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the dish restaurant studio city Big Island of Hawaii - Hilo

by:Two Eight     2019-08-19
the dish restaurant studio city Big Island of Hawaii - Hilo
Big Island of Hawaii-Part 3 -Aloha! E komo mai! Hele mai! Hele mai! Welcome back!
The Big Island of Hawaii!
Big Island of Hawaii-
The tour is divided into 6 parts for easy viewing.
Make sure you take every bus (lens) to visit every part of the Big Island of Hawaii.
In this shot, we will cover the Big Island, the capital city of Hilo. Eh! No Forget!
Now that you have taken off your shoes. . . . .
It is very worthwhile to spend time and plan to stay for a while.
When you visit the Big Island of Hawaii, there are many unique and interesting things to enjoy.
You don't want to drive around the island without stopping and miss it all!
You will want to slow down and absorb beauty;
Slow down and experience a diverse culture and lifestyle;
Slow down and taste the exotic flavors and aromas that Hawaii's Big Island offers.
Each part of the island we visited had a different and unique experience.
Big Island of Hawaii-Part 1 -
Big Island of Hawaii-Part 2 -
Big Island of Hawaii-Part 3 -
Big Island of Hawaii-Part 4 -
Big Island of Hawaii-Part 5 -
Big Island of Hawaii-Part 6 -Kailua-
Visit Hilo town from the armchair at home while listening to the sounds of Hawaiian music Haba.
It will help you smell the salty air of Hawaii and help you imagine the exotic mood of Hilo.
But our "big city" is not very big, only about 41,000 people, and Hilo is very humid.
Hilo is the wettest "city" on Earth with an annual rainfall of about 120 inch.
The only wet place on earth is kauah Island.
The good news is that the day is usually warm and sunny, because it doesn't start raining until later in the afternoon, and it usually rains until the evening.
Hilo is a university town at the University of Hawaii-
The Hilo campus is here, but it retains the charm of the town and reminds people of the days of whaling.
Most areas of the city center have been restored and parts that have not been repaired yet.
Hilo also has large shopping malls and shopping malls in the newer areas of the city.
We used to travel once a month from Kona to Hilo and shop once a month at the "Big Store" in the "Big City.
The old town Hilo still has local restaurants and salons as usual.
The old Lulu hotel's Chinese restaurant (replaced by a vegetarian restaurant) reminds me of something in Casablanca (the old Humphrey Bogart movie.
Cafe 100 on Kilauea Avenue is still there, bringing nostalgic memories of 50 soda shops/restaurants, but with some of the best, low-cost local food around, the warmest, the friendliest aloha service you can expect. This semi-
The old buildings restored in downtown Hilo were built in 1922.
Surprisingly, these ancient buildings still stand in the midst of earthquakes and tsunamis that have stood for years.
Although Hilo is not a big city, it is the largest city on the Big Island. However, Kailua-
As more and more people move from the mainland to Kona, Kona is catching up quickly with the population.
The influx of mainland residents has led to a sharp rise in the value of the island's property.
So my own property tax increased by 86% in 2009.
Big mainland and Arab developers want to buy my property (which I will never sell) and the properties around.
This is another factor in the value of Big Island real estate and the increase in taxes.
There have been many tsunamis in the Hawaiian Islands, but they have not been as devastating as the mysterious tsunami that hit Hilo town on April, 1946.
An earthquake off the coast of the Aleutian Islands in Alaska triggered a series of tsunami waves.
A wave of up to 13-
Hilo was hit.
Others run on the Pacific Ocean, killing dozens of people and leaving a path to destruction that extends to California and even South America.
The earthquake is too small to produce huge local waves, which scientists are confused about.
They studied for decades trying to figure out exactly what happened.
The main theory is that the earthquake caused an underwater landslide, resulting in
But it's just a theory because they're not sure yet.
At the time, they didn't have the technology we had today and were able to warn people to move to higher places with siren.
This terrible monster wave brought a complete surprise when many were too ignorant to recognize the signs of the coming wave.
Before this wave of scale and strength reaches the shore, the tide will begin to recede, as you can see the small waves that break along the coastline, but enlarge by 200%.
When the ocean began to retreat, many people on the beach in Hilo Bay ran to where the ocean had been and began to collect fish struggling under the sea.
They don't know what's going to happen next, just think it's definitely the simplest picnic they 've ever seen!
The tsunami killed 165 people and destroyed parts of the seaside and interior of Hilo town.
The 1960 tsunami killed Hilo again!
After the destruction of the 1946 tsunami, HiLo's hardworking and hard-working people rebuilt the town and recovered from the destruction of 1946.
Over the years, smaller storms and smaller tsunamis have destroyed different small areas of the Big Island, but it was not until 1960 that Hilo was once again attacked and destroyed by another wave of monster waves.
By this time, the civil defense has installed the siren system, which is in place today, warning people about the upcoming nuclear attacks, aircraft attacks, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions and huge tides.
I went to school at Kahala on Oahu and when the siren sounded they issued a series of warnings telling us to evacuate to a higher place.
They know that the tidal wave is on its way to Hilo, but they don't know the size of it or if it will hit Oahu.
We all got on the school bus and sat at the top of the tantalos mountains waiting for the waves.
Meanwhile, in Hilo, the civil defense alert failed and the tsunami alert never appeared.
People don't know the upcoming bad luck on the beach again.
This time, when they saw the returning ocean, many people started to run to the higher places, but it was too late.
Since the 1960 tsunami, people have decided not to rebuild along the coast, but to turn it into a park with bicycle lanes.
The pond was built to help the breakers of the high waves.
This is helpful to some people, but not completely.
It is impossible to completely stop these devastating monster waves!
See some amazing photos and get some really interesting facts about the Hilo tides.
This is one of the buildings restored by the Hilo Bay waterfront.
The repair work of many old buildings is still in progress, but is in progress.
As long as there are no more devastating storms, hurricanes, tsunamis or earthquakes, all of them should be completed by 2012.
Hilo always has a lot to see and do, but the most colorful is the local Hilo Farmers Market.
Fresh Hawaiian and Asian local produce, flowers, plants, baked goods, sushi, musubi, fish, lunch boxes, crafts are available here.
It's also a place for social parties where neighbors and friends can "talk about stories" (catch up with local gossip), exchange items and make party plans for the weekend.
Hilo Farmers Market-
Open every Wednesday and Saturday-7 a. m. -3 p. m.
Fresh coconut and coconut water are always refreshing at the Hilo Farmers Market.
Visitors who happen by chance in the market are always surprised by the flexibility of local merchants to open coconuts!
A few miles upstream of the famous Rainbow Falls are Pe \ 'epe \ 'e falls and boiling pots.
The boiling pot obtains its name from the turbulence in a river connected by a groundwater stream or waterfall, as it rushes over the Pe \ 'epe \ 'e waterfall.
The water rushes through the centuries-old lava rock and passes through the lava tube to form a rolling, bubble, and boiling rapids, just like a boiling pot on the stove, as it flows downstream.
This boiling effect is due to the steam outlet flowing through the underground lava tube and stirring the flushing water.
The terrain is constantly changing due to volcanic action.
You can hike quite close to the river on a small road that is off the beaten track, but the closer it gets, it can be very dangerous as the trail can become very much due to rain and waterfalls
Never experienced tourists who have drowned in the area have slipped into bubbling, turbulent streams of water through lava pipes that move quickly along the river.
In the rainy season, because the water rises very high and becomes extremely dangerous, it is best to avoid hiking altogether.
There were some quick stops before we left Hilo for Pahoa, and Rainbow Falls was one of them.
It takes only a few minutes to drive from the old town Hilo to the waterfall and a few minutes to walk;
This is an extra relief for those who think hiking to Akaka Falls is a bit laborious.
Rainbow Falls is known for its double rainbow on the falls.
When I usually see the double rainbow, it is either at sunrise, or before the fog is burned by the sun, or later in the afternoon, when the rain starts, when the sun captures all the prism of the Rainbow at right angles. There they are.
Double rainbow
On the double waterfall
(Spirit) feel in the light and tranquility of the waterfall.
Rainbow Falls is surrounded by wild yellow and white ginger flowers that are prevalent in Hawaii, and when mixed with steam on the falls, the smell can be intoxicating.
There is a legend about Rainbow Falls, which we passed down from generation to generation.
The story is that Sheena, the mother of Maui, still lives in the cave behind the waterfall.
The letter "T" used in this version comes from Tahiti.
In theory, we should be from Tahiti.
The letter "T" is no longer used in Hawaiian ".
It has been replaced by the letter "K.
On Oahu you will hear either "tutokane" (grandfather) or "tutovasin" (grandmother) or just "Tutu ".
The correct words in Hawaiian language, however, are actually "kupuna Kane" (grandfather), "kupuna Vasin" (grandmother) or "kupuna" of the grandparents ".
"Kuku" is the correct shortened version.
Historic Banyan avenue
Of course, the historic Banyan Avenue is named because there are 50 huge banyan trees, whose limbs are hung with long roots in the air, arranged in the driveway of Hilo.
Banyan Drive is also known as the "hotel line" as this is the main location of the * Hilo hotel.
These giant banyan trees form a shady canopy on the road, and the limbs and roots of the banyan are filled with wild orchids and wild ferns.
The trees were planted in late 1930 until early 1950 by celebrities including Amelia Earhart;
President Franklin D. Roosevelt;
Film mogul Cecil B. DeMille;
James Louis Armstrong, baseball hero Babe Ruth, Senator Richard and wife Pat Nixon (who is not yet president) and King George V of England.
Because there is too much rain in Hilo, many mainland tourists are not used to humid air and humidity, so finding Hilo Hotel is damp and depressing.
Even if the hotel is in constant repair, it can't escape the moisture of the jungle --rain forest.
If this weather is not good for you, I suggest you find a bed and breakfast outside the Hilo area.
Another suggestion is to turn on the air conditioner-
Air conditioning in the room.
I met the tourist who complained but "did not expect to turn on the air conditioner ".
The garden was built in early 1900 to commemorate the immigrant Japanese who developed the old Waiakea sugar plantation. This garden is in honor of our last sitting monarch, Liia Uoka.
On 1893, under the order of President Grover Cleveland, Queen Lillian uokarani was imprisoned in her own prison at the Iolani Palace on Oahu.
On 1898, President McKinley signed the McKinley Act, and Hawaii was incorporated into the United States.
Queen Lili ukalani was forced to give up her throne and Hawaii became territory of the United States.
During President Clinton's administration, he signed an apology to the Hawaiian people for the mistakes made by the United States against them. S. government.
The garden consists of 30 acres, adjacent to the "healing island" Moku \ 'Ola, which is now known as Coconut Island, and you can cross a narrow pedestrian bridge from the park to the island.
You will still see fishermen throwing their nets on the water to fish or throwing their bait into the pond.
This is a beautiful and peaceful place to have a picnic in the noon sun.
It is a popular jewelry style in Hawaiian tradition.
The jewellery dates back to 1877, when Queen Victoria's husband and husband, Prince Albert, died.
When Queen Victoria is sad, there are only sad clothes and black ones --
In the Royal Court, jewelry with accent is an acceptable dress.
The jewelry was designed by Queen Victoria for her funeral.
Featuring black jewelry or enamel, this gold jewelry is carved in floral, Vine or scroll patterns to become the pinnacle of British fashion.
The pieces appear in the form of rings, knives, pendants and bracelets.
In 1887, Queen Victoria invited her friends, Queen Kapiolani and Princess Liliuokalani, to the celebration.
Members of the Hawaiian royal family received a gift from a pure gold bracelet engraved with ancient English, calligraphy, lettering and black enamel.
The Queen and Princess are so fascinated by these simple but unique and beautiful artworks that they have similar bracelets as gifts for other members of the Hawaiian royal family to show when they come back.
The future Hawaiian Queen's bracelet is made according to her specifications.
They embody her sympathy for the death of the Queen of England, her own love and loyalty to her home in Hawaii, and her responsibility to the throne as a member of the royal family.
The feather cloak is a symbol of the Hawaiian royal family.
The combination of Victorian British mourning and Hawaiian monarchy forms the foundation of what is known today as Hawaii's heir jewelry. . . .
When you wear our precious Hawaiian heritage heir jewelry, all the magic, spirit, pride and heritage of the Hawaiian becomes your own, and its classic design is very beautiful.
Hawaii's claim is that "having a Royal Hawaiian heritage jewelry is always carrying the aloha spirit of Hawaii ".
It's a great honor to receive a jewel enamel with your Hawaiian name on it.
, A bit long, so I put it on my Royal Hawaiian heritage bracelet.
On my ring I chose the shorter name of my husband, Keoni.
Kukui (pronounced coo-coo-
Ee), while Hilo does have some very old and very large trees, it is possible to see that the nut trees grow on all Hawaiian islands, not just on Hilo.
Kukui nut is a dark, rough, recessed nut from the kukui nut tree or Candela tree (Aleurites moluccana) of the spurge family.
It's also a state tree in Hawaii.
Pour a little kukui nut oil (extracted from kukui nuts) into the stone basin of the lamp, twist a twisted kapa cloth, soak it into the oil and use it as a wick.
In ancient times, soft wood was carved for the canoe;
Gum on the bark is used as a dye to paint wood cotton cloth;
The shell of the black kukui nut and the roots of the tree used to make the black dye.
All parts of the tree are used as medicinal and cosmetic treatments.
Kukui nut oil is rubbed on the skin to keep the skin soft and protect the skin from elements such as ocean salt, sun and wind.
On a raw fish dish called poki, it is also on other fish dishes.
Each part of the tree is still valid for medical purposes.
The fresh oil of the kernel is still used as a shower gel, skin cleanser and moisturizer for modern cosmetic treatment, while the shell is finely ground and added to the product as a exfoliator. .
In terms of skin care, kukui nut oil is a rich and varied oil.
When it moisturizes and softens the skin, the skin absorbs it quickly.
It won't leave something slippery.
Using kukui nut oil and gel from aloe vera plants can cure almost any skin condition.
Silver, light green leaves and small white flowers are woven or stung into leis, which is the representative of the island of Moroka.
In all the parades today, Gasol riders still represent the island with kukui flowers. Kukui Nut Oil -
Kukui nut oil is good for all skin types and works very well on dry skin.
It is also very effective in skin problems such as eczema, psoriasis and acne.
This is a very soothing and healing oil that can repair the damage of sunburn, especially when used with fresh gel from aloe vera plants.
If you have any of these skin diseases, you will be pleasantly surprised by how the skin feels after using Kukui nut oil.
I love that Kukui nut oil in Hawaii is transparent and low
Viscosity oil quickly absorbed by my skin.
Kukui nut oil, Hawaii is an organic plant.
Completely natural products.
Contains vitamin A, C &E ( all anti-
Antioxidants), helps create and protect healthy skin tissues.
It is a natural source of essential elements for healthy skin-Asian oil and flax fatty acids.
Traditionally, rough nuts are smoothed down with an asp sub, then polished with their own oil or coconut oil, and then polished highly to become jewelry.
Royal Hawaii
Brown kukui nuts were not as common as black kukui nuts many years ago, and ivory kukui nuts were rare.
Now all the colors are available, but the black kukui nut leis is the most popular.
In the past few people wore brown kukui nut lei or bracelets.
My daughters and I have a light brown kukui nut pendant carved by my grandfather more than 100 years ago. piha-
My daughter and my daughter are carved with flowers.
Egg flower, birdof-
Flowers of heaven and country.
They are beautiful things, very rare in color.
Many ivory kukui nut leis or necklaces are not from Hawaii, and buyers are wary of them.
They come from the Philippines's Philippines, known as "lumbang" in the Philippines ".
Don't be fooled into buying "rare kukui nuts" as they are not uncommon in the Philippines.
When purchasing kukui nut jewelry in colors other than brown and black, please note that they may be fake.
Usually, fair colored nuts are bleached or dyed in order to achieve color, or both bleached and dyed.
Some are fake made of resin and are not "natural" nuts at all.
When they are from the Philippines, you should pay a more reasonable price for these artificial nuts instead of a high price.
Be sure to read what you buy online and find out where the nuts are harvested and if they are harvesting.
It's actually a lava tube, and it's a great place for casual travelers and more advanced spelunkers.
Lava tubes are located northwest of Hilo, Saddle Road (Kaumana cave Avenue.
The cave is a 25
The mile-long lava tube, with several tunnels outside the supervisor, was originally created by the 1880 monaloa eruption. 1881.
Part of the lava tube collapsed when creating a natural skylight in the tube.
For anyone interested in a cave adventure, this is a great place to travel in the Big Island Hilo.
Remember to bring a bright headlight or flashlight.
Instead of staying at the hotel, I liked the bed and breakfast at the Shipman hotel.
It used to be a local museum, but the captain who now owns it opened it as a bed and breakfast and I'm glad they did.
The place is charming.
Shipman House is the last authentic Victorian guesthouse on the Big Island of Hawaii.
It is currently owned by the descendants of the original Shipman family, who will greet you with the warmest aloha upon arrival.
The house is located on 26 acres of Ryder Island, a historic neighborhood right across from a wooden bridge in the heart of historic Hilo.
It's so close to town, but you feel like you're thousands of miles away.
When I visited Shipman's house, I felt like I was back in the past.
This is the last private trip to Hawaii.
This Victorian mansion is full of the history of Hawaii and the charm of the old world.
There was even a Steinway piano.
The interior of the family will take you back to the glorious Victorian era of Hawaiian monarchy.
From exotic flowers and gardens of tropical fruit trees to rainforest jungle, stroll through the vast grounds and feel the magic around you.
You will fall in love with this charming place. innkeeper@hilo-hawaii. (808) 934-
It is a one-week festival and is one of the biggest events that Hilo celebrates every year in April.
Festival is a non
Profit hula competition performed by hula art students.
In preparation for the event, dancers are studying all year round.
Students from all over the world come to Hilo every year to participate in the competitions and celebrations of this cultural event. .
King kalakawa ascended to the throne of the Kingdom of Hawaii in 1874 and ruled until his death in 1891.
He is a patron of art, especially music and dance.
The reason why the festival was originally launched by Hilo Chamber of Commerce was "to protect Hawaiian culture and to continue and promote Hawaiian hula art through education ".
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