Topics: Hawaii, Volcano, United States Pages: 2 (527 words) Published: April 7, 2013
Jacqueline Lerma
D. Parsons
English 50
February 12, 2013

The 50th state to be last admitted to the union and the most isolated population on the face of the earth to be manifest is Hawaii. Occasionally called “The Big State” for being nearly twice as big as the other Hawaiian Islands blended. Hawaii offers more than just a stunning beauty of views. Over the past seventy million years the chain of volcanoes have rapidly grew; some are still active and some are underneath of the state that cannot reach sea level. On an exact percentage, Hawaii is 100% composed of islands and surrounded by water. It has assembled to have the state filled with Pacific Islanders. Therefore, the best state to live in Hawaii account of its tropical beaches, admirable attractions, and its dieting cuisine.

When you think of tropical beaches, Hawaii is the frequent place to think of. With highly number of beaches throughout the state, its runs through a clear water view. The weather is a hot year-round; the highest temperature is 80-90 degree. The sand is a rich light brown consisting of cleanness. With 130 miles of coastline, Maui has the most tourist beaches, runs through 30 miles of beautiful beaches. On this shore, you’ll find black, red and white sand. Besides, the beautiful viewing of the beaches and being able to swim. Snorkeling, sunbathe, and surfing are open to on most beaches. The environment that the Hawaiians holds pays off with the nearly unparalleled air and water quality.

On December 7, 1941, a surprising military strike by the Japanese navy attacking the naval base against United States at Pearl Harbor. The bomb scare location became a memorable destination to many. Tourist around the world, get on board to get to the island Oahu. The black lava fields of south Kona of Puuhonua o Honaunau is a national historical park with temples, wooden statues, and ponds demonstrating the ancient life of Hawaii. Besides the historical places, Hawaii always provides with...
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