We learned so much history and ghost facts! Our tour guide, Hope, was very knowledgeable and was gre...
Hope (?) was phenomenal!!! She was so informed and confident in her story telling. Some portions wer...
Being chill is practically a religion here, even more so on a ghost tour, if you spot a Night Walker, or the beast with red eyes, keep cool, avert your eyes and try to signal the group.
Mahalo, thank you in Hawaiian, it the key phrase to remember, ghosts, locals and everyone in between loves to hear it.
The ghosts of Hawaii have been here for hundreds of years, they don’t tend to pay much attention to us modern interlopers. We find it best to stay out of their way too.
For a volcanic island Honolulu is remarkably flat, so staying out of trouble should be a breeze, like the cool one that comes off the sea at night. Stay together, stay ho’omaha (relaxed)
The islands are almost entirely made of basalt lava, and it gets slippery when it rains, which it does, sometimes. Stay upright and we will all be safe.