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No Bananas on Board: 5 Hawaiian Superstitions

No Bananas on Board: 5 Hawaiian Superstitions March 9, 2010 | Culture/History, Hawaii | Read More
All islanders are proud of the multi-cultural society in Hawaii. The blending of many ethnicities in the islands has created a tolerance and respect for each cultures’ uniqueness, and the utmost respect for the Hawaiian host culture and its superstitions. Read on for a few examples of the more...

Photo Friday: Rock of Love

Photo Friday: Rock of Love January 2, 2009 | Cabo San Lucas, Photo Friday | Read More
In what NileGuide destination was this photo taken? UPDATE 1/5: The photo was taken in Cabo San Lucas.  Just off of Playa del Amante (aka Lover’s Beach), these rock formations, known as Land’s End, have been shaped by wind and sea.  During low tide you can walk from the beach. (See more...
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