They smiled and worked their magic. Simple magic of great proportions.
We inherited their world. Their wonders. Their beauty. And yet, we thought they abandon us. But, in truth, they never left.
Today, you can still hear them. Just be quiet, lending your ears to the wind at sunset. And when the sun goes down, turning the ocean into a pool of gold, you'll hear them laugh.
In Hawaiian mythology, the Menehune are said to be an ancient race of people small in stature and of very dark skin, who lived in Hawaii before the first settlers arrived from Polynesia.
When the first Polynesian arrived on the Hawaiian shores they found monumental structures –fish ponds, heiau (temples), and dams.
Some scholars have attributed these ancient struct...
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