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Seven Hawaiian Phrases to Learn Before Your Next Big Island Vacation

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Hawaii is so much more than black sand beaches, richly colored sea creatures, and incredibly delicious, tropical beverages. Hawaii has a rich heritage that is deeply rooted in its unique and highly-poetic language. To fully enjoy your vacation, here are a few Hawaiian phrases you should learn that will help you embrace the philosophy of life you’ll find on the islands.

1. ʻI ola no ke kino i ka mā’ona o ka ‘ōpū

Translation: The body is healthy when the stomach is well filled

Cuisine and food customs are a significant part of Hawaiian culture. Even if… Read More

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