Long ago, before white people came to Hawai’i – the area called Kaka’ako which now sits between Honolulu Harbor, Downtown Honolulu, and Ala Moana Shopping Center was a place where Hawaiian royalty lived – it was a rich agricultural landscape of terrace agriculture. There were fishponds, homes, and burial sites.
Fred Kamaka Sr and his brother Sam Kamaka, Jr – the sons of legendary ukulele maker Sam Kamaka, Sr. All three are inductees in the Ukulele Hall of Fame. The children of Fred and Sam still run the Kamaka Ukulele Factory where there are approximately twenty-five employees. The factory produces
There are few places as beautiful as Windward Oahu (East side of Oahu in Hawai’i). The Windward side offers sweeping mountain vistas, lush tropical rainforest, both rugged and serene coastline with fifty different shades of blue water, and much more. It also offers some amazing food choices…and if you have