Spring for me is always about new beginnings. Although I find that many people are surprised that we have seasons in the Hawaiian Islands, spring brings changes here too: A different group of flowers start to bloom, the surf starts to calm down, the whales are migrating north. And, if you listen carefully, you may even hear wedding bells or a conch shell being blown to signal new beginnings for a couple joining in marriage.
The Hawaiian Islands are probably the number one destination for weddings and honeymoons in the world. I’d like to share some information and some aloha with you that I’m sure you will find interesting even if weddings are the furthest thing from your mind. You may be interested in reading about lilikoi, also known as passion fruit and who knew there were edible orchids. Although these are usually present at a Hawaiian wedding, you don’t need to be getting married to enjoy them.
In this issue also, we honor our new Local Heroes.… Read More