Answer: yes. well only if you are light skinned. hawaiians feel the white man took their land, which they did, but some will still hate you for it today, because the hate has been passed down through generations. http://starbulletin.com/1999/04/23/news/story1.HTML http://starbulletin.com/1999/05/11/editorial/letters.HTML i came to Oahu from living in military bases in japan, i had never felt racism until I got here. I am not a person who is racist, or an instigator, but I have received much racism and more than just words to express their hate of "haole"s.
Answer: The answer is probably as simple as the fact that all companies switched over to fiber optic cables back in the mid-20th C., making all lines accessible to every company. This was because the law required larger companies to allow smaller ones to piggyback usage on their lines when putting up individual lines was cost prohibitive, or protection of the landscape forbade any extra cabling.
Answer: There is a company who supplies information to insurance companies called CLUE. This company gives insurance companies information on losses paid by all insurance companies and what type and amount of the claim was paid. CLUE also supplies companies with a variety of information. It gives information like people who had auto insurance at the same address as you have and people who were listed on insurance policies of you in the past like other household members or drivers.
Answer: Oahu contains at least 10 different and distinct volcanoes. Diamond Head is well known by Honolulu visitors and some people even recognize the National Cemetery of the Pacific or the Punchbowl as a volcanic crater. A drive around the Island is required to spot some of the others. Koko Head and Koko Crater are easily defined from the air as is Salt Lake.
Answer: It entirely depends on when you are traveling (high/low season), if you got a good deal, how far you booked it in advance, if your ticket was round-trip or one-way, and what airline you chose. Most airlines offer deals during different travel times, especially if it is not peak season. If you wanted to go to Oahu in January, the flights would generally be between $300 and $500. Try checking travel sites that offer "low-fare" calendars.
Bing.com/travel cheaptickets.com alaskaairlines.com (yes, they fly to Hawaii) hotwire.com expedia.com travelocity.com priceline.com