Users' questions

What do I do if I see night marchers?

What do I do if I see night marchers?

If you come across the Night Marchers in a procession, it’s advised not to interrupt them. It is also believed that you should never look at them directly or you might meet your doom from a single deadly glance. If seen, remain quiet with your eyes averted.

Will Hawaii change their travel restrictions?

Fully vaccinated domestic travelers can now bypass pre-travel testing and quarantine. On June 15, all restrictions on intercounty travel were lifted, meaning no pre-travel testing or quarantining is needed for travel between the Hawaiian islands.

Why is no one allowed on Niihau?

It Was Deemed The “Forbidden Island” Due To A Polio Epidemic. During a polio epidemic in the Hawaiian Islands in 1952, Niihau became known as the “Forbidden Island” since you had to have a doctor’s note to visit in order to prevent the spread of polio.

What do you do if you see a Hawaiian Night marcher?

What to do when happening upon a night march in progress? The ghostly procession must never be interrupted. Legend has it that resting your eyes upon the Night Marchers could signal a grim fate for the perpetrator, a friend or relative, so witnesses are urged to crouch low to the ground, “play dead” and avert the eyes.

What is the most forbidden place on earth?

Forbidden Places in The World

  • Lascaux Caves, France.
  • North Sentinel Island, India.
  • Surtsey Island, Iceland.
  • Ise Grand Shrine, Japan.
  • North Brother Island, United States Of America.
  • Dulce Base, United States Of America.
  • Tomb of Qin Shi Huang, China.
  • Doomsday Vault, Norway.

Is it OK to call a Hawaiian person the N-word?

Here’s the deal, it’s about as acceptable for a mainlander to use Hawaiian words as it is for a white person to call a black person the N-word. You don’t know what you’re saying; you don’t know how to say it; and you have no right to appropriate another culture’s language.

What’s the Hawaiian phrase for sometimes just be l’dat?

“Sometimes it just be l’dat.” A Hawaiian word for thanks, gratitude or to thank. “Mahalo for the mangos!” Hawaiian phrase for oceanside, or near the ocean. Used in collaboration with the word “mauka” (see below) to give directions.

What are some Hawaiian and Pidgin phrases to know?

38 Hawaiian and Pidgin Phrases Every Visitor Needs to Know. 1 B-52 Bombah. Roaches, specifically the big kind that can fly. “Grab my slippah, I gotta kill one B-52 bombah!”. 2 Bumbai (bum-bye) 3 Brah. A casual way to refer to somebody, short for brother or braddah. “Brah, you get the time? 4 Broke Da Mouth. 5 Chicken Skin.