Photos, videos, audios, YouTubes, socials medias & all that kine shtuff ovah hea!
Teresa Nelle (@Travel_Gal) posted a Twitter link to this 1964 video (below) about visiting Ka'anapali, Maui. I found it fun to watch, what was really interesting was that the island has not changed all that much in nearly 50 years. Sure there are more developments, but it is remarkable that the entire island isn't covered
Here is a list of the various media we have about Hawaii - click one... Books about Hawaii - Feature films about Hawaii - Hawaiian Music - Photo Collections - Videos of Hawaii - including the series on "Moving to Hawaii", a review of the book you can find at Amazon.
Books Feature Films Music Photos Videos Websites - websites about Hawaii from people I either know and trust, or they are big enough that many people I know and trust - trust them. Ha! Does that make any sense?
I used to watch the kite surfers at Ho'okipa Beach near Paia, Maui, Hawaii. It was like a carnival in the air - so many people flying around, doing acrobatics. I could watch for hours - and did sometimes. You know how things just keep getting cranked up though? People are doing new, crazier things,
Here are some of my favorite Hawaii videos from YouTube.