By John Penisten
Written by way of a resident, this can be a consultant to adventurous objectives in Hawaii, describing the simplest diving, hiking, cruising, kayaking, purchasing and different points of interest.
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Char siu - Chinese-style sweet flavored roast pork. Coconut milk - rich, creamy liquid squeezed from grated coconut, available fresh, frozen or canned. Dim sum - Chinese-style steamed or fried dumplings with various fillings. Furikake - Japanese condiment of dried seaweed flakes and sesame seeds. Ginger - spicy, pungent root used for flavoring. Haupia - Hawaiian coconut pudding. Hawaiian red chile pepper - small, very hot chile pepper grown and used in Hawai`i to add spice flavoring. Hawaiian salt - white or pinkish coarse sea salt traditionally harvested on Kaua`i Island.
Any other special clothing and/or gear necessary for activities you plan to participate in should be brought with you. Most tour operators or outfitters will provide any special clothing or gear necessary for their activity. Driving & Road Conditions There is a comprehensive highway, road and street system linking all regions of each major island. The highways essentially encircle the islands. Roads and highways are maintained by either the island county or the State of Hawai`i. Honolulu on O`ahu is the only area with a multi-lane freeway system, but it is limited mostly to the densely populated central island region.
Opakapaka - Hawaiian name for pink or ruby snapper fish. Opihi - limpet shellfish which grows on rocks along shorelines; considered a delicacy for Hawaiian luaus and eaten raw. Pinacbet - Filipino mixed vegetable dish. Pipikaula - Hawaiian beef jerky. Poi - a starchy, purplish-gray paste akin to mashed potatoes and made from cooked taro root, a staple of the Hawaiian luau. Poke - Hawaiian word for “slice,” referring to traditional Hawaiian-style sliced raw seafood such as ahi tuna, squid or octopus with fresh seaweed, Hawaiian salt and red chile peppers; usually eaten as an appetizer.