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Aloha and welcome to the October 2006 issue of Travel ‘N Tourism NewsHawaii! TNT NewsHawaii is an ongoing monthly newsletter we send to people like you who visit our website and request information about Hawaii. The newsletter is just one way we hope to keep you connected with Hawaii before and after your visits to the islands.


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Coming Events for November
Attending a local festival, sports event, art exhibit, or live musical or drama performance can give you a real feel for island life.

Big Island

  • Kona Coffee Cultural Festival
  • Ukulele & Slack Key Guitar Institute
  • Hamakua Artisans’ Guild Holiday Sale & Studio Tour … (more)


  • PGA Grand Slam of Golf
  • Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar Festival
  • Holiday Craft Fair … (more)


  • Hawaii International Film Festival
  • Children’s Hula Competition
  • Ice Carving Exhibition and Competition … (more)


  • Children’s Festival
  • Triple Crown of Surfing
  • Festival of Angels Craft Show … (more)

Ask the Big Kahuna
Q: I have seen it from the beach of Waikiki; I have seen it on TV and in the movies. I knew what it was before I ever saw it in person. It is probably one of the most recognized landmarks in Hawaii, but what I don’t know is why it’s called Diamond Head?
See the Big Kahuna’s response, and ask your own question.


Best (Hidden) Places Hawaii
Find your way to the special places in Hawaii that other visitors may miss.

This month we are focusing on Puuokila Trail, Kauai. Majestic views, thousands of feet above the Kalalau Valley, leave you breathless, confirming you are in paradise…


Travel Tips
Don’t learn the hard way – we’ve collected helpful tips to save you both your sanity and your pocketbook.

In this issue: Windward and Leeward. Every Hawaiian island has a leeward side and a windward side. Find out which is which — and which is the best side for you…


“Taste of Hawaii” Recipes
Try mouthwatering Hawaiian recipes from some of the most-renowned chefs in the islands.

This issue features Seafood Towers on Spicy Sprout Salad, by Chef Willie Bumanglag, Embassy Vacation Resort, Kaanapali, Maui.



Read romantic love stories written by our visitors over the years. Vote on your favorite stories or submit one of your own.

It’s easy to submit your story – click here for details.