Seize your sunscreen and sunnies, it’s time to go to Hawaii. Although Hawaii’s relative isolation implies that it’s affected only not often by tropical cyclones, one of the storms or its remnants does hit or skirt the Islands each couple of years, comparable to Hurricanes Iwa and Iniki hitting Kauai in 1982 and 1992 respectively.
You will almost certainly hear Pidgin spoken on the road by Islanders in informal conditions; it’s Hawaii’s language of everyday life. On these Hawaiian Islands, the descendants of historic Polynesians, European explorers, American missionaries and Asian plantation immigrants combine and mingle.
Six scheduled inter-island air … Read More