Geologically the oldest and the fourth largest island in the Hawaiian archipelago, the island covers roughly 550 square miles of the Earth’s surface. It is home to just over 60,000 people, and is a culturally complex island community due to its complicated history.
According to folklore, Kauai–Kamawaelualanimoku—was born of Papa (the earth mother) and Wakea (the sky father).
Why Expose Kauai?
BECAUSE! Well, it’s nice to know why popcorn pops, so to speak. But really, curiosity deserves to be satisfied with investigation. I’ll leave the complicated stuff to Joan, while I do the mundane stuff that readers want to know about.
Want to Expose Something or Someone?
Nothing slanderous or libelous. But if you want to know why things are the way they are on Kauai, let me know! I’ll try to find the answer for you, but be forewarned: I work on it when I want. If you have a business, product, or service that you would want Kauai to know about, I can come and talk stories with you and feature you here, too! Write to me: firstname.lastname@example.org or snail mail (the USPS needs your support!)
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