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Tamanu oil Benefits: The Miracle oil From the East

Tamanu oil Benefits: The Miracle oil From the East. Tamanu oil, derived from the nuts of the tamanu tree (scientific name: Calophyllum inophyllum), has been used by traditional folk medicine practitioners for many years. Today people use it to treat a wide range of skin and hair conditions (including acne) and also as an important daily dietary supplement.
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What’s New at Disney World’s Hotels: A Polynesian 50th Anniversary Collection and Tommy Bahama Shirts

It’s been A WEEK at Disney World, and we’ve been running around trying to put Disney Genie through its paces!. We want to make sure we have ALL the information you’ll need to use the service for your next Disney World trip, so be sure to read our posts on it! And in the meantime, we’ve also been visiting Disney World’s hotels to see what’s new with them.
BEAUTY & FASHION
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The Rapa Nui people vote if Easter Island reopens to tourism after the pandemic

3,700 km west of the coast of Chile, in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, the Polynesian people of Rapa Nui vote this Sunday whether or not to open Easter Island to tourism after being isolated for more than a year and a half by the pandemic. The island territory...
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Inside the Magic

‘Ohana’s Famous Noodles ‘Lost’ In Incident At Disney Restaurant

We’ve all gone ‘coconuts’ to see Disney dining favorites return to Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resort since the pandemic closed them for lengthy periods. Back in July, Disney Guests were thrilled to see the fan-favorite dining option ‘Ohana reopen at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort after COVID-19. We were drooling to taste the family-style menu once again, with the potstickers, bread pudding, and amazing yakisoba noodles all returning to our lives.
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fancynancista.com

Hotel Review – Fairmont San Francisco

After visiting Napa Valley, CA, we spent a few days in San Francisco. Having visited three times, I have been able to get a taste of what the city has to offer. We stayed at the Fairmont San Francisco, located in Nob Hill, for two days. The Fairmont San Francisco...

TOUR the Monorail FULL Loop & SEE the NEW Polynesian Resort Updates

Love the Disney Polynesian Resort? Curious about the UPDATES, Construction? Monorail Station? Join Mermaid Nina as she Visits Disney World and Explores Disney Polynesian Resort. Take a Ride on the Monorail and SEE all the NEW Disney Polynesian Resort Construction Update. SEE the NEW Monorail Station, TOUR the Great Ceremonial House and Gift Shop. SEE the UPDATED Lobby Entrance and Renovation (can you say Waterfalls?). Nina LOVES to Shop so as she TOURS the Grand Ceremonial House (Lobby), SEE the Disney Polynesian Resort Gift Shop Tour too. In this Disney Polynesian Resort Tour Video you will also SEE some Polynesian Dining, Ohana & Kona Cafe. Gotta love this Disney Polynesian Resort Walkthrough TOUR! Make sure to check out her Disney Polynesian Resort ROOM Tour Video too. STAY TUNED for more Videos and SEE what its like visiting Disney World RIGHT NOW. Is it Safe? SEE how many people were in the parks. SEE what it was REALLY like. AND Make sure to FOLLOW Along!
case.edu

Film Showing: Moana (2016)

Members of the Case Western Reserve University community and the general public are invited to the CWRU Film Society‘s showing of Disney’s Moana (2016) Friday, Oct. 22 in Strosacker Auditorium. The showtimes will be at 7 p.m., 9:30 p.m. and 11:59 p.m. Admission is $4, and concessions are available for...

Why Easter Island Has No Trees

Easter Island, per Britannica, is a lonely, beautiful place in the Pacific Ocean, located 2,200 miles from the coast of Chile. It's home to the rather sizable Mount Terevaka, and is also known as Te Pito te Henua, or the Navel of the World. The island has a modest and largely Polynesian population, but it's best known for some of its other residents: the iconic and mysterious Easter Island heads.
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Napili Surprise – Our New Favorites

We have always stayed in Kihei when visiting Maui. Kihei is in the southern part of the island, with a dry and almost desert like climate. But this time we are house sitting for our friends, and are finding we are loving the west side and the experience of many new things. Although I have spent so much time on the island of Maui, it never ceases to surprise me! Here are some thoughts – Napili Surprise Our New Favorites.
palm.luxury

Beauty and Batik

Yvonne Cheng’s artistry in Honolulu has many chapters. The 79-year-old artist is known best for her large-scale paintings of Polynesian women, some that have been rendered into public mosaic murals across the islands and purchased for private collections. But her career is also full of surprises, with projects including stained glass for a chapel at the Grand Wailea resort on Maui, textiles for Kahala Sportswear, and interior design for a local CEO’s offices and private jet.
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Poll: Which DVC Resort is the best?

Its been a little while since we’ve asked the age-old question of what Disney Vacation Club resort is the best. Cast your vote below for the best DVC Resort and stay tuned in the coming weeks as we share the results. Also, leave a comment below arguing your case for the best Disney Vacation Club property!
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UH’s Vince Manuwai among finalists for the Polynesian Football Hall of Fame Class of 2022

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - The Polynesian Football Hall of Fame announced their eight finalists for induction into the Polynesian Football Hall of Fame Class of 2022 on Friday morning. Selected from a field of over 100 nominees by the Polynesian Football Hall of Fame Selection Committee which includes former NFL Players...
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Wyoming’s Malcom Floyd One of Eight Finalists for Polynesian Football HOF

The Polynesian Football Hall of Fame announced today eight Finalists who will be on the ballot for induction into the Polynesian Football Hall of Fame Class of 2022. One of those eight finalists is former Wyoming Cowboy wide receiver Malcom Floyd. Floyd played for the Cowboys from 2000-03. He ranks No. 6 in career receptions in Wyoming history with 186, ranks No. 8 in career receiving yards (2,411) and ranks No. 8 in career receiving touchdowns (14). Floyd went on to spend 12 seasons (2004-15) in the NFL — all with the San Diego Chargers. He ended his NFL career having played in 121 games, catching 321 passes for 5,550 yards and scoring 34 touchdowns.