Hawaii souvenir


Hawaii souvenir

Oh, Hawaii is the perfect vacation spot for almost everyone, and what Hawaii vacation would be complete without souvenirs? While on vacation you will find many opportunities to pick up souvenirs to bring home for your loved ones.

Hilo Hattie is a large souvenir shop. Unlike its name, it doesn't exist in Hilo. This is a large chain store that has several locations on almost all islands. Hilo Hattie is famous for all kinds of souvenirs, but its ultimate glory is of course the Hawaiian shirt. Every tourist needs a Hawaiian shirt. You will also find other stapes, like macadamia nuts coated in homemade chocolate. This is sure to please every grandmother. They also have a variety of hula dancing dolls, perfect for your brother-in-law.
Hawaii souvenir
Hawaii souvenir
They have a standard dashboard board version, as well as world-famous hula lights. I was surprised at the extreme variations available in hula lamps. You can find inexpensive plastic hula lamps for only about thirty dollars; and more classy crafts (if there are creations) hula lamps that can reach two hundred dollars.

Perhaps the cheapest souvenir, in my opinion, is real living coconut. You really can send native coconuts back to the Americas. Usually it costs around thirty dollars. I say, save your money, I'd rather have a hula dancer dash board. Coconut is not the only living thing that is often sent from Hawaii as a souvenir. The live lei industry is very profitable in Hawaii. You can ask for fresh lei flowers to be sent back to grandma to be used with the macadamia nuts.

The Tiki statues are another popular souvenir of Hawaii. Hawaiian legend tells of the ancients, who brought a Tiki statue with them naturally, an immediate fortune. Today, you can find these statues anywhere. My favorite is the tiki statue which functions as a bottle opener. You can get lucky while drinking beer.

Ukuleles are popular Hawaiian souvenirs. This is a mini guitar that has been prevalent in Hawaii since ancient times. Again, just like a hula lamp, you can spend anywhere from around thirty dollars and go up (really up). Some of these Ukuleles are actually worth thousands of dollars. The ukulele actually means "flea jump" in Hawaiian. This refers to the way the player plucked the strings.

There are many different gift shops on all islands where you choose a gift. Besides Hilo Hattie, there is an old stand near the ABC store. This is not the type of ABC store that you think on the mainland. It really is like a shop that was formed into a gift shop. They are on almost every corner in Honolulu. Another place for cheap souvenirs is the flea market on Oahu. It is located in the parking lot of a stadium on the north side of Oahu. Here you can find everything from loose wallets to hand-carved tiki statues. Whatever you are looking for, Hawaii will be fun.

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