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    Re: Merrie Monarch 2009

    I've been looking at flights and we are going to book today ~ they are filling up fast. The only thing that's kind of a bummer is we can't get our tickets, (for MM) until Dec. 26th, and it's mail in...
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    Re: Merrie Monarch 2009

    We were looking at the seating chart and it looks like the reserved seats are not as good as the non-reserved seats. Anyone have any ideas as to what seats are good????
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    Re: Merrie Monarch 2009

    Thanks if you could e-mail me the list that would be great.
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    Re: Merrie Monarch 2009

    I called Mokihana (sp?) Travel last week and they said they did not have package deals that included tickets but they could help us out on airfare and hotel. We all live on Kauai we will be there...
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    Re: Merrie Monarch 2009

    Yup, Dec 08' getting a little ahead of myself... :o Don't know anyone in the Military and we didn't want to rent a car so we were looking for some place close. Hilo Seaside said they had shuttles....
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    Merrie Monarch 2009

    We are trying to find a good package deal air, tickets and hotel for the 09' Merrie Monarch festival. Anyone have any information on travel agencies we could contact????? I'm not having much luck...
  7. Re: Angela Davis & bin Laden??

    It may be a "cerebral Pushup" but most people in the country are not that "cerebral" and unfortunately images leave a lasting impression.:mad:
  8. The New Yorker Cover: Angela Davis & bin Laden?

    What does everyone think of the cover on the New Yorker? I'm totally blown away by the blatant stereotyping. Has anyone read the magazine?
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    Re: White babies - should I be offended?

    Some of the most strikingly beautiful children I have ever seen were multi racial. Thatís what makes the children here in Hawaii so beautiful and special. Personally Iíll take the brown eyes any day...
  10. Thread: Taylor Camp

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    Re: Dwelling on it - Taylor Camp Kauai

    People were elated when they were leaving the theater, the young folks as well as the local Taylor Camp people. The Camp vibe lives on here on KauaiÖ:D

    Let me know what you think when you see the...
  11. Thread: Taylor Camp

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    Re: Dwelling on it - Taylor Camp Kauai

    It was shown on Kauai about three weeks ago, both shows were sold out. (Great Sound track.) Reminded me of the Woodstock of the Pacific. Met a couple of older dudes that were in the film at a beach...
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    Re: Sharon Stone-Karma: China's Earthquake

    So did you hear this on ETrue Hollywood story? This "urban mythĒ has been debunked for many years. Try asking your Dr. if this is even physically possible. If you care to learn whatís going on in...
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    Re: Death rituals in the Hawaiian Culture

    According to what a Hawaiian man told me I think it was a little of both cremation and burial. A shallow grave was dug and the body put into it in it on rocks, banana leaves and ti leaves. The body...
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    Re: Death rituals in the Hawaiian Culture

    Many thanks hulagirl for the information. I just read something recently related to the teeth/stone thing. Salt is kind of a universal when it comes to purification and tea leafs have so many...
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    Death rituals in the Hawaiian Culture

    I just became a Hospice Volunteer and last night we had representatives from the spiritual communities on Kauai for a panel discussion regarding death. One of the representatives was a wonderful...
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    Re: Sharon Stone-Karma: China's Earthquake

    Throwing stones is such a hostile analogy, but just keep ducking and you will be fine. Ya never know when someone may throw a Fig Newton at you.:p
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    Re: Sharon Stone-Karma: China's Earthquake

    Living for ever does not necessarily mean that one has a good life Susie. But sometimes it does seem that retribution does not come in this life time.
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    Re: Sharon Stone-Karma: China's Earthquake

    LOL Belief systems are very subjective I guess that's why we have Fig Newtons and Oreos to choose from. :)
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    Re: a new beginning

    Iíve been on Kauai for almost a year now and during that time things have definitely changed, mostly due to the economy. Lotís of people do ďunder the tableĒ work in construction but that is...
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    Re: Sharon Stone-Karma: China's Earthquake

    Dalai Lama's statement


    Statement following the recent earthquake in Sichuan province

    'I am deeply saddened by the loss of many lives and many more who have been injured in the catastrophic...
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    Re: The 2008 Presidential Elections

    As the song (and I should know who it is, but have forgotten) goes..."There's something happening here & what it is ain't exactly clear"....but about 250,000 lilly-white corn-husking, snow shoveling,...
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    Re: Waikiki Beachboys....

    Excellent advice Tutusue, This type of "vacation" goes on everywhere in the world...just don't take here to Jamaica Gent. :eek:
  23. Thread: Love Kaua'i

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    Re: Love Kaua'i

    Most jobs are in the Lihue area, haven't had a problem finding a job, the pay is much lower than I'm used to but that's the price one pays to live on this Island. Barking Sands is magnificent, was...
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    Re: A day without a Mexican

    Iíve been just reading on HT lately but I really have to weigh in on this one. First of all let me say that I have many friends in SF from Mexico and Latin America; some of them quite militant...
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    Eat Pray Love

    Anyone read it? Causing quite a stir, I read it about six months ago and could barely get through the "Eat" part but loved the "Pray" "Love" sections. Not great literature but I'm sure a lot of woman...
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