Today we are happy to report that our Hawaii Blog ohana is steadily growing. Remember when we invited you to visit our First Hawaii Blog Carnival of Best Hawaii Vacation where we introduced other Hawaii blogs. It was fun to show you what other bloggers have to say about Hawaii, events, things to do to make your visit your best Hawaii vacation. We all have a different approach, which makes blogs much more exciting and entertaining than a regular website.
Well, here we go. Evelyn from Homespun Honolulu took for the second time the challenge to host her Aloha Blog Carnival. It is amazing how many new Hawaii blogs developed in the meantime. More impressive though is the huge variety of blog posts you can find there related to Hawaii, life, culture and heritage. Let's name a few blog article topics:
Unique McDonalds food in Hawaii, Photos from the Aloha Festival Events 2007, Blog Post about the wonderful Maile Lei, Highway Inn in Waipahu, Where to eat on Kauai, Renting a 4-wheel drive on Lanai, Puako Shorelines, Tidepools and Turtles and much more like our post about the upcoming Hawaii Ironman 2007.
I had a great time reading this Hawaii Blog Carnival. My favorite article was the Kalalau Trip Report, a hike to the Napali Coast on Kauai with fascinating photos. Sorry guys I did not include a link here because I would like you to read and choose your own favorite stories about Hawaii. Go visit Hawaii and get a glimpse of it with the Aloha Blog Carnival NOW.
A hui hou. Aloha Pua Best Hawaii Vacations
Check our FALL SPECIALS for your trip to Hawaii for Thanksgiving vacation. Thanksgiving week is high season in Hawaii. Don't wait, book now.
If you are currently contemplates buying a home or condo in Hawaii you got to read our most recent blog about 'Will falling prices of Hawaii Real Estate attract new home buyers?' Admitted, our Hawaii real estate market analysis was written by an experienced Hawaii realtor and yes, his advice sounds common sense and right on but in the end you got to make the decision what feels right for. So, watch the Hawaii real estate market closely. What sells (and at what price) and what doesn't. Wishing you good luck for making the right move at the right time. To buy or not to buy that is the question.
First Hawaii Blog Carnival from Best Hawaii Vacations
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