Saturday, January 2, 2010


The Islands of Aloha

Hawaii is the only state that grows coffee.

Wai Golf Course is Hawaii's first municipal course.

Island flowers and colors used to represent each island.

Niihau - Pupu Shell – White
A privately owned island, with livestock raising as its principal industry. There is highly limited access by general public through helicopter landings at uninhabited sites. Legend says Niihau was the original home of the goddess Pele. The island has a population of 230, and is 69 square miles.

Kauai - Mokihana (Green Berry) – Purple
The fourth largest of the Hawaiian Islands.

Oahu - Ilima -Yellow
Honolulu is the largest city in the world -- at least it has the longest borders. According to the state constitution any island (or islet) not named as belonging to a county belongs to Honolulu. This makes all islands within the Hawaiian Archipelago, that stretch to Midway Island (1,500 miles northwest of Hawaii) part of Honolulu. Honolulu is about 1,500 miles long or more distance than halfway across the 48 contiguous states.

Maui - Lokelani (Pink Cottage Rose) – Pink
The island is home to many famous attractions including Haleakala Crater, the old whaling town of Lahaina, the road to Hana, and Kaanapali Beach.

Molokai - White Kukui Blossom – Green
Molokai is known as the most Hawaiian Isle.

Lanai - Kaunaoa (Yellow and Orange Air Plant) – Orange
The island of Lanai is considered Hawaii's most secluded.

Kahoolawe - Hinahina (Beach Heliotrope) – Grey
Once used as a target by the U.S. Navy and Air Force the services are cleaning up unexploded shells. No one is allowed to go ashore without permission. The island consists of an uninhabited area of 45 square miles.

Big Island of Hawaii - Lehua Ohia – Red
The Big Island is Hawaii's largest at 4,038 square miles. It is twice the size of all other Hawaiian Islands combined.

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