“Let’s wonder where the WIFI is WEAK.” Let us discuss about Hawaiian Islands.

“Let’s wonder where the WIFI is WEAK.” Let us discuss about Hawaiian Islands.

Updated on November 12, 2021 07:27 AM by Dhinesh

One of the pleasures of visiting our islands is discovering the many little facts about Hawaii that make this place so different from anywhere else. Of course, there is the obvious; we have beautiful weather here year-round, and the Hawaiian culture is completely unique in the world.

But we also have to share quirky traditions, “unspoken” rules of acceptable behavior, and unusual factoids that are simply part of our daily life in Hawaii. Here are some more interesting facts about Hawaii that maybe you didn’t know—some apply to all the islands and some to Maui alone.

We have haze instead of smog

Islands skies are unpolluted for the most part, we have no smog. But we do get haze, the volcanic haze from the Kilauea volcano that has been erupting on and off since 1983 on the islands of Hawaii. The haze occasionally blows to other islands.

It’s not dangerous, although heavy haze can be uncomfortable for people with asthma or respiratory issues. On Maui, haze skies make for beautiful sunsets and moonrises, magnifying the sun and moon and making them look huge and orange.

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Have you heard about 12 letters in Hawaiian!!!

When traveling to Hawaii for the first time, some of the street names are super long and can be a bit overwhelming. And GPS always pronounces them incorrectly.

So, it’s kind of fascinating that while some of the words are really long, the Hawaiian language actually only has 12 letters. Vowels: A,E,I,O,U  Consonants: H,K,L,M,N,P,W.

Is this island is famous for coffee!

One of the best things to drink in Hawaii is the famous Kona coffee from the Big Island. But, there are also coffee farms on Kauai, Maui, and Oahu. That’s because Hawaii has the perfect tropical climate for growing coffee. Plus, it’s got rich in soil.

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None of the buildings is tall than a palm tree

I think that one of the most interesting facts about Kauai is something I learned as a kid. By law, no building can be taller than a palm tree, which has about 4 stories tall. But because of this law, Kauai has reminded a true paradise that isn’t over by skyscrapers. In addition, Kauai doesn’t have a freeway and the maximum speed limit is just 50 MPH.

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Temperature records

The highest recorded temperature on the Big Islands was 100 degrees Fahrenheit and occurred on April 27, 1931, in the town of Pahala. The lowest recorded temperature occurred on May 17, 1979 close to the Mauna Kea’s summit, and it was recorded at 12 degrees Fahrenheit.

Say no to Plastic Bags!!!

Although the rest of the United States is finally catching on, Hawaii was ahead of the game in banning plastic bags and other plastic items. This ruling shouldn’t come as a surprise, though, as the Hawaiian Islands have a firsthand view of how plastics and other harmful materials affect our oceans and marine life.

If you are terrified of snakes, Hawaii is the best state for you. The Islands do not have any native Snake species and it is illegal to own one as a pet. The only exception is those in a safe contained a zoo.

 I hope that you can get some of those interesting points, climatic changes, and facts about the Hawaiian Islands.

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