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God's Peace of Maui        
1290 Hali'Imaile Road

This family-run B&B is a 5-minute drive from the rustic town of Makawao, 5.4 miles from Paia Bay Beach and 9.8 miles from Kahului Airport.
Hale Kai O'kihei Star Rating 3        
1310 Uluniu Road

The atmosphere of Hale Kai O Kihei seems a world apart, but is centrally located within walking distance of shopping and excellent dining. Hale Kai O Kihei offers spectacular unobstructed ocean views from a private lanai in this immaculately maintained condominium complex. The property offers full amenities such as swimming pool, putting green, shuffleboard, barbeques, laundry facilities, and free parking.
Kihei Akahi Star Rating 3        
2531 S. Kihei Road

This comfortable property in Kihei offers complimentary Wi-Fi, as well as an outdoor pool and outdoor tennis courts. It provides 3-star accommodation with air-conditioned apartments.There are a range of amenities on offer to guests of Kihei Akahi, including a BBQ/picnic area and business services.
Aston At The Whaler on Kaanapali Beach Star Rating 5        
2481 Kaanapali Parkway

Adjacent to Whalers Village shopping mall, this laid-back beachfront hotel with 2 towers is across the street from Kaanapali Golf Course and 0.4 miles from Kaanapali Parkway.The tropical-style studios and suites feature private balconies and full kitchens with dishwashers, as well as free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs.
Polo Beach Club Star Rating 3        
3750 Wailea Alanui Drive

The Polo Beach Club is nestled on an exquisite private beach next to Wailea Resort and hotels. The Polo Beach Club defines paradise with its awe-inspiring views of the Pacific, situated on 2.3 tropical acres and the most beautiful beaches right at your doorstep.
Halii Kai Resort Waikoloa Star Rating 4        
69 1029 Nawahine Place

Less than a mile from Waikoloa Beach, this relaxed resort is also 1.7 miles from Lava Lava Beach Club and 8 miles from Paniolo Greens Resort.The tropical-style 1-to 3-bedroom villas provide free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs with premium cable channels, and full kitchens with washer-dryers.
Nani Kai Hale Mch Hotel Kihei Star Rating 3        
73 N Kihei Road

Nani Kai Hale Mch Hotel Kihei provides a comfortable setting while in Kihei. It also features laundry facilities.The property has 46 apartments, all of which are filled with a variety of amenities to ensure an enjoyable stay.
Outrigger Waikoloa Beach Villas Star Rating 3        
69-180 Waikoloa Beach Drive

Situated in Waikoloa, Outrigger Waikoloa Beach Villas offers 3-star accommodation, as well as a swimming pool. It features comfortable rooms with an en suite bathroom and a kitchenette.The rooms are air conditioned and equipped with a kitchen, a refrigerator and wireless internet access.
The Modern Honolulu Star Rating 4        
1775 Ala Moana Boulevard

Less than a 10-minute walk from the Ala Moana shopping center, this contemporary, harborfront resort is 1 mile from Waikiki Beach.The sleek rooms and suites feature Italian linens, marble bathrooms and free WiFi, while iPods and iPads pre-programmed with Hawaiian music and apps are available on request. Rooms come with city, harbor, pool, or ocean views and most feature private balconies.
Marriott's Kaua'i Beach Club Star Rating 4        
3610 Rice Street, Kalapaki Beach

Marriott's Kaua'i Beach Club is located on Kauai and offers 4-star accommodation in addition to free Wi-Fi, a Jacuzzi and outdoor tennis courts. There is also a gym with a swimming pool.There are a variety of amenities at the resort that guests can enjoy, such as valet parking, a kids pool and a golf course.
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Hawaii Islands are a group of islands located in North Pacific Ocean. On 21 August 1959 it became 50th and last member of the USA, and it is the only state which entirely consists of islands. It has its own time zone UTC-10, and it doesn't use daylight saving time (as well as Arizona). On total land area of 6,423.4 square miles, Hawaii counts 137 islands in the Hawaiian chain, including all minor islands, islets offshore of the main islands and individual islets in each atoll. Previously, the group was known as "Sandwich Islands" (1778).

James Cook chose that name in honor of John Montagu, 4th Earl of Sandwich. Later, in 1840s, the name "Hawaii" is derived from the name of the main island. Honolulu is the capital of Hawaii, located in island Oahu and it is the southernmost big city in the USA. Eight so-called main islands are located on the southeast part of archipelago: Hawai'i (nickname: The Big Island), Maui (The Valley Isle), O'ahu (The Gathering Place), Kaua'I (The Garden Isle), Moloka'I (The Friendly Isle), Lana'I (The Pineapple Isle), Ni'ihau (The Forbidden Isle) and only one uninhabitedKaho'olawe (The Target Isle). After Honolulu, the largest cities are Pearl City (Manana), Hilo, Kailua, Waipahu, Kane'ohe, Mililani Town, Kahului, 'Ewa Gentry and Kihei. Besides beautiful and interesting white-, black-, green-, yellow- and red-sand beaches you can find in Hawaii, the world's largest shield volcano, Mauna Loa, is located there.

The other volcano, Kilauea erupts for 30 years and thanks to it, Hawaii (The Big Island) each year is getting bigger and bigger, more precisely, 170 square meters per year. Even the astronauts who were preparing for going to the Moon went near the volcano and practiced their walking there. Recently, six NASA scientists spent several months on the north side of the volcano simulating survival on Mars. Hawaii is only American state where coffee, cocoa and vanilla are cultivated. There are no seagulls in Hawaii.

Fairy terns are sea birds and they are similar to seagulls, which place their eggs directly to the tree branch, without creating nest. Billboards are forbidden in Hawaii, as well as snakes, except ones in zoo. Hawaiian people live longer than any other people in the USA; lifespan in Hawaii is 81,3 years, although people of Hawaii eat more meat for breakfast than other citizens of the America. According to 2010 census population, there are 38,6% Asian-Americans, 23,6% multiracial Americans, and 24,7% Caucasians.

Regardless of origin, most families celebrate their child's birthday with the party known as Luau. And where is party, there must be Lei, garland whose wearing rules are very strict. It is considered impolite if you refuse wearing it and you shouldn't take it off in front of the person who gave it to you. Also, if you want to give it to someone, you shouldn't wear it previously. Lei shouldn't be thrown away. It should be instead given back to the Earth, and ideal spot is the same place where flowers are picked. Having learned all these facts, you are ready to see the magical Hawaii. Remember, accept Luau and enjoy. Aloha!