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Living on Hawaii's Big Island – just a dream or legend for a Mermaid?

Is Big Island real estate ever there in her mind? This is the American dream and the dream of people from other countries, such as Japan, China and Europe.

Many who live in Hawaii somewhere else often tell stories to get out of the airplane and have a strange feeling that they've always been there. The islands are welcomed with a warm aloha embrace. Some say that the islands are in another life. There is a strange mystic and spell on the islands where it is not elsewhere.

Hawaii is known as the Big Island. Each island is considered a county seat, such as the Big Island or Hawaii County, such as Kauai, Oahu, Maui, Molokai and Lanai. Hawaii claims that the second largest population of the population is about 158,000. The island's Kona is quite dry, averaging 72 degrees in winter, and 82 degrees in summer. The east side, known to locals as the Hilo site, has more rain and more and more rainfall is getting cooler and greener.

Big Island is a dramatic sight along the lush and beautiful Hilo Coastline. Hawaii is an exploratory dream of two active volcanoes, Kilauea and Mauna Loa and three sleeping volcanoes, Kohala, Manuna Kea and Hualalai, geological fans. Hawaiian legends tell about Pele, the goddess of the volcano Kilauea, for a unique world of artists, dreamers and writers. Many hula and Hawaiian chanting often express Pele in their explicit message. The legends of the mermaids were born here.

Wonderfully, Hilo has a snowshoe on Mauna Kea on snow-covered mountains! Ski on the Big Island, not just surfing. While there are no ski lifts, locals and visitors make skis at different times of the year.

Mauna Kea is actually the highest mountain in the world, even higher than Mt. Everest! Measured from the ocean to the highest peak, Mauna Kea is 150 miles and has an area of ​​4,028.0 square kilometers (10,432.5 km), which accounts for 62% of the total Hawaiian islands. Mauna Kea has the best terrestrial astronomical observations. Hawaii is truly a starlight dream.

Other attractions on the Hilo side of the Great Island include Hawaiian University of Hawaii, the Hawaiian Community College, the Merrie Monarch Festival, a weeklong celebration of ancient and modern hula. Hilo International Airport serves.

So here is Hawaii, the spell's land, the dreams and legends of mermaids, seamen and sea commanders, and maybe yours.

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