<p class="p1">Honolulu native George Kam paddles an outrigger canoe off of Waikiki Beach and broad-shouldered Diamond Head crater, two Honolulu landmarks.</p> <p class="p3">Read more in "Aloha, Honolulu" in the December 2013/January 2014 issue of <i>National Geographic Traveler</i> (<a href="https://secure.customersvc.com/servlet/Show?WESPAGE=OrderPages/tr/1304/order_15A1.jsp&amp;MSRSMAG=TR&amp;EK1=TRAJ">subscribe here</a>).</p>

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Honolulu native George Kam paddles an outrigger canoe off of Waikiki Beach and broad-shouldered Diamond Head crater, two Honolulu landmarks.

Read more in "Aloha, Honolulu" in the December 2013/January 2014 issue of National Geographic Traveler (subscribe here).

Photograph by Susan Seubert

Honolulu, Hawaii

Beyond the mai-tais and tiki torches lies a true-blue—and truly global—American city.

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