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Ken Kauai – Hawaiian Fact or Folklore ?

Ken lived for the waves. Growing up on the shores of Kauai, he was as much a part of the ocean as the salt in the air. At sixteen, he was a seasoned surfer, riding the waves with a confidence that came from years of practice and a deep respect for the water. One summer afternoon, as the sun painted the sky in hues of orange and pink, Ken paddled out to catch the evening swells. The waves were high and spirited, but to Ken, they were an old friend.…

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Duke Kahanamoku – Hawaii Legend

Duke Paoa Kahinu Mokoe Hulikohola Kahanamoku, known widely as Duke Kahanamoku, was born on August 24, 1890, in Honolulu, Hawaii, during the Kingdom of Hawaii era. He became a legendary figure not just in Hawaiian history but also in global sports and cultural heritage. Duke’s life was deeply tied to the ocean. Growing up near Waikiki Beach, he developed a profound connection to the water at an early age. His father was a policeman and his mother, a descendant of Hawaiian royalty, instilled in him a deep appreciation for his…

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