World History: November 28 1520 Under the command of Portuguese, explorer Ferdinand Magellan sailed from the Atlantic Ocean through the passage now known as the Straits of Magellan, entering the “Sea of the South” in search of an alternate route to the Spice Islands. 1837 John Wesley Hyatt born, he invented a water purifying system […]
World History: November 7 1872 The ship Mary Celeste sailed for Genoa from New York with a cargo of 1700 barrels of alcoholic spirits, later found abandoned near the Azores. 1950 Hawaii officially becomes the 50th state of the United States. 1996 The Distilled Spirits Council of the US votes to remove hard liquor ads […]
World History: September 27 1728 Captain James Cook born, the British explorer who charted many Pacific Islands, including the Sandwich Islands, better known as Hawaii. 1982 The population of China reaches 1 billion.
World History: August 26 1883 The volcanic island of Mount Krakatoa in Indonesia (Dutch Indies) began one of the most violent volcanic eruptions history. 1974 Charles Lindbergh, the first man to fly solo, across the Atlantic, dies at his home in Hawaii.
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World History: February 9 1922 Snow falls on the active volcano of Mauna Loa in Hawaii
Tiki Triangle Book —> CLICK HERE TO ORDER <— From the classic Mai Tai to the infamous Zombie, in this book you will find over 100 recipes including classic tiki cocktails, modern mixology techniques, and easy to prepare Asian and Polynesian foods. You will also discover details on how to recreate these classic drinks, complete […]
Mai-Kai Restaurant North Federal Highway – Fort Lauderdale, Florida For anyone that is a fan of Tiki, Polynesian Pop or even anything retro. This is a must visit over and under anything I am about to state here. If you are in the area, even for one night, you must visit. If you have the […]
Mojitos I love this place. It might not be true authentic tiki but it for sure is a kitschy place with a Caribbean feel overlooking the seaport. I know it is kind of redundant because we are in the Caribbean Island of Aruba, but this gives a modern feel. What was truly refreshing about this […]
Gilligan’s Island A 3-hour cruise turned out to be 3 short seasons of this Mid 1960s American television broadcast a sitcom. Of course there was Gilligan, the Skipper, the millionaire and his wife, a movie star, the professors and Mary Ann. This had tiki appeal because it was situated on a tropical island and you can often see the […]
Easter Island Easter Island is far off the coast of Chile, a South American country. The island is the southeastern most point of the Polynesian Triangle in Oceana. It is most famous for its huge statues known as Moai created by its native Rapa Nui people sometime around 1000 AD. Being one of the most remote inhabited […]