Aloha from Hawaii!! http://ow.ly/i/ovOt
Is there someone on your list who can’t get enough of Hawaii? Here is the perfect gift list for you!
Maui Jim sunglasses would make a great gift for any girl or guy in your life Featuring excellent UV protection and well-built construction, a pair of Maui Jim sunglasses will last for years. Prices for Maui Jims range between $149 and $349. Available from www.mauijim.com.
Island lotions and soaps – gift sets containing island inspired scented lotions, perfumes and bath soaps are always well received. Island Soap Company offers several options ranging from $5-$25 available from www.ABCstores.com.
With everything from traditional slack key and steel guitar musicians to the contemporary artists of today. The music of Hawaii is the best way for someone to re-live their visit to the islands. The works of many of Hawaii’s artists can be ordered from www.amazon.com.
If you have a coffee lover on your list, what better gift than 100% Hawaiian coffee? www.konamountaincoffee.com/Hawaiian-Gifts/ offers Hawaiian gift sets.
Hershey Kisses Milk Chocolate with Macadamia Nuts – only available in Hawaii! Hershey’s Kisses Brand Milk Chocolate with Mauna Loa macadamia nuts. 8 oz bag $5.29 available from www.ABCstores.com.
You can add touches of Aloha to your holiday party with a fun Hawaii theme Christmas party wherever you are! Below are tips specific to adding a Hawaii theme to your luau including decorating tips, games, and recipes.
*Decorate your Christmas Tree and/or Buffet Table in garlands you make from silk flower leis and shells
*Decorate your Christmas Tree and/or Buffet Table in Hawaii themed Christmas ornaments
*Decorate your party location in garlands you make from silk flower or shell leis
*Create Christmas cookies and ornaments using Hawaiian themed cookie cutters
*Adorn your guests in flower or shell leis
*Have a Hawaiian Santa
*Play fun Hawaii theme Christmas Games
*Use Hawaiian Christmas cards for your party invitations
*Play Hawaiian Christmas music
Happy Holidays from all of us at Classic Resorts at Mauna Lani. Listen in as our Hawaiian Cultural Advisor, Fred Torres, sings “Mele Kalikimaka” http://ow.ly/7Zu6f
Celebrate the holidays Island Style at the Kailua-Kona Christmas Parade this Saturday 5pm-7pm http://ow.ly/7URoH
Lest we Forget: At noon Hawaii Time, you can watch a live webcast of the 70th anniversary of #PearlHarbor http://ow.ly/7RXlP
Free concerts being held at Hulihe’e Palace December 12 and 19, 2011
Remembering Princess Bernice Pauahi Bishop.
The concerts start at 4 PM featuring the Merrie Monarch Singers and Kumu Hula Etua Lopes and his Halau Hula Na Pua U’i O Hawai’i. http://ow.ly/7R64p