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Hawaii

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Lina Larsson

on 20 November 2013

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Transcript of Hawaii

Capital: Honolulu
Offical languages: English, Hawaiian
Area: 28 311 km²
Population: 1,4 millions
Religion: Christianty 29 %, Buddhism 9 %
Hawaii - the Aloha state
Facts
Sights
Pearl Harbour
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
Swim with dolphins
"Whale Safari" in Januari - Mars
Coffee plantation
Nature, beaches and coral reefs
Food
Sports
Education
Loco Moco
- white rice, hamburger, fried egg, brown gravy
Lau lau
- streamed fish and pork wrapped in taro leaves and a ti leaf
Surfing
American football
Golf
Hula hula dance
The main islands of Hawaii
Landscape
Climate
Tropical climate
Many differences
Time to visit
Geologically the oldest of the islands
1456 km²
Emerald valleys, waterfalls, beaches, sharp mountains and jagged cliffs
Waimea Canyon
Kauai
Oahu
Maui
Hawaii (Big Island)
1545 km²
The clear blue waters of Kailua Beach meet the metropolitan cityscapes of Honolulu
Pearl Harbour
Waikiki
1883 km²
The crater Haleakalā, 3055m
Molokini
The youngest of the islands
10 432 km²
Manua Kea, 4207m
Kilauea, one of the worlds most active volcanoes
Resorts, golf courses, towns, historocal sites
Music / famous people
Statewide school system
Department of education
Low results
Kamakawio'ole
Aloha!
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