands of Hawaii. There is also a Union Jack in the upper left corner of the flag, which honoring the long relationship with the British. The state bird is Nene the Hawaiian Goose. The state mammal is the Monk Seal. The ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 7. Racism In Hawaii Essay Racism in Hawaii is growing time by time, and it comes from a lot of reason. These arguments are sometimes about history of Hawaii and since Hawaii got mixed race, the other reason is the hatred that grows for each different race, because the way people act to each other today are sometimes end up on the word "racism", this difference on culture beliefs separate everyone on the main focus, which is to grow and to be better at things together. These reasons that gives Hawaii a racism problem is the multiple ethnicity that lives here in Hawaii. Everyone here in Hawaii mostly the Local born used to the term "Haole" to describe the Caucasians throughout 19th century and on. Before, after the Americans captured the land of Hawaii, the local Hawaiian ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 9. Destination Of Hawaii Today, Hawaii is a popular travel destination in America. There are a total of 132 islands and only 8 islands have societies living on them. The other 124 islets are too small for humans to live. The eight main islands are Hawaii, Maui, Kahoolawe, Lanai, Molokai, Oahu, Kauai, and Niihau per Oachs (2014). The Polynesians from the Marquesas Islands, looking for new land, were the first to settle on the Hawaiian Islands bringing new species of animals, plants and vegetables (Oachs, 2014). The population of Tahiti started to migrate to the islands between 500–1400 A.D. From 1400–1778, Hawaiians had no contact with the outside world, because they had no contact their culture thrived. In 1778 Capitan James Cook rediscovered the island and named them ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... I would also go talk to the local communities and find out what their needs are and how the healthcare community is educating the community on health promotions. I have discovered that many healthcare providers just tell the patient to exercise and eat right with no direction. Therefore, talking to the community is the most important key when talking about health. I would also go talk to the local farmers to find out what is native to Hawaii. Eating local and growing your food can help with financial cost and eating healthy. Not only would I discuss healthy eating but ways to exercise each day that doesn't feel like exercise. Such as, riding a bike, taking a hike, walking the beach or neighbor, and playing tag. Finally, I would show an understanding for the culture by not rushing anything and by always including the elders in the education of the community. I would also begin to grow lasting relationships with the community to help promote a healthy ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 11. Essay on Hawaii Hawaii Hawaii is a state that attracts tourists because of its history, geography, entertainment, and culture. It is well known for its volcanoes, beaches, and climate. For these reasons, tourism is the main thing Hawaii is known for. Hawaii was recordivly discovered on January 18, 1778, by 2 explorers, James Cook and Captain Clerke. They went to the shore of Kealakekua Bay, where they were greeted by cheering natives. Later, a native stole one of their boats, so Cook and some marines were going to take the king hostage. The king didn't object to this, but the natives did. There was a brief battle, but by the end of it, Cook was dead, (The Antarctic *http://www.south–pole.com/p0000071.htm*). The King of Hawaii was King ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... About 2,500 Americans and about 60 Japanese, (although it is tough to figure out how many Japanese), people died at this site. After rebuilding from the attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii took a turn for the better. In 1959, Hawaii became part of the United States of America. This did wonders for the economy, (as far as plantation farming for sugar and pineapples). It also saw more people coming in as a fact of tourism. In 1959, two hundred forty three thousand people visited Hawaii, (Borreca A10). No one would've ever expected the now five million people a year tourist industry. People go there to see historical site such as Pearl Harbor. There are six main islands in Hawaii anyone can visit. They are Kauai, Oahu, Maui, Molokai, Lanai, and the Big Island of Hawaii, (they are listed from west to east). The capital, Honolulu, is located on Oahu. The most populated island is Hawaii, the main island, but the most populated city is Honolulu. All of the islands have a vast amount of topography, but mostly the same climate. The temperature there is mostly between 70 and 90 degrees all year round, fluctuating between levels of land, weather being sea levels or beings the volcano levels. Hawaii has valleys, oceans, mountains, plains, craters, and just about everything you can think of. The temperature is one of the main tourist attractions, as well as the sandy beaches and volcanoes. When a person goes to Hawaii for a vacation, they would ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 13. Hawaii Persuasive Essay Over several generations, the people living in Hawaii have negatively altered our islands, which has resulted in an unsustainable environment. Most people living in Hawaii are not practicing sustainability. The things they have are taken for granted, and they usually don't think twice before acting in ways that will harm the environment, such as littering, wasting food, and hiking off trails. They do not understand that they are disrespecting the ecosystem with such actions. All of these factors determine whether or not Hawaii is a sustainable island. "The world's most isolated chain of islands, Hawaii imports nearly 90 percent of its food at a cost of more than $3 billion a year."– Food Independence Could Be a Matter of Survival for the U.S.' Most Isolated State. We only produce 10% of our own food. Fifty years from now if nothing is done about our reliance on imports and our lack of sustainability, I foresee that fossil fuels and other necessary goods will be rationed. The ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... What if you could prevent that from happening? What if you could be the one to make a change in Hawaii now? The good news is, by doing simple things, you can have a positive impact on this issue. My solution to this problem is to have all students in Hawaii take a mandatory interactive class about sustainability. The class material would be adapted for each grade level. Students will learn about the problems that Hawaii is facing, and then be encouraged to help in various ways. They will also develop sustainable habits. The students will have the opportunity to visit places, such as windmill farms, and local farming companies that practice sustainable agriculture. They will learn to produce their own food by planting a community garden. By experiencing this, as these students grow up, they will have knowledge about the problems that are occurring in Hawaii. With this information, they can educate other people, spread the word, and help to make Hawaii a better ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 15. Essay on American Hawaii American Hawaii American Hawaii Hawaii is known for its beautiful beaches, it’s nice year–round weather, and its culture. Thousands of vacationers come to Hawaii each year to get away from the stressful city and relax. But do they know how cruel the Americans were to the natives? Do they know how we corrupted their culture and their religion? Do they know how Hawaii really became a state? Probably not. When most people think of Hawaii, they think of happy Hawaiian babes hula dancing and palm trees swaying in the warm breeze. Hawaii has still held on to many of their traditions although they were invaded by Americans. But you have to go to a museum to see their old way of life. Hawaii is now populated mostly by Americans. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... These religious radicals started a domino affect of the Hawaiian religion. The Hawaiians destroyed and burned their feared idols. The people who still held on the old belifes were murdered. This goes to show how a religion can either hold a society together or tear it apart. Henry Obookiah was born in Hawaii. His family was murdered in a war between neighboring islands. He decided to find a new life in America, so he hopped aboard a trading ship and landed in New England. Obookiah stayed with a Christian family and went to a foreign mission school. Obookiah was taught to be a good Christian gentlemen. He told Americans about the religious chaos in Hawaii saying: "Hawaii gods; the wood– they burn. Me go home, put em in a fire, burn ‘em up. They no see, no hear, no anything. We make ‘em. Our god, He make us"(The Hawaiian Islands P. 30). Christian New Englanders were amazed by Obookiah’s enlightenment in America. New England Christians were motivated to spread the faith into Hawaii. The first American settlers were Christian missionaries from New England. The Missionaries came to the Hawaiian shores aboard the Thaddeus on March 31, 1819. The Americans were treated very well by the natives. They were eager to learn from the missionaries. Without the strict supervision of their former gods and superstitions, Hawaiians were celebrating new freedom. They drank, they partied, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 17. Kahuku Hawaii History Kahuku Hawaii has many different things in it. Some things kahuku has is the beautiful of its surroundings and the land that is around it. Year around people enjoy the fresh air and the hawaiian sun beating down. People enjoy Hawaii all year round. In the 1800's around 300,000 Hawaiians lived there as the first europeans too. what they called the great king when the place waited for very few of foreigners placed food on the shore. It was said that it happened when the Hawaiian Islands were united as one under the King's rules. In the 1900's In the earlier communities in Kahuku the beautiful land brung many different people like Asians, Europeans, and americans came to enjoy the beauty of the place. Still in the 1900's the land of hawaii ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Because of the low Manufacturing rate most goods are shipped to Hawaii by a cargo ship. The Constitution was signed and was put into use in the 1950's when the islands were still a territory, when the Constitution was signed Hawaii had become the 50th state. Hawaii adopted their first Constitution in the 1840's. The constitution consisted of a legislative, executive, and a supreme court. The population decreased in size due to diseases and different other things ("Kahuku"). The United States built camps on Hawaii a many of hawaiians fought in europe as volunteers for the war. In 1941 to 1944 hawaii was under a martial law and was there through what little fighting was left in the area. The last sugar plantation finally shut down in 2016, when the plantation shut down it caused many of people that worked there to become without a job. A lot of golf courses are around Hawaii, there are also water parks and attractions. The second world war ruined hawaii being the number one supplier of sugar cane in the sugar industries. The sugar plantation stopped also due to the attack on pearl harbor that they were using as a trading spot and transporting goods from place to place.SO with that all of that happening the sugar that was being refined couldn't be shipped anywhere. All around Kahuku Hawaii are gift shops and a couple malls that have things that show the culture they have. Many mexican restaurants surround Hawaii also. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 19. The Importance Of Traveling To Hawaii If I had a ticket to go anywhere in the world I would go to Hawaii and take my family to have a memorable time there and experience new things. My parents have dreamt of going to Hawaii one day to just see how it really is to see people dancing, and see crystal clear aqua blue beaches. Hawaii has been one of my childhood places i've always wanted to experience growing up. Many people around the globe have always said many positive comments about traveling to Hawaii. As growing up i've learned more and more about fun things to. For example, Hawaii's active volcano is currently active to this day. Many citizens from parts of state have to evacuate from their area to move to a different location due to the volcano erupting. Hawaii has many rainforests, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 21. Going To Hawaii Essay Have you ever been to Hawaii? Or,have you have ever wanted to go somewhere really bad like Rio or California? Well,I have I really want to go to Hawaii it is so beautiful and so peaceful and what I have heard that everyone down there is super nice and help you out so much. The scenery is one of the reasons I would love to go to Hawaii.Like the blue sea that you can see through and all of the warm weather.I would love to see all of the caves that are really deep and cool looking;and all of the different scenery that they have compared to U.S. Everything online and in pictures can be fake so I think it would be so much prettier in person.The forest is so big and all of the swamp land is so pretty and everything is different than in the U.S but I would like to see all the things they have the same. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... These are some of the things that I would love to see and eat and to see how to prepare for something that could happen and daily struggles,that they have.I hope that you can see why I would love to go to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 23. Hawaii Memoir America is often called the melting pot of cultures, welcoming various cultures and traditions, but the real gem that holds this title is located in the Pacific ocean. This place is called Hawaii and it is a place I am so proud to be from. The culturally diverse atmosphere of Hawaii has grown deep into my bones to become a part of what I am and what inspires me. From the rich languages that drift through this land to the many laughs and the smell of many mouthwatering foods that is carried through the air to various cultures and ethnicities blend together to create a beauty similar to the famous hawaiian sunsets. Seeing that Hawaii is such a diverse location it has introduced me to so many cultures I have fell in love with, many traditions ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Why would one choose such a job course that offers average pay? Why not aspire to become a doctor or a lawyer?This has been a question I have encountered many times when sharing my plan on becoming a tesol teacher. But something these people that have said that failed to realize is that life has such a greater purpose than oneself and one's own success. Yes to aspire to be successful in life is great, but to define "being successful" as the amount of one's salary seems superficial to me. From my perspective success is abe to be measured in anything you may find important in your life. The type of successful life I want to lead is to be able to change others lives for the better. To give them a tool to be able to help themselves to help them improve their lives to accomplish their dreams. For me, my success in life will be measured upon how many lives I was able to help get to their ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 25. Outside Influence On The Hawaii Outside Influences Negatively Impact Hawaii Widely known as "paradise", Hawaii is a desired place to live and vacation. Families, couples, and individuals come to take part in the temperate weather and beautiful beaches. However, Hawaii now is nothing like it use to be – the real history behind this popular chain of islands is rarely told to visitors. Back in early Hawaiian times, Hawaii was self–sufficient, independent, and gorgeous all around. The number of Native Hawaiians flourished, and everyone helped contribute to the community. All that changed, however, when outsiders began to settle here in Hawaii. Although the different outside influences may have brought some positivity to Hawaii, the negative side of their arrival overwhelmingly defeats it. Upon his expedition on January 18, 1778, English explorer Captain Cook was the first European to discover the Hawaiian Islands. While commanding the Resolution and Discovery to explore the Northwest Passage, Cook and his crew stumbled upon O'ahu and Kaua'i. Native Hawaiians did not perceive these British sailors as a threat, and in fact "Greeted [Captain Cook] as a sacred high chief or god" ("Captain Cook" para 1). However, they were not fully aware of the effects of his arrival. According to Peter Pirie, a Professor of Geography at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, "...the two Cook visits refer to the problem of venereal diseases among the crews... [to] their transmission from the newcomers to the Hawaiian population" (75). ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 27. Hawaii Marine Life Hawaii is surrounded by crystal clear and refreshing water. There are many types of marine life that are swimming around in the beautiful waters of Hawaii, such as green sea turtles, humpback whales, and manta rays. Marine–related tourism is a mainstay of Hawaii's economy and is consistently cited as having the best diving destinations and top beaches in the world. Hawaii's marine realm is outstandingly rich and highly unique. Twenty–five percent of coral reef fish alone do not exist anywhere else on earth. When corals, algae, reef fish and other species are included, up to 62% of Hawaii's marine species are found solely in Hawaii. The Hawaiian Green Sea Turtle is one of the first turtle species ever discovered in Hawaii. The can be spotted ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Humpback whales can grow to be up to 60 feet in length, and they can weigh as much as 40 tons. Most of the time for humpback whales, the female is longer and heavier that the males (Badertscher). Humpback whales roam all over the world, they will be found in different places depending on what time of the year. Humpbacks typically travel alone or in small groups, called pods, consisting of two or three whales. When whales are together, they communicate with each other and travel together, and moms and their young even touch fins as a possible sign of endearment. The whales back are largely flat with a small dorsal fin located down the far side of its back, however when they are swimming the humpback may arch its back and flukes causing its back to look like a large hump. Sometimes they even help each other hunt. This large Hawaiian marine mammal is part of the baleen whale family and is known to eat a few different small preys such as squid, red fish, tuna, pollock, haddock, mackerel, capelin, salmon and many other types of small fish. The humpback whales large diet makes these whales one of the most diverse eaters within the baleen whale family. While the adult humpback whale is known for its unique diet the baby humpback whales start their journey by consuming milk, which they suck from their mother's nipples until they reach a point where they can hunt for food and survive on their own. Humpback ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 29. Hawaii And Tourism : Hawaii Hawaii and Tourism Hawaii is located in the central Pacific Ocean; it is one of the many islands in Polynesia. It is composed of eight main islands: Niihau, Kauai, Oahu, Molokai, Lanai, Kahoolawe, Maui and the Island of Hawaii, the island of Hawaii being the largest island of the eight (see attached map). According to the census bureau, as of 2014, Hawaii 's population is approximately 1,419,561 with Native Hawaiians forming only 10% of the population; in order to be considered a Native Hawaiian you must have one native great–grandparent (2014 United States Census Bureau). Hawaii's official languages are English and Hawaiian. Hawaii was first occupied by people coming from the Marquesas Islands approximately 1500 years ago followed by people from Tahiti. In 1778 Captain Cook arrived in Hawaii finding approximately 300,00 Hawaiians there. In the 1850's Hawaiians worked in sugar cane plantations. In 1983 Queen Liliuokalani was deposed and in 1900 Hawaii became a United States Territory. Fifty–nine years later, in 1959, Hawaii became the 50th state of the United States. Tourism plays a huge role in Hawaii's culture; it is a big part of its economy and social life. This paper will be discussing Hawaii's tourism and it's effects. Hawaii is a beautiful island and it didn't take long for people to realize it could be a lucrative business venture. Hawaii's tourism began, as "bourgeois desires for contact with the rejuvenating "primitive"" became something that interested ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 31. The Statehood of Hawaii On the 21st of August 1959, a small colony of inhabited Polynesian volcanic rock located in the middle of the Pacific Ocean became the 50th state named "Hawai'i". Before Hawai'i became the 50th State, foreigners from the United States attempted to annex Hawai'i from its people and the Hawaiian Monarch for political and military gains. It all started as far back as 1893 when Hawai'i was ruled by Hawaiian Kings and Queens. All three attempts at annexation the United States Diplomats and foreigners failed until 1959 when Hawai'i declared Statehood. The United States Government and its political leaders celebrated along with a small portion of native islanders but sadden and dismayed the majority of native people felt it's island being stolen ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The third attempt at having The Kingdom of Hawai'i annexed was a false claim by the United States declaring Hawai'i territory of the United States because it was a Neutral State. The United States Congress and President McKinley signed into law a Joint Resolution, which they claimed Hawai'i annexed by the United States of America and was now U.S. territory; this claim was a violation of war between the Hawaiian Kingdom and the United States. The United States claimed due to concern Hawai'i might become part of the European Nation's Empire they needed resolution claiming Hawaii's Annexation. But Hawai'i disputed the claim stating Hawai'i could not be annexed thru a Joint Resolution and that a Joint Resolution is not a treaty; it is a congressional act on behalf of the United States. The congressional act can only affect U.S. territory and Hawai'i was not a U.S. territory or state to be claimed Three attempts were made and none were successful, furthermore while the Republic of Hawai'i was making every attempt to annex Hawai'i they were caught in the deception, each attempt was being covered up by other political groups from the United States Government that was in favor of the annexation. Since the statehood of Hawai'i was declared in 1959, many native Hawaiians continue to protest the annexation of Hawai'i and rebut that Hawai'i was ever acquired legally by the United States of America. However the writings and evidence that have ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 33. Visit To Hawaii There is always one place someone wants to go visit from hearing about it from a friend or seeing pictures online. The place I want to visit over any place in the entire world is Hawaii because of all the tropical foods, sunny beaches and so many activities to do. Such as, hiking to a waterfall and jumping in or going on a tour around the island in a helicopter. One reason I want to visit Hawaii is because the beaches look amazing, and the beaches have so many things to do. If I went I would go to the beaches on the bay first, to practice surfing and play games on the beach. I would play wiffle ball, ultimate Frisbee and pass a football around, or lacrosse ball. Wiffle ball is a lot of fun because I hit the ball to the ground a lot, so I dive to get the base. Ultimate frisbee is hard to play on the beach because of the wind, so I dive to catch almost every throw. After a couple of days I'd switch to the ocean side of Hawaii to go body boarding, boogie boarding, and surfing. Boogie boarding is more fun with bigger waves because I get to ride the wave for a longer time. Bodyboarding is tough for me to catch a wave, but is amazing once I finally catch one. Surfing is a little tricky to stand up and is much easier for me to stay up once I get the hang of it. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Coconuts are delicious and can be great to eat on the beach because they're drinkable and edible . The coconut is great as a cup or use it as a decoration in my hotel or house. Pineapples are grown in Hawaii naturally so they are fresh and would taste amazing. Also, I could put them on a kabob and roast them over a fire and have that a dinner. If I were to hold a party or get together, pineapples would be great to put on toothpicks and serve them. Or as a target and hit the pineapple with a lacrosse ball to increase my ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 35. Hawaii: The Perfect Place Haven't you thought of having the opportunity of living in a perfect place? Today your dreams can come true with the facts of everything you need to be told. Lets step off and say aloha to this beautiful island that you could soon be living a whole new life in. Hawaii is the best place to live your life because the beautiful environment and peaceful surroundings. With Hawaii's beautiful environment the marine realm is incredibly outstanding and highly unique. In the coral reef 25% of the fish alone are endemic, as in the fish there don't exist anywhere else in the world except for the amazing islands of Hawaii. When you add in corals, algae, macroinvertebrates, reef fish and other species the percent raises to 62% of species solely found ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... There climates include mild temperatures throughout the year, with warm and gentle trade winds. Hawaii really only has two seasons summer from May to October and winter from November to April. Hawaiians named the warmer seasons ¨Kau¨ when the sun is almost directly overhead and the weather is warmer and drier while the wind is blowing mostly from the northeast. They also named the cooler seasons ¨Ho´olio¨ when the sun is lower in the South, and the winds are more noticeable, while there is more rainfall and mostly cloudy. Temperatures in the summer range from 79–83 temperatures never rarely get over 90 and never get below 60. This sounds like perfect weather if you ask me! Hawaii's longest days are about 13.5 hours and the shortest are about 11 hours since it is located closer to the Equator. While the three tallest mountains Mauna Loa, Mauna Kea, and Haleakala receive snow during the winter months. If your someone that also wants snow while having warm weather then you could easily live on one of those three mountains in Hawaii. Hawaii does receive rain often, but many say the rain isn't how it is in other places the rain is light and calming now hard rain to where you still cant enjoy your days. Hawaii does have volcanoes it sounds unsafe but many are inactive, and the one that are active nearly only happen very often within long period of time between eruptions. All these facts about climate are mostly very amazing the only thing to watch out for is the eruptions of volcanoes but if you need to evacuate the island you will be told before anything extreme happens if it is suppose to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 37. Hawaii The last state admitted into the United States so far is Hawaii. Hawaii became the 50th state in 1959. The Hawaiian Islands were settled by the Polynesians first, about 2000 years ago. Then, in 1778, James Cook stopped in the Hawaiian Islands on his way to China. This is the first time the Westerners find out about Hawaii. After that, American ships began settling there, in the early 1800's. From there, American missionaries come to the Hawaiian Islands, and they wanted to convert the Hawaiians to Christianity. Over time, Americans became very trusted advisors for the rulers. Eventually, in 1840, America would help Hawaii write their first Constitution. This helps them become even closer with the Native Hawaiians. 10 years later, the sugar ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Later on, in 1891, King David Kalakaua dies, and his sister, Liliuokalani becomes Queen. However, she only stayed queen for 2 years. This was because, unlike her brother, she had the courage to reject the new Constitution the Americans forced upon them. The Americans didn't like that she tried to limit their power, so there were American marines sent in to protect the Americans. Queen Liliuokalani gave up her throne, when faced with guns, to avoid any more bloodshed. So, Queen Liliuokalani only got 2 years to serve as Queen. Then, in 1898, Hawaii is annexed by President McKinley. Some people had been wanting to annex Hawaii sooner, but President Grover Cleveland did not allow it. 2 years after this, Hawaii finally becomes an American territory. At this time, 1900, about ¼ of the population of Hawaii was made up of people born in Japan, because of the imported workers coming from other countries. About 60 years after Hawaii became an American territory, Hawaii becomes a state. Hawaii is declared the 50th state in the United States in 1959, partly due to all of the Americans and imported workers that came that increased the population. All in all, Americans had a big role in Hawaii's evolution, and helped it become an American ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 39. Characteristics Of Hawaii Hawaii is the 50th state to become apart of the USA. Hawaii became an official state on August 21, 1959. Hawaii has many beautiful attractions and landscapes that bring people's attention. The warm tropical climate and cooling stations bring many attractions. The original flag was made to represent a king named Kamehameha. The eight stripes represent the main eight islands, that make up Hawaii. The sign at the top left corner represents how Hawaii has a good relationship with the British. The flag was adopted during May, 1845 to February, 1893. Hawaii's main attractions are the beaches, volcano natural parks, cooling stations, and some traditional dances. The most popular beach in Hawaii is the Waikiki, beach. Its right in front of the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 41. Hawaii Research Paper In what state can you see dry lava or go ski on an island. Hawaii, of course! Hawaii is one of the 50 states with many interesting facts The land and climate of Hawaii is as varied as the people who live there. In Hawaii weather varies and can be raintine two miles away where it is sunny. Hawaii is near the equator so it is tropically warm and consistent through the year. Typically, December, January, and February are the coldest months. Most of Hawaii's rainfall falls overnight. Hawaii is known for its beaches ,but did you know most of the sand in Hawaii is black or pink. You can also go hiking see volcanoes or hike up mountains. Volcano Kilauea's lava flows from the town of Kalapana east of the park. Hawaii's Big Island Mauna Kea is the tallest sea mountain and is an optional spot for stargazing. Did you know the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Hawaii produces many different kinds many different kinds of products from there natural resources. Hawaii is known for its rich soil. They grown many fruits and vegetables. Just to name a few they grow are sugarcane, pineapple, and guava. Hawaii's fertilized soil is made up of lava ash and soft, sandstone. Another, natural resource that comes from the ocean is fish. Hawaii's ocean is filled with fish and much more marine life. Hawaii also grows coffee beans and uses sugarcane as food or as a traditional drink. They also sell flowers and put them in their hair. Hawaii also uses its air as a resource. Hawaii's air is one of the cleanest in the world. Scientist use it to study because Hawaii's wind is trade wind. One of the things that makes Hawaii a lot of money are its beaches, volcanoes, and wildlife. The ocean is also one the largest things that make Hawaii such a tourist attraction. Hawaii made $162,000,000 just off tourism in 2008.Hawaii's unique geology is an important factor in the state's economy and, as all the Hawaiian islands are volcanic, its very ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 43. Essay On Hawaii Hawaii Aloha, welcome to the paradise to the pacific. All though these volcanic islands mostly have very green and tropical vegetation. There is a total of eight islands with the island of Hawaii being the biggest and Oahu island being the main one. Hawaii was the 50th state and enter the union on August 21, 1959. There so much more stuff that happened that most people don't know about the islands. Around 1200 Tahitian exploders found and began settling the area as well. Polynesian settlers to the 10th century. So then the Hawaiian civilization would be separated from the rest of the world for another 500 years until the arrival of the British. The americans within the kingdom government rewrote the constitution, severely curtailing the power of king "david" Kalakaua and the rights of Native Hawaiians to vote. Queen Liliuokalani attempted to restore the the old royal powers in 1893 and was overthrown by business with help from the US military. On the night of February 13th one of the two long boats were stolen by the Hawaiians. Cook tried to kidnap the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Pele's curse says that any visitor who takes rock or sand away from the Hawaii islands will suffer bad luck until the native Hawaiian elements are returned. The warning is ubiquitous in Hawaii, but it is a modern legend and some people attribute it to a disgruntled park ranger who was sick of people carting off rocks on his watch. Still others think tour guides made up the curse to discourage tourists from bringing dirt and sand onto the buses. Either way, each year hundreds of visitors send packages back to Hawaii full of rocks, sand, and other natural materials in an effort to relieve their consciences and change their luck. Also another one i found was, Don't Take Pork Across The Pali witch ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 45. Hawaii Plantation Workers Filipino immigrants came to Hawaii in search of better financial opportunities. They were recruited for new work on Hawaii plantations when the Hawaii Sugar Planters Association began finding cheap labor. Thousands began flocking to Hawaii for a new, glamorous job in paradise. But did the immigrants future hold prosperity and happiness? Unfortunately, the reality of working on the plantation was not what they expected. Work on the plantation was harsh, tedious and hot. The history of sugar plantations was also known for riots and strikes. This was not the life Filipino immigrants were expecting. Filipinos began migrating to Hawaii in 1907 (University of Hawaii, n.d.). By the year 1919, the total was over 10,000 Filipino immigrants (University ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In the case of a strike, another group would be used as replacement labor to break the strike. (University of Hawaii, n.d.). Filipinos were used as scab labor to replace the Japanese during the Great Strike of 1909 (University of Hawaii, n.d.) . This brought a massive amount of sakadas to Hawaii (University of Hawaii, n.d.). The Japanese and Filipinos united in a strike in 1920 which lasted 6 months. (University of Hawaii, n.d.). The strike ended and workers received increased wages, suppression of wage differentials and even changes in the bonus system (University of Hawaii, n.d.). Workers took on several forms of resistance such as arson, assault and recalcitrance (University of Hawaii, n.d.). Ronald Takaki was a man who did another study of Hawaii plantations, he stated that workers showed work slowdown, laziness and inefficiency. (University of Hawaii, n.d.). Although, Takaki also noted that fear kept them from even trying resistance (University of Hawaii, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 47. Summary Of The Conquest Of Hawaii After reading the article, "The Conquest of Hawaii," my understanding of how Hawaii became a part of the United States has changed drastically. Originally, I had thought that Hawaii was conquered by the Europeans with reckless violence and torture towards the Hawaiians like how the Europeans conquered the Native American's land. I also had thought that the modern Hawaiian attitudes towards becoming U.S. citizens were narrow minded and hard headed because it was their land that the Europeans were taking away. After reading the article, I learned that Hawaii wasn't automatically conquered, but violence did occur and the Hawaiian's attitude towards annexation was supportive. According to the article, the conquest of the Hawaii started when a group ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... As a result, thousands of commoners arrived Hawaii to cut and haul sandalwood to the beaches. Food production suffered and starvation left many Natives in violent deaths. By 1843, whalers arrived Hawaii about the same time as the missioners did and by that time whaling became common in Hawaii. While Hawaiian merchants and chiefs got richer from the whaling industry, most Native Hawaiians suffered greatly. Hawaiians were excellent merchants, and young men were hired as sailors. Large numbers of native sailors on their journey did not return. Prostitution flourished, and native women were left barren by the very diseases spread by others. In 1778, when Cook arrived the Islands, the native population decreased to 200,000 and 300,000. In the 1830s, the sugar industry was introduced to Hawaii and by the mid–19th century, the production of sugar flourished in Hawaii. American missioners and planters brought about great changes to political, cultural, economic, and religious life, and in 1840 a constitutional monarchy was established, stripping the Hawaii monarchy's ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 49. Hawaii Creole English By Hawaii Pidgin Hawaii creole english, or in other words "pidgin," is based on the english language, but also containing words from many other languages. Some of those languages include Hawaiian, Japanese, Portuguese, and more. Hawaii pidgin english is widely used in everyday conversations, television shows, and advertisements. Hawaii creole english was created many years ago, but is used by a large number of people on the Hawaiian islands, as well as on the mainland. Hawai'i creole english was first established around the 1800's, when Hawaii started recruiting laborers from all over the globe to work on the sugar plantations. The laborers consisted of people from China, Portugal, Japan, Korea, Puerto Rico, Russia, Spain, the Philippines, and other countries (Hargrove, Sakota, and Siegel 1). Since there were such a diverse group of people, they all spoke different languages. Which made it hard for them to communicate. Thus, Hawai 'i creole english was soon developed and became the primary source of communication among all the different ethnic groups (Thompson 1). During the plantations, the children born during that time period were starting to attend school. That is when many of them first came into contact with standard english, since majority of them already spoke hawaii pidgin (Scanlan 1). Ever since the plantations, more than half of Hawaiis population today speak pidgin. Majority of the Hawaii pidgin comes from the english language, but are also contained from other languages. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 51. Hawaii Essay Hawaii: Paradise Island Specific Purpose: To inform my audience about the physical geography, history and culture of Hawaii. Central Idea: We will see that Hawaii is a special place, by looking at its physical geography, history, and culture. Introduction I. What comes to mind when you think of palm trees, beautiful beaches, luaus and hula dances? A. Hawaii B. The "Aloha" state. II. Do you know what aloha means? A. Aloha is the Hawaiian word ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... 2. Other tropical fruit grown in Hawaii are: bananas, coconut, guava, and papaya. 3. Macadamia nuts and coffee beans as well. (Transition: Now we will look at the history and population of Hawaii.) II. Hawaii was first inhabited about two thousand years ago. A. Polynesians from Marquesas Island was the first to live there. 1. They were short. 2. About 800 years later, another group of Polynesians from Tahiti also came to reside in Hawaii. 3. They were tall. B. Honolulu has the only royal palaces in the United States. 1. King Kalakaua built the Iolani Palace 2. Queen Liliuokalani's throne. 3. Queen Emma Summer Palace located outside of Honolulu. C. According to the 2000 census, 1,211,537 people live in Hawaii. 1. Asians and Pacific Islanders make up 61.9 percent of the population in Hawaii. 2. On the other hand, the remaining 38.1 percent of Hawaii's population is comprised of Native Hawaiians,
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  • 54. Hawaii Research Paper Sand, sun, and surf are the three main things that come to one's mind when they think about Hawaii. Known for its beautiful and tropical scenery, Hawaii has become one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. From dancing the hula to eating their traditional foods, it is clear to see why people love the differing culture of the state. In fact, Hawaii is the only state in the United States that is immense with Polynesian culture. Many elements of what makes Hawaii so appealing, and somewhat foreign, are the Polynesian influences on the islands. Polynesians were the first settlers to come to Hawaii around a thousand years ago, which explains the cultural similarities ("A Brief History of Hawaii"). Captain Cook, an Englishman, discovered ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In all parts of Hawaii, aloha, which means love the spirit of giving, is practiced on the road and in life. ("Hawaii Vacations, Travel Guide & Information"). In busy cities and towns in other parts of the United States, people are usually rude when driving. This is usually because they are in a hurry, impatient, or just in a bad mood that day. When this happens, they tend to honk their horn at other people, cut off cars, and does not let anyone merge into a lane in traffic. In Hawaii, the driving etiquette is much different; you will rarely ever hear someone honk their horn and make you feel rushed to move faster. People always stop at stop signs to let people walk through and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 56. My Hawaii Vacation When I learned that my family and I would be going to Hawaii, I looked forward to going to the beach, sightseeing, and the warm weather. I never knew that this vacation would end up teaching me valuable life lessons. It was the summer of 2014 when I went to Hawaii, and I was so excited because I love traveling and I had always wanted to go there. There is a six hour time difference which was hard to get used to because we ended up landing in Hawaii at what would have been four in the morning in Ohio. Before we landed in Hawaii, the vacation did not start off very well. When we arrived at the airport in Los Angeles for our connecting flight, we were kept on the plane for almost an hour, even though our layover was only forty–five minutes. We knew we did not have much time anyways; but after the delay, we thought we would miss the only flight to Hawaii that night. When we were finally able to get off the plane, a girl around the age of twenty–five who was on the flight was yelling at everyone and trying to push everyone out of the way so she could get out first. She ended up getting off the plane before us even though she was sitting in the very back. Because of this, we could not find my brother when we got into the airport. However, the airport security workers were telling us to just run to the gate. At the gate, we found my brother who was already there talking to the flight attendant. They ended up having to delay the flight to let us on. I was surprised ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 58. Hawaii Language Essay As a child, around the age of five, I became friends with the children of a family that had just moved to our neighborhood from Hawaii. The parents would occasionally make statements in a language that the children could not speak. I realize now that they were making these statements in Hawaiian, although they did not speak the language fluently, and their children did not speak the language at all. Unfortunately, this loss of language from one generation to the next has been quite common in Hawaii since the early nineteen–hundreds when the influence of the United States resulted in institutionalized language death. Hawaiian language, also known as Ōlelo Hawai'I, is a Marquesic language related to other Oceanic languages of the Eastern Malayo–Polynesian group in the Austronesian language family. Hawaiian is a language with no known dialects, however, some linguists note that there is a slight distinction between Hawaiian spoken throughout the islands, and Hawaiian spoken at the university. The language is named, "Hawaiian," after the group of islands where it was first developed and recognized; Hawaii is a volcanic archipelago located in the Central Pacific, hence the language relation to other Oceanic languages (UCLA, Language Materials Project). Previous to the influence of the United States, there were a reported 400,000 to 800,000 Native Hawaiian speakers living in Hawaii. Hawaiian developed as a solely oral language, with a rich tradition of storytelling and music. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 60. The Importance Of Moving To Hawaii Moving to Hawaii is a dream come true for many people. With sandy beaches as far as you can see and diverse, exciting culture and foods to explore, the Hawaiian Islands provide spectacular views and fun things to do for everyone. The actual moving process requires a lot more planning than moving to a new state in the continental United States though. The residential moving experts at S & S Delivery Inc, located in Honolulu, HI, answer some frequently asked questions about moving to Hawaii. Moving to Hawaii FAQ What Does It Cost to Ship My Car to Hawaii? It can cost between $1,000 and $1,500 to ship your car to the Hawaiian Islands, but the price varies based on the size of your car, the location you are shipping it to, and the shipping method. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 62. Hawaii Research Paper Rudy Toepfer Mr. Gentzler History 8 1/20/15 Hawaii Introduction Hawaii is the most recent state to join the union. It is located in the Pacific Ocean. It is known for its beautiful beaches and nature. Statistics Hawaii's state motto is "Ua Mau ke Ea o ka Aina i ka Pono", which means the life of the land is perpetuated in righteousness. Hawaii was accepted into statehood on August 21, 1959. Hawaii's capital is Honolulu with a population of 374,658. Hawaii has a population of 1,419,561. In the 2010 census 38.6% of people were White, 38.6% were Asian, 10% were Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander, 1.6% was Black, 1.5% were other races and 23.6% were 2 or more races. Hawaii's largest cities are: Honolulu (371,657), Pearl City, Manana (47,698), Hilo (43,263), ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... They started the Republic Of Hawaii. They became a US territory five years later. In the 1900's most of the Hawaiian economy was based on sugar and pineapple plantations, which brought in Japanese, Chinese, Filipino and Portuguese immigrants. On December 9, 1941, during WWII, Japan attacked the American military base Pearl Harbor and brought the United States into the war. Hawaii gained statehood on August 21, 1959. Government Hawaii has a Bicameral Legislature, and has 25 senators and 51 representatives. Senators have four year terms, while legislators have two year terms, neither have term limits. Sessions last for 60 days. The attorney general is David M. Louie. The Judiciary branch includes a Supreme Court, an appellate court, circuit courts, and district courts. The state is primarily democratic. The current governor is David Ige and the lieutenant governor is Shan S. Tsutsui who are both democrats. Hawaii's Senators are Brian Schatz and Mazie Hirono. The US representatives are Tulsi Gabbard and Mark Takai. They are both democrats. The current US president, Barak Obama was born in ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 64. Hawaii Volcanoes Essay There are many different types of volcanoes in the United States. Composite, Ciner and Shield are the three types of volcanoes. Over the history of Hawaii, covering about 85 million years, there have been 129 volcanoes formed due to the hot spot and of that 129, 123 of them are extinct or seamounts. In Hawaii today, there are currently five active volcanoes, Lo'ihi, Kilauea, Mauna Loa, Hualalai and Haleakala. Lo'ihi is the only underwater volcano in Hawaii; the other four volcanoes are above sea level. Kilauea is a hyperactive shield type volcano. Volcanoes are mainly found where tectonic plates are diverging or converging. The Mid Ocean Ridge is an example of divergent tectonic plates pulling apart, where the Ring of Fire is an example of convergent tectonic plates pushing together. Hawaii today is comprised of many different volcanoes with several different volcano types. The Hawaiian Islands spread over 1,500 miles in the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Lo'ihi is an underground seamount which reaches about 3,000 meters above the sea floor. Before, people did not consider Lo'ihi to be an active volcano, instead just a common old seamount volcano, the same type to surround the islands of Hawaii. After doing some research it was discovered that this volcano was in fact an active one, instead of an old dead seamount. "In August 1996 Lo'ihi volcano rumbled to life again with a vengeance and has been intermittently active since. In fact, University of Hawaii scientists studying the seamount following the 1996 seismic swarm have found direct evidence of a volcanic eruption there in 1996, making this the first confirmed historical eruption of the seamount." (Ken Rubin and Brian Glazer, 2014). Today, Lo'ihi remains quiet but in recent years such as in 2005, Lo'ihi had about 100 earthquakes beneath her and in 2006 she had an earthquake reported with a magnitude of 5.1 and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 66. What Is Hawaii Today? Hawaii is a beautiful string of island that was formed from volcano the first settlers came to the island around 300 A.D. Not much happened on the island from 300–1700 but in the latter half of the 1700s some very important event occurred that would make Hawaii the place it is today. In 1778 a man named Captain James Cook came to the islands of Hawaii and this was the start of this was the start of the building Hawaii into the place we know it as today. the Hawaii welcome Cook and his men even though Cook and his men were horrible guests when the men found out that the native people were amazed by the ships and there use of iron they started to trade iron nails to the people in exchange for food and women. Cook left with his men and kept ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 68. Summary: The Annexation Of Hawaii Hawaii is known for is crystal clear water, its tropical climate, and its Breathtaking scenery. Hawaii after annexation and statehood. An action widely regarded by the native hawaiians as unconstitutional and illegal because they had no say. The United states helped bring about a coup that brought Hawaii into a position that left them powerless. The reason the US wanted to take control of Hawaii is because of its relation relative to the world. It's most valuable resource was it's location. It is in the middle of the Pacific ocean between Asia and the United States. During the Spanish American war the United States used pearl harbor as a military base. This prompted congress to formally annex Hawaii in 1898. These events prompted the fifty year process of becoming a state. The process of statehood started when the United States declared war on spain for the sinking of a submarine that turned out to sink because of a defective boiler. The US declared war on spain. Hawaii would proceed to be annexed. To annex a country means to bring it into your own country in the purpose of self interest. Hawaii was annexed because of it's position in the pacific ocean and how it would prove useful to the US. It was the best place to put a military base to defend against Guam and the Philippines. Having Pearl Harbor bombed in the second world war ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Hawaii asked its residents to vote on whether it should become a state or remain a territory of the United States. There was no option for Becoming independent again. In the vote non native Hawaiians outnumbered the native Hawaiians. Also in this vote native Hawaiians were disenfranchised so that many of them could not vote and they were denied the right to decide the which path their country would take. It was no surprise that the "people" of hawaii voted in favor of statehood. The US had also done this with Puerto Rico to show the UN that the people of Hawaii had agreed through self ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 70. Hawaii Is The Capital Of Hawaii I have taken a trip to the beautiful island of Honolulu, Hawaii, "The Big Island" in the summer of 4th of July, 2016. Honolulu, Hawaii is the capital of Hawaii. I have used Delta Airline from Laguardia Airport Manhattan, New York, then to Atlanta, Georgia And finally Hawaii. The duration of my travel was approximately 10 hours in the air. The crew of Delta Airline was very professional to their passengers and the flight attendants demonstrated great hospitality. The flight attendants were very actively serving water, cookies, ice, meals, and other food to their passengers. They were so nice about giving doubled snacks. They attend to my needs when I asked question and they truly made my flight enjoyable. When the pilot announced the landing in Hawaii, I looked outside the window and saw how beautiful the island landscape. It was breathtaking to see the mountains filled with green trees and houses on the mountains. That was an amazing sight to see and experience. Once I landing in Hawaii, my adventure began with the sun shining brightly, the warm island breeze, and of course the warm hospitality of the people Hawaiian people. My description of Hawaii is how beautiful the locales people are friendly. The native good mornings greeting is called Mahalo. Mahalo means interest in the island and comeback soon. It had taken me awhile to get use to the language of Hawaii but for the most part most hawaiian speak english especially to the tourist. Therefore, instead of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 72. Hawaii Beach Essay Hawaiian Beaches Hawaii State is the youngest of the fifty states of US, and is the only American state made up exclusively of islands. It is mainly of an archipelago in the southeast of Japan, southwest of the continental US, and northeast of Australia. Its warm tropical climate, natural beauty, inviting waves, waters and volcanoes that are still active make it a well–liked destination for surfers, tourists, volcanologists and biologists. Owing to its central–Pacific locality, Hawaii has lots of Asian and North American influences besides its own pulsating native background. Hawaii boasts of more than a million permanent inhabitants along with U.S. military personnel and numerous visitors. It is located on the island of Oahu and its capital is Honolulu. Generally, Hawaii enjoys a series of exotic destination islands such as Honolulu, Waipahu, Koloa, Captain Cook, Hana, Kapaa, Pahoa, Laie, Hilo, Volcano and Kihei Summer Events in Hawaiian Beaches Volcano Runs and Maui Ocean Front Marathon Incase of volcano morning runs, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This boat parade is usually seen from the marketplace, Aloha tower and other points on the Honolulu waterfront. The boat processions normally start at the Ala Harbor and progresses west to Honolulu, cruising by the marketplace twice, and finally returning back to the Ala Harbor. Over thirty powered boats and sailboats usually take part in the event. The Hawaiian Maui paradise marathon on the hand, usually take place in January at Kalama Beach, located right at the foot of dormant Haleakala. Just like other events, six in the morning is usually the preferred starting time. During this event, tourists usually seize the moment to enjoy the magnificent sunrise over Haleakala. According to the sporting committee in Hawaii, most tourists admit that Maui paradise marathon is the funniest undertaking they ever participated ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 74. Hawaii Compare And Contrast Hawaii's area is 28 311 km2. it`s about 1 360 301 people who live there. Hawaii is the newest of the 50 American states and is the only state consisting of islands only. It occupies most of the eye– catching Hawaiian Islands in the Central Pacific, southwest of the Continental United States, southeast of Japan and northeast of Australia. Hawaii has a typical tropical climate, except that the temperature and humidity tend to be slightly less extreme compared with other tropical areas thanks to constant winds from the east. The temperatures are hot all year and there are small differences between months. In summer, temperatures often reach around 31 ° C during the day and 24 ° C at night. In winter the temperature is around 28 ° C and at night ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Roughly, they can be divided into rhetorical and living areas based on their relative to the higher mountains. Lovart areas may receive much more rain than the lesser areas, which are drier and sunbathing. This fact is used by the tourism industry, which favor camp. Map of Hawaii Hawaii is the southernmost state of the United States, and the westernmost after Alaska. It is also, along with Alaska, the only one that is outside of the United States and lacks a border with any other American state. Hawaii is the only American state that is distinct from the mainland, is completely surrounded by water, continues to grow surface due to lava flows mainly from Kilauea and is entirely in the tropics. Apart from Easter Island, Hawaii is further away from land than any other landmass on Earth. Hawaii's highest mountain, Mauna Kea is 4205 m above sea level. but is higher than Mount Everest if measured from the bottom of the Pacific. Geology All of Hawaii's islands have been created by volcanoes that reside from the seabed, according to the theory of hot spots. The theory argues that the Pacific tectonic plate moves towards the northwest while the hot spot stays still, which slowly creates new volcanoes. The latest volcanic eruption outside the main island of Hawaii occurred at Haleakala in Maui in the late 18th ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 76. Hawaii Is The Country Of Hawaii Wouldn't it be great to live in Honolulu, Hawaii, next to the wondrous ocean. Hawaii is located in the North Pacific Ocean; it is located 21.31 latitude and –157.86 longitude. ("Where Is Honolulu, HI?"). It is 18 meters above sea level. Even though Hawaii is in the middle of the ocean the United States is still in the country. The state capital takes up the most part of land in Hawaii, it takes up 1,177.8 square miles. The water takes up 1,088.9 square miles, and the land takes up the least amount of space; it only takes up 88.9 square miles. Honolulu, Hawaii is the capital of Hawaii and it is referred to the urban area on the southeastern shore of the island. Honolulu extends about 10 miles along the southeast coast of the island of Oahu, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The every year mean of precipitation is 22 inches. Downtown Honolulu is the financial, commercial, and governmental center of Hawaii. The Aloha Tower was the tallest building in Hawaii for many years and it is located on the waterfront. In 2008, the tallest building was 438 feet tall, it was the First Hawaiian Center. It is located at King and Bishop Streets. Waikiki is the world 's most famous tourist district in Honolulu, located between the Ala Wai Canal and the Pacific Ocean next to Diamond Head. There are numerous amounts of hotels, shops, and nightlife opportunities are located along Kalakaua and Kuhio Avenues. The world's largest open–air shopping center is just west of Waikiki Beach which attracts millions of visitors each year. ("Hawaii Guide –– National Geographic"). Did you know that Honolulu is the most diversified cities in America. About 24 percent of people are Caucasian; 17 percent is mixed ancestry; 21 percent is Japanese. Other than part Hawaiian; 16 percent is part Hawaiian; six percent is Chinese, seven percent is Filipino, and about one percent are pure Hawaiian. According to the 1990 U.S. Census, in the county and city Honolulu, 195,149 were of Japanese ancestry; 264,372 people were white; 63, 265 were Chinese; 120,029 were Filipino; 3,532 were Native American; 91,967 were Hawaiian; 25,875 were black; and 72,042 were of other heritage. Did you know the state's name is often spelled Hawai'i. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 78. Yellowtone And Hawaii Similarities Yellowstone and Hawaii Comparison Hawaii and Yellowstone both attract millions of people per year. Tourists go to Hawaii for sunshine and beaches, and to Yellowstone to experience the hot springs and wonders of nature. Hawaii and Yellowstone may have differences, but what many people don't know is that they are alike in numerous ways. Both Hawaii and Yellowstone were created by hotspot. A difference is that the Islands of Hawaii were created over thousands of years because of a plate that is moving over a hotspot, and every once and awhile magma from the hotspot pushes up and creates a volcano. In contrast, Yellowstone was formed when a hotspot moved under it and over millions of years has caused eruptions which have shaped present day Yellowstone. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... A similarity is that both Yellowstone and Hawaii are located in the middle of a plate, but Hawaii is located on the Pacific plate where as Yellowstone is located on the North American plate. Another reason they are different is that they have different crusts. Hawaii has an oceanic crust which is thinner than continental crust, which is what Yellowstone has. A further example of how they are similar is that they are both located above a hotspot. A hotspot is an area of volcanic activity. Hawaii and Yellowstone are both major vacation destinations; they may seem completely different, but they are actually quite similar. A difference between them is that people go to Hawaii to see the volcanoes and go to Yellowstone to see Old Faithful and hot springs. Although many people may think this is a difference, it is actually a similarity because all of these things are volcanic activity caused by hotspots. Hotspots lie underneath both Yellowstone and Hawaii, but they cause different geological activity in both places. An example of how they are different is that Hawaii has the most active volcanoes on earth whereas Yellowstone's volcano is dormant. On the other hand, they are both similar because they both produce geysers and hot ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...