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Where to get the best Hawaiian coffee In HonoluluCoffee is serious business in the Aloha State. But while Hawaiian coffee farming has been growing for over a century, it wasn’t until recently that visitors and residents alike could kick back at a local cafe and sample the finest beans from nearby farms. For those in search of a good strong cup of java, here’s where to get the best local coffee in Honolulu.


Exploring Japanese culture in Hawaii

by BrianBerusch August - last edited August

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The thread of Japanese culture has been woven tightly into the cultural life and heritage of Hawaii since the first generation of Japanese immigrants made their way to the island in the 1800s. Today, you don’t have to look far to find Japanese culture in Hawaii.


Cycling in Hawaii: The Kona Ironman

by BrianBerusch July - last edited September

Cycling in HawaiiA towering mountain, stretching from azure sea to snow-capped peaks. Red hot, molten lava. Picturesque resorts that span the lava rock fields, peppered with palm trees and tropical flowers. It's no wonder Hawaii is home to one of the most intense, gruelling races known to man - the Kona Ironman. Here’s how you can get a taste for cycling in Hawaii – or even train for the big event yourself.


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Whether it’s spam musubi (an inexpensive lunch meat wrapped in rice and nori, like sushi) and fish curries, pork tonkatsu or ramen, today’s Hawaiian cuisine is a mashup of Asian flavours with island-grown goods. Here are some of the best Hawaii restaurants in Honolulu to try on your next trip.


10 of the Best Luxury Hotel Suites in the USHundreds of square metres of space. Round-the-clock butler service. Private terraces. Jaw-dropping views. At the top luxury hotel suites in the US, these aren’t even the highlights. Of course, these are certainly wallet-opening stays, but for those after a bit of high-rolling, it’s hard to envision a more opulent way to travel.


Discover Molokai: The Kalaupapa Peninsula

by BrianBerusch February - last edited September

The Kalaupapa PeninsulaAsk any local that resides in Hawaii where they go to unplug and inevitably their answer will be Molokai. Located on the northeast end of the shallow channel that separates Maui, Kahoolawe and Lanai, Molokai offers some of the most breathtaking scenery in the archipelago, especially on the remote Kalaupapa Peninsula.