Inner tubing tour through the canals and tunnels of an old sugar plantation in Hawaii
tubing tour through the canals and tunnels of an old sugar plantation in Hawaii
Inner tubing tour through the canals and tunnels of an old Hawaiian sugar plantation. >> WOW! What fun! Ineed to do this!
I want to do this!!!! Hawaii! Kauai, Hawaii: Spend an afternoon floating past sugar canes, tropical flowers, and through tunnels at the Lihue Plantation .... Someday
Meet the Maui 18th hole view. This property has not just views of sunset and the Outer Islands but the Plantation Golf Course at Kapalua, launch site for the PGA Tour each January. Location: Lahaina, Hawaii. Price: 8.4 million dollars. Bedrooms: 5. Bathrooms: 6. Square footage: 7,645. The property is being sold as furnished and it has plenty of covered terrace space blending the indoors with outdoors, as well as a glass-front wine cellar and automated lighting and sound systems.
Jack Daniel’s No. 27 Gold is an exquisitely refined and finished expression of our original Old No. 7 Tennessee Whiskey. As the No. 27 designation suggests, Jack Daniel’s Gold has been double barreled and double mellowed. Extra matured in golden-hued maple barrels and twice mellowed through sugar maple charcoal, Jack Daniel’s Gold offers warm hints of rich maple and an exceedingly smooth finish. Jack Daniel’s Gold is 40% alc/vol (80 proof).
Miss Sallie Currier, Houlgate, Normandy, 1912 by Helen Messinger Murdoch
Helen Messinger Murdoch (1862 – 1956) was a remarkable woman – one of the earliest colour photographers and one of the first female aviators.
Murdoch joined The Royal Photographic Society in 1911, becoming a fellow of the society the following year. A frequent visitor to Europe she showed her work at a number of venues, including the Wigmore Street Gallery and the Halcyon Women’s Club. In October 1913 she gave a talk illustrated with her lantern slides to a packed meeting of the Royal Photographic Society.
Later that year, aged 51, Murdoch decided to embark on a round the world tour – the first woman photographer to undertake such a challenging journey. She travelled through France to Egypt and then on to Palestine, India, Burma, Ceylon, Hong Kong, China, Japan, the Philippines, Hawaii, Honolulu, San Francisco, San Diego and overland to Boston, arriving home in 1915.
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