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Exploring: TNT NewsHawaii > September, 2004
Aloha and welcome to the September, 2004 issue of Travel 'N Tourism NewsHawaii! TNT NewsHawaii is an ongoing monthly newsletter we send to people like you who visit our website and request information about Hawaii. The newsletter is just one way we hope to keep you connected with Hawaii before and after your visits to the islands.
T N T S P E C I A L O F F E R S
Coming Events for October
Attending a local festival, sports event, art exhibit, or live musical or drama performance can give you a real feel for island life.
Cultural Demonstration Program
Myths & Legends Of Ka'u ... (more)
Queen Emma Festival
Aloha Fridays ... (more)
Wake Up With The Whales
Sunset Cliff-diving ... (more)
Hawaii Pacific Islands Kava Festival
Hawaii Watercolor Society Open Show ... (more)
NEW THIS ISSUE
Ask the Big Kahuna
Q: I am clueless when it comes to tipping. I will be vacationing in Honolulu for about a week and have made reservations for many activities. For some of those activities, transportation from my hotel to the designated area is included. Am I supposed to tip the drivers too? If so, how much?
See the Big Kahuna's response, and ask your own question.
Round trip air travel from the continental U.S.
8 days/7 nights stay
Use of a rental car
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Best (Hidden) Places Hawaii
Find your way to the special places in Hawaii that other visitors may miss.
This month we are focusing on Kapalua, West Maui. Find serenity, seclusion, and silence on this westernmost tip of Maui
"Taste of Hawaii" Recipes
Try mouthwatering Hawaiian recipes from some of the most-renowned chefs in the islands.
This issue features Snow Crab and Asian Noodle Salad, by Chef Ron Romano.
Don't learn the hard way - we've collected helpful tips to save you both your sanity and your pocketbook.
In this issue: Obtaining a Marriage License in the State of Hawaii. Hawaii makes it easy and fast for prospective brides and grooms to get a license
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