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Some things from Pokemon Sun and Moon that crack me up and make me happy, from an Islander point of view..

(Spoiler warning? Also this is not meant to be offensive in anyway, I love the stereotypes in the game I think they are on point)

-Kukui calling you cousin
-Hau calling your mom Auntie and saying, “Aue!”
-Lunalas call being “Mahina” and Solgaleos call being “La”, which just translates to moon and sun
-The Islands and places being actual Hawaiian words instead of some made up weird gibber jabber.
-Kahili being a golfer.
-Mount Lanakila translating to Victory Mountain, which is cool because in previous games there was Victory road.
-Kiawes fire dancing.. And the fire dancing Marowaks

Laucala Island - Fiji

3200 acres of unspoiled nature make up the private Laucala Island Resort. The island has 25 villas, some overwater, and some on the hilltop, carved into the volcanic cliffs. Tennis, yoga and fishing are available on the island, in addition to a stable full of trained horses & quad-bikes that you can use to explore the island. There is also a private 18 hole golf course.

The island’s restaurants use produce grown on the island itself.

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~Rosalina, guardian of the cosmos, mother of the stars~

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The New Exclusive Place To Stay On Kauai

In Kauai, the 700 acres on the North Coast, the former Kahu Aina plantation, that Mark Zuckerberg recently bought for a reported $100 million will remain private but on other land, the Discovery Land Company is planning the Hanalei Beach & Golf Club on 8000 acres on the island’s North Coast and Timbers Resorts is transforming a 450 acre stretch with knockout views of the mountains and the ocean into a combination private residence club/hotel/Jack Nicklaus golf course development, Hokuala, slated to open in 2017.

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Made in the Shades at Fiji’s Ultra-Luxurious Vatuvara Resort

Guests can snorkel in the colored coral reef or go after marlin, tuna and wahoo in the resort’s 36-foot trawler. You can also play a few holes of golf on the island’s small course, get a Fijian massage or laze in the hammocks near the beaches or by Jim’s Bar & Grill, one of the two bures (or huts) used for meals if you don’t dine on your own deck. Read more >