There are 11 varieties of Pacifica Hawaii Gourmet Sea Salts: Traditional Red Alaea, White Coral, Black Lava, Blush Alaea, Balsamic, Lava, Cabernet, Specialty Koloa Rum, Hot Black Lava and Sweet & Salty. (Kiawe Smoked is not shown.)
Taking a break on an escort boat during a canoe race in 1999, paddler Nancy Gove noticed crystals of sea salt sparkling on her arm. "I remember tasting them and thinking, ‘Mmmmm, that's really good,'" she recalled. Story »
With a week and a half to go until Christmas, the casinos are pulling out the stops. Taking holiday spirit(s) literally, all drinks are $2 casino-wide at South Point, or just $1 if you pay with players club points. Story »
The dark days of December are being lit up with holiday sparkle all over the map, from creative Christmas trees to giant menorahs. Gingerbread houses, light displays and train shows are part of the fun, too. Story »
Australia's legendary Pacific Coast drive will take you from Sydney in New South Wales with its prominent Opera House, spectacular harbor views, inherent beach culture and bustling city life across to the neighboring state of Queensland to its capital, Brisbane. Story »
Henry David Thoreau famously wrote of "the sunshine of a winter's day," and now the simple place that inspired him the most is going solar. Officials are breaking ground on a new visitor's center at Walden Pond State Reservation
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A group of Hawaii residents on a Crystal Cruise from Quebec to New York spotted the Aloha Cafe during a stop in Newport, R.I. “Just when we arrived at the port, we saw the big Aloha Cafe sign and had to take the photo,” said Wally Nishiguchi, who submitted the picture. Nishiguchi, left, was joined by Lynne Sugiyama, Patty Nishiguchi, Yoshiko Fong, Tom Sugiyama and Cleighton Fong, all of Honolulu. The photo was taken by a passerby visiting from Wisconsin.
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