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Hawaii Rubber Stamps and Self-Inking Stamps
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Hawaii - Rubber Stamp and Custom Stamps
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The Pacific island chain of Hawaii feels a world apart from the rest of the United States. Its warm tropical climate, abundant public beaches, and diverse plant and animal life make it a paradise for tourists, and its active volcanoes and vibrant indigenous culture lend it an exotic air. Nearly a quarter of the state's GDP comes from tourism. Other revenue sources include US military installations and agricultural products like coffee, macadamia nuts, pineapple, and sugarcane.
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Due to the great distance between Hawaii and the mainland, Hawaii's trading abilities are limited and the cost of living is high. One of the great pleasures of visiting Hawaii is experiencing local culture through luaus, hula performances, and cliff diving ceremonies. Hawaiian folklore, language, and history are also fascinating and can be explored at the Bishop Museum and Iolani Palace in Honolulu.
Visitors should make a point of sampling the local food staple, poi, at least once during their stay in the islands. Waves of Asian immigrants have settled in Hawaii over the years, and their influence in food and culture is obvious. They even helped invent a new language, Hawaiian Pidgin. The Lahaina Historic Trail is a good place to learn about the contributions of Hawaii's immigrant groups, as well as the state's whaling and sugar plantation history. The natural beauty of Hawaii is undeniable. Though spectacular scenery and pristine beaches can be found almost anywhere in the islands, some of the most famous sites are Diamond Head State Monument, Waimea Canyon, Waikiki Beach, Punaluu Beach, and Volcanoes National Park.